Tiny Bull Studios

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Tiny Bull Studios S.r.l.
Type Private
Industry Video games
Founded Turin, Italy (2013)
Area served
Key people
Matteo Lana
Rocco Luigi Tartaglia
ProductsSpace Connect
Omen Exitio: Plague
Website tinybullstudios.com

Tiny Bull Studios is an Italian video game developer based in Turin, Italy. The idea of Tiny Bull Studios was born in 2011 from the videogame passion of its two founders Matteo Lana (the boss) and Rocco Luigi Tartaglia. Tiny Bull Studios' first game, Space Connect, was released in May 2012. [1] [2] [3]


The company was founded on March 27, 2013 by Matteo Lana, Rocco Luigi Tartaglia, Simone Grosso and Arianna Ciardi.


The Chief Executive Officer is Matteo Lana and Rocco Luigi Tartaglia is the Chief Technology Officer. [4]

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  1. http://www.ninjamarketing.it/2012/07/01/ il-mobile-game-cresce-torino-con-tiny-bull-studios/ , Il mobile game cresce a Torino con Tiny Bull Studios, Ninjamarketing.it
  2. http://www.quotidianopiemontese.it/2012/12/05/tiny-bull-studios-e-la-startup-dellanno-di-treatabit/#_, Tiny Bull Studios è la startup dell’anno di Treatabit
  3. http://www.repubblicadeglistagisti.it/article/tiny-bull-studios-la-start-up-dellanno-dellincubatore-treatabit Tiny Bull Studios, la start-up dell'anno dell'incubatore Treatabit
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  9. http://viewconference.it/matteo-lana-and-rocco-luigi-tartaglia 2013 View Conference participation
  10. http://viewconference.it/e2012/?p=7328 2012 View Conference participation