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92 axed at game firm.

A COMPUTER games firm have crashed with the loss of 92 jobs.

Visual Science, of Dundee, were behind hits such as Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup and Medal Of Honor: Rising Sun.

But they have gone into administration after US publishers Vivendi Universal Games cancelled a major contract.

Managing director Tim Christian said: "Last year, we were one of the UK's fastest growing tech companies. Now the business has been destroyed.

"We've engaged US counsel and are in talks with Vivendi."
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Date:Feb 11, 2006
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