Monument Valley developer ustwo games has appointed Dan Gray, formerly the studio's executive producer, as its new studio head.
The move, according to Gray, will allow the company to preserve the creative process that has served it so well while also enabling growth.
"After the amazing successes of Monument Valley and Land's End in the last two years, ustwo games has become an enchanting beast of a magnitude none of us could have predicted," said Gray, speaking to GamesIndustry.Biz.
"Because of this change, it's been essential that we get a little more structured with how we create, to make sure we preserve our unique way of working as we continue to grow."
Originally a self-styled 'digital product studio' that worked to design and build a variety of apps and digital services, game design was never ustwo's sole focus - with Whale Trail, Monument Valley, and now Land's End being the studio's only forays into game development thus far.
However, after the unbridled success of Monument Valley, which picked up a BAFTA to go along with its iPad Game of the Year win, Gray has explained the team wishes to remain committed to creating "platform-perfect entertainment with an attention to quality of design, and quality of experience."