After Metronome, Tarsier switched its attention to creating costumes, objects and decorations for Media Molecule’s LittleBigPlanet series – including the second game’s DC Comics Pack – and established a relationship that would continue through to the Sumo-created third game. It also worked with Double Eleven to develop LittleBigPlanet Vita (“It’s surprisingly hard to type ‘ Little Nightmares’ after working for eight years on
LittleBigPlanet,” Larsson says) and directly with Media Molecule on Tearaway Unfolded. Back in 2009, the studio produced a tech demo for Ageia called Desert Diner, which was created to showcase the now Nvidia-owned company’s PhysX engine. In the same year Tarsier cemented its relationship with Sony Interactive Entertainment (then Sony Computer Entertainment) when it built a PSN version of Mark Healey’s physics brawler RagDollKung
Fu, subtitled Fists Of Plastic.