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  1. The fine folks at Robot Loves Kitty found themselves in a bit of a bind recently. For the past few years, they'd been working on a game called Upsilon Circuit, a crazy mixture of game show, RPG, and online multiplayer. The studio consists of the self-taught indie duo Alix Stolzer and Calvin Goble. The scope of Upsilon Circuit and grew to the extent that it required more members on the team than Stolzer and Goble, so the team hired additional staff. Unfortunately, the funding source that they tapped into to hire those team members pulled out before the game was ready to be done. As part of the cancellation announcement, Robot Loves Kitty put out a statement saying, “We just wanted to make this game we were both so passionate about, and we were sacrificing so much to do it. When things fell apart it left both of us feeling overwhelmingly sad, angry, ashamed, and depressed.” The lack of funding brought the entire project to a screeching halt. As of right now, the quirky indie dream that was Upsilon Circuit is no more and the gaming landscape is poorer of the loss. That being said, Robot Loves Kitty has a new project on the horizon called Super Tony Land! The indie game thumbs its nose at the Super Mario Bros. series in an adventure starring Tony, a plumber from Brooklyn who finds himself in the world of video games. Players can build their own levels, share them via Steam Workshop, and even create entire story lines! The tool set being used to give players the power of creation is called Tronics, a visual programming language that can be used to make functional robots, ships, clockwork contraptions, or even dialogue trees. It opens up some really interesting possibilities that allow for never before seen mechanics, stories, and characters. Players will also be able to make use of power-ups and a character creator to really bring their world to life. Super Tony Land should be available on PC Spring 2018.
  2. The fine folks at Robot Loves Kitty found themselves in a bit of a bind recently. For the past few years, they'd been working on a game called Upsilon Circuit, a crazy mixture of game show, RPG, and online multiplayer. The studio consists of the self-taught indie duo Alix Stolzer and Calvin Goble. The scope of Upsilon Circuit and grew to the extent that it required more members on the team than Stolzer and Goble, so the team hired additional staff. Unfortunately, the funding source that they tapped into to hire those team members pulled out before the game was ready to be done. As part of the cancellation announcement, Robot Loves Kitty put out a statement saying, “We just wanted to make this game we were both so passionate about, and we were sacrificing so much to do it. When things fell apart it left both of us feeling overwhelmingly sad, angry, ashamed, and depressed.” The lack of funding brought the entire project to a screeching halt. As of right now, the quirky indie dream that was Upsilon Circuit is no more and the gaming landscape is poorer of the loss. That being said, Robot Loves Kitty has a new project on the horizon called Super Tony Land! The indie game thumbs its nose at the Super Mario Bros. series in an adventure starring Tony, a plumber from Brooklyn who finds himself in the world of video games. Players can build their own levels, share them via Steam Workshop, and even create entire story lines! The tool set being used to give players the power of creation is called Tronics, a visual programming language that can be used to make functional robots, ships, clockwork contraptions, or even dialogue trees. It opens up some really interesting possibilities that allow for never before seen mechanics, stories, and characters. Players will also be able to make use of power-ups and a character creator to really bring their world to life. Super Tony Land should be available on PC Spring 2018. View full article
  3. The livestream show will be over fifteen hours long this year, featuring dozens of indie games that span varying degrees of recognizability. Hosted by indie developer Robot Loves Kitty, the team behind Legend of Dungeon and the upcoming Upsilon Circuit, expect the show to have numerous special guest streamers, plenty of gameplay from new indie titles, prize giveaways, and possibly a few reveals. The showcase will begin at 8am PDT on August 8. A few of the more prominent games that will be making an appearance: JotunWanderlust Adventures Yomi’s Gate Hacknet Lost Orbit Mushroom 11 Over a dozen other titles will be shown. For a full list of the games listed to make an appearance, check out the Supershow schedule. An aftershow stream featuring even more indie games will be hosted by the Main Menu Twitch team. You can tune into the stream on Robot Loves Kitty's Twitch channel. View full article
  4. The livestream show will be over fifteen hours long this year, featuring dozens of indie games that span varying degrees of recognizability. Hosted by indie developer Robot Loves Kitty, the team behind Legend of Dungeon and the upcoming Upsilon Circuit, expect the show to have numerous special guest streamers, plenty of gameplay from new indie titles, prize giveaways, and possibly a few reveals. The showcase will begin at 8am PDT on August 8. A few of the more prominent games that will be making an appearance: JotunWanderlust Adventures Yomi’s Gate Hacknet Lost Orbit Mushroom 11 Over a dozen other titles will be shown. For a full list of the games listed to make an appearance, check out the Supershow schedule. An aftershow stream featuring even more indie games will be hosted by the Main Menu Twitch team. You can tune into the stream on Robot Loves Kitty's Twitch channel.
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