All for nothing, for their own selfish enjoyment. Either way, both the Kickstarted videos and the game itself are now pulled. You are in a climate controlled space all winter, you have very limited comb to manage, and you will be fed and treated by the scientists if anything starts to go wrong. But game development rarely closes as dramatically as Ant Simulator did last weekend. Websites that frequently re-host viral news stories or contain misleading information are on.
Sugar is easy enough to find among the trash that humans litter on the ground. Get down their plate numbers and pursue them until they're fired and their life is ruined! Times seem bountiful, but watch the shadows. Sometimes the developers burn through the crowdfunding money too fast, or they don't properly evaluate the correct amount they needed for the project. He explains all this in a on the video itself. They committed what is called Breach of Good Faith and Fair Dealing as well as committing Breach of Fiduciary Duty. Because of this, he has to cancel the game as they will sue him if he attempts to finish the game without them. They are horrible human beings and they should be ashamed of themselves for doing something so stupid, shortsighted and dishonest.
Original Story Feb 1, 2016:Ah, indie game development. Normal: You are in a bee keeper's yard. Pursuing them in court is just keeping them in his life that much longer. Not necessarily, if he was partners with them, which he stated he was, he should be entitled to the value of his shares in the company. Besides, I'm really damn good at making games.
But underground we cannot live forever. This is nothing less than a betrayal. His ex-partners who wasted all the money behind his back said they'd sue him if he released Ant Simulator without them. The problem is that these guys covered their asses in the contract. The three had been friends for more than eleven years, but that relationship is now over. Funding seems to have been provided by a Kickstarter campaign for , independent Ant Simulator crowdfunding, and limited early access preorders.
I heard that he is looking for a way to refund thr money back to the backers. I just feel bad for people who crowdsourced the project. The only true wild west left. Food from the surface must be found and gathered to our underground hold. Not to mention the time it will consume and the ongoing, daily stress. Update: The opening paragraph of this article has been reworded for clarity.
Please note that some major news outlets have satirical sections, such as the Borowitz Report on the New Yorker, which are also not allowed. I just hope Eric can keep the ball rolling and move on to bigger and better things, and eventually get that big game release that he's been working towards for so long. I will make other games. It will be interesting to follow this story and see what happens next. Please consider submitting your article to or similar subreddits unless it truly reads like The Onion wrote it. He said he trusted them, signed a partnership agreement with them, and he had been friends with them for 11 years. If he really had a way to get them that would be one thing.
It was being produced by Eric Tereshinski — who also Kickstarted a YouTube series,, in 2014 — with the help of crowdfunded pre-orders. Your tiny mandibles loosen debris from the walls. If you're not going to the extreme to fix the wrong, you're an idiot. Personal attacks, racism, bigotry, homophobia, grandstanding, etc. I was afraid to go public with this information, but it's really good to be able to talk with everyone here again.
Swarming: You accompany your queen and half of your colony out onto a tree branch. Some people might think he'd be the one not honest. And thank you everyone tremendously for you support! Do it, dumb ass, lawyer up! He is also trying to find a way for people to get refunds, but that will probably take a while. Please do not post non-English articles. This is the reason it has become exceedingly clear to me that I cannot have my career associated with these guys. Which at this point given that there are no stocks to base said value upon, he should be entitled to damages due to their misuse of company funds. The end result is that all the kickstarter backers are out of a game.
Which is a shame - Ant Simulator's screenshots and videos looked gorgeous, and the concept could have made for a highly unique game. What do they get out of this threat? Maybe this all could have been avoided if he searched for people with more professionalism. If this project is worth saving, go find a corporate lawyer asap. No blocked or redirected links. When I it was because there was a cool video about lighting and pollen effects and suchlike that had caught my eye. Just a speculative hypothetical scenario, I don't know the details. I don't know the English word for it, but basically it means that he has no legal rights for the money.