Vlambeer, the indie studio behind beloved games such as Super Dog Crate Box, Nuclear Throne, and Absurd Fishing, is shutting down. “We had a beautiful run, made incredible games, and worked with fantastic people, however it is time for brand-new things,” the designer said.
Vlambeer has actually been especially singing on concerns of video game clones; Ismail is a well-known advocate within the neighborhood for subjects like diversity and independent development. “It’s not an unfortunate day for us, but the delighted conclusion to a whirlwind decade filled with screenshake,” the developer stated in a follow-up tweet
We had a stunning run, made extraordinary games, and worked with incredible people, however it is time for new things. pic.twitter.com/jZ4dMGxNV2
— Vlambeer (@Vlambeer) September 1, 2020
The developer still means to launch its approaching arcade video game, Ultrabugs, and is presently holding a Steam sale in celebration of its decade of advancement. Eventually, he told the publication, ending after 10 years was “right” for the studio. “It’s a little overdramatic,” Ismail stated.