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It's a sad day for crowdfunded games; Ant Simulator has been canceled for a particularly terrible reason. 

After a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014, development of Eric Tereshinski's Ant Simulator game was underway under a company registered among his friends called ETeeski LLC. This weekend, Tereshinski resigned from his own company and canceled the game. Why? Because his "friends"/business partners had wasted the company's money on booze for "business meetings" and other less than professional expenses.

Tereshinski is not seeking legal action against his former friends because apparently,

...these guys covered their asses in the contract. They'll say the drinks were for business meetings, and they have the paperwork/minutes to prove they had meetings (even though I know they were bulls**t meetings). They went over the contract line by line with me and I reviewed the whole thing twice. I just didn't realize they had protected themselves, screwed me (like the fact that they listed themselves as consultants, so they aren't legally obligated to work on anything, but still have the rights to spend money ect.), and I had no idea what their plan was until it was too late.


A legal battle with them would likely be extremely expensive with a totally uncertain outcome for Tereshinski, so for the time being he's decided it isn't worth it, and is cancelling the game and providing refunds to folks who preordered.

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Journey back to the iconic Resident Evil 4 village and get a sneak peek at an the all new single player mode entitled 'The Experiment'.

Umbrella Corps is a new fast-paced third-person shooter set in the Resident Evil® universe. The competitive online game will feature quick, intense matches in compact battle zones themed from historic Resident Evil environments.
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If you've ever wished your Pokémon were less "cute fuzzy creatures" and more "scantily clad anime girls" (you know who you are), Pocket Master is the game for you:




The game apparently features evolution, so you can watch your barely covered babes turn into what I assume are even more scantily clad cuties. It's no Moemon, but it brings a kinda new gameplay style while you jouney to defeat the evil Mewtwo.

It's available for both iOS and Android. Play it while you can, probably!
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