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What 38 Studios did next - Fart Cat cooks up a stink on iOS

One bad kitty

Product: Fart Cat | Developer: Summer Camp Studios | Genre: Arcade
For: iPhone   Also on: iPad
 
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Remember 38 Studios?

Funded by baseball star Curt Schilling, it was going to make the biggest, baddest MMORPG ever.

To be fair, it did release Kingdoms of Amalur, but went very, very bust before its main project Project Copernicus got close to being finished.

So, if you were a developer at the now defunct 38 Studios, what would you do?

Personally, I'd go and work in a bank, but not so some braver souls, who have banded together to form Summer Camp Studios.

It's just released its first game. I kid you not, it's called Fart Cat.

If you smelt it...

"I have to tell you, it feels great to ship something after working on a game for over four years that nobody will ever get to play," comments co-founder Rich Gallup.

Obviously then, the game isn't something to be taken particularly seriously. You flick the correct type of food into the cat's mouth and went it's full, it farts.

Safe to say Fart Cat is unlikely to be winning awards for gameplay innovation, although the FartCraft bonus menu will provide the recipes for the 32 different farts Fart Cat can produce, so that's something. The art style's cool too. 

It's all yours, for lolz etc, priced 99c, €0.79 or 69p for iPhone and iPad.

 

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Jon Jordan 5 September 2012
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