Nuclear Throne, Ridiculous Fishing dev Vlambeer is shutting down

Vlambeer’s ten-year run is ending.

Vlambeer, the two-person improvement crew behind many indie hits on PC and cellular, is closing store. The developer introduced the information this week on Twitter, on the studio’s tenth anniversary no much less.

“We had an exquisite run, made unimaginable video games, and labored with superb individuals, however it’s time for brand spanking new issues,” the developer mentioned.

“It’s not a tragic day for us, however the completely satisfied conclusion to a whirlwind decade crammed with screenshake. It appears like we’ve achieved what we got down to do – as a studio, as a voice, and as people, and we’re extraordinarily grateful for these previous years.”

Vlambeer’s Rami Ismail and Jan Willem Nijman are behind such beloved video games as Nuclear Throne, Tremendous Crate Field, Luftrausers, and Ridiculous Fishing. Ismail has since went on to turn out to be one of many trade’s key spokespeople on indie improvement struggles, variety and the plague of sport clones. He typically travels the world lending a few of his knowledge and experience to budding sport builders.

The studio’s newest sport, Ultrabugs, continues to be in improvement, and Vlambeer promised to share extra information quickly. We performed it at PAX two years in the past, again when it was a prototype that didn’t actually have a public title. The developer additionally mentioned it’s “trying into choices for additional help for a few of our earlier video games.”

For those who’re inquisitive about Vlambeer’s work, the crew’s total PC catalogue is on sale on Steam.

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