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Submitted by AboutLastNight5 392d ago | interview

Crowman and Wolfboy: An Update from Wither Studios

It can be hard to make a splash in the game industry these days. At a convention like PAX, it can be even harder when you are literally surrounded by direct competition. While wandering the expo show floor during PAX East last year, the developers over at Wither Studios, LLC caught my eye with Crowman and Wolfboy.

Crowman and Wolfboy is an upcoming iOS game that began as a Kickstarter project in November of 2011. After obtaining over $2,000 more than their pledged $4,000 goal, Crowman and Wolfboy was officially born. Although it was in its infancy during PAX East 2012, I was still surprised by how much progress had been made, and how visually attractive it was for an iOS game (the game is reminiscent of Limbo with its dark backgrounds and gloomy settings). A year later, I spoke to the team at Wither Studios to get an update on the status of the game. (Dev, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Wither Studios)

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