Independent studio Vlambeer is to return to an finish on its tenth anniversary, as per an announcement from the developement group’s official Twitter account.
The studio co-founded by Rami Ismail and Jan Willem Nijman in 2010 was chargeable for such video games as Nuclear Throne, Luftrasers, Ridiculous Fishing and Serious Sam spin-off title Serious Sam: The Random Encounter stated in their statment posted to Twitter that the group had “Had a beautiful run, made incredible games, and worked with amazing people, but it is time for new things.” The group additionally stated “Vlambeer would not have been 10% of what it is today without the help and trust and faith and patience of so many people across this past decade. “
The studio would not see the transfer as a foul factor and actually extra see the transfer as an announcement of attaining what they got down to do, calling the transfer “the happy conclusion to a whirlwind decade filled with screenshake. It feels like we’ve achieved what we set out to do – as a studio, as a voice, and as individuals, and we are extremely grateful for these past years.”
Their last sport in improvement, Ultrabugs, remains to be set to launch on Steam quickly with extra information promised within the coming weeks, whereas the remainder of Vlambeers again catalogue is currently on sale. The group say they’re “looking into options for further support for our previous games, but we just can’t promise anything besides that there will be no new games.”