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Monday, March 11th, 2013
We’ve just released our first big Atomic Robo: Last Stop related goodie. Atomic Robo: Violent Science is available now for iOS. Violent Science is a labor of love and many of the people working on the film have been a big part of getting the game to market. Atomic Robo is a character about inclusion. Which is why the producers of the game over at Second Fiction are committed to rolling out versions for platforms outside of iOS (the game is gorgeous on a windows Surface). As we continue to plug away at the film, we think Voilent Science will keep you happy in the mean time.
The game’s plot very, very loosely follows the film, but don’t worry, no major spoilers. Read all about it on it’s PAGE over at second fiction. Or Download and play it now on your iPhone or iPad (Warning iOS 6 only!). You’ll find the game to be very deep, including upgradable abilities and story. We have much more planned for updates including unlocked abilities and much more game content!
Monday, January 14th, 2013
We’ve been busy. Atomic Robo: Last Stop production is charging forward and we’re preparing to show the world the first glimpses of animation. We’re excited to start sharing our hard work with the community that made it possible!
Friday, December 14th, 2012
Wow, we haven’t been posting very frequently… Probably because we are neck deep in production for Atomic Robo Last Stop… and man is it ever coming along! Check out this image of our partial Background workflow.
Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
Not surprisingly some of the most popular rewards for the ATOMIC ROBO: Last Stop Kickstarter were the signed copies of Atomic Robo volumes. We expected that they would be popular but we didn’t expect them to be 540 copies of ATOMIC ROBO Volumes 1-6 popular.
Last week co-creator of ROBO, Scott Wegener was on a family vacation with the Wegener clan that happened to bring them right into the neighborhood of The Fictory.
We all decided this would be a great chance to get this half ton of comics signed by one half of TEAM ROBO.
Scott, like the stone cold pro he is sat down and signed all 540 copies of ROBO the studio procured to fill rewards once production is complete. Crippling hand cramps aside a good time was had by all! Everyone was excited to meet the man whose character’s we’ve been drawing for so long and talk comics and animation.
Now we just need to to get Brian Clevinger to visit sunny Lancaster, Pennsylvania and we’ll be set.
Thursday, October 11th, 2012
Goodness gracious it’s been busy here at the studio. Which is actually awesome, but seriously cutting into our blogging time. Cameos are being worked into the film and production marches on! If you’re hankering for an Fictory fix, head on over to comicon and check out staffers, Jeff McComsey, Dominic Vivona and Steve Becker over at the Fubar Booth in Artist’s Alley #M6!