A famously hard partying set – a recently planned Ant Simulator has now been shelved by its production company after it was revealed that the team spent the budget on lavish partying.
Ant Simulator, a ground-level ant-sim aimed at putting you in the driving seat of a colony of ants was seeking to be completed and gain access to Steam’s Early Access, with Beta available in testing. Eric Tereshinski, the main developer, had partnered with two others to bring the game to life, even going so far as to co-ordinate and execute a crowdfunding campaign for the game. However, Eric recently discovered that his partners had ploughed through the money that had been raised – including the crowdfunding cash – and spent it on “restaurants, booze and strippers”.
Immediately resigning, Eric left the following message to his YouTube followers, and just about anyone else who’d love to hear his explanation.