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Creates of Pokemon Uranium fan game ceasing all development

We will no longer be providing updates or support for Pokémon Uranium. Thank you all for playing. — Pokémon Uranium (@PokemonUranium) September 21, 2016 We know that Nintendo shut down Pokemon Uranium, but the developers had originally pledged to continue supporting the project. Now it seems like the entire project is dead in the water. I wouldn't be surprised if this has to do with more prodding from Nintendo.
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