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Human Element put on hold as Robert Bowling's Robotoki closes

It was less than two months ago when Robotoki's Human Element was showcased with a premier spot during The Game Awards 2014. Today, the studio closes its doors and puts the game on indefinite hold. According to a report from Joystiq, studio founder Robert Bowling confirmed the news. Show More Summary

Human Element on "hiatus" as Robotoki shuts down

Former Call of Duty creative strategist Robert Bowling has shut down his studio, Robotoki, and the ambitious first-person shooter it was working on, Human Element, is currently on hiatus. "This week we have ceased operations at Robotoki and the development of Human Element is on hiatus," Bowling said in a statement to Eurogamer. Show More Summary

Robotoki closes shop, Human Element on 'hiatus'

Robert Bowling's Robotoki has closed up shop, Joystiq has confirmed. "This week we have ceased operations at Robotoki and the development of Human Element is on hiatus," Bowling told us in a statement. "We were actively negotiating a new publishing...

Human Element drops F2P model, loses publisher

Human Element - the upcoming ambitious post-apocalyptic survival game headed by ex-Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling - has revealed that it's not going to be a free-to-play game, as was the original plan when it signed a publishing deal with Nexon. Show More Summary

Human Element's episodic Ouya prequel has been canned

Ex-Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling has confirmed that the Ouya-exclusive prequel to his upcoming survival game, Human Element, has been cancelled. The project was initially announced in July 2012, when Bowling said he'd make an episodic prequel to Human Element on Ouya to test out a variety of gameplay mechanics for the main event. Show More Summary

Human Element set for Nov. 2015, Ouya prequel canceled

Human Element, the first-personal survival game from Robert Bowling's studio, Robotoki, will launch in November 2015 on PC, Bowling confirmed on Twitter. He added that the Ouya-bound prequel to the game was canceled "early on" as the developer...

Former Call of Duty Dev's Studio Starts Entertainment Division

Robert Bowling's Robotoki will be creating original video content in addition to games.

Robotoki president thwarts attempted office robbery

"These two men attempted to rob robotoki tonight, unfortunately for them, I work late," Robotoki president and former Infinity Ward lead Robert Bowling posted to Twitter last night. With the tweet was this Instagram video showing anShow More Summary

Former Call of Duty strategist Robert Bowling foils late-night Robotoki robbery

Former Call of Duty series Creative Strategist Robert Bowling played a heroic role in an attempted robbery last night at the Robotoki offices, scaring off a pair of burglars during a late-night shift. An on-site security video captures the dramatic...

Watch @fourzerotwo chase two burglars out of the Robotoki office

This is what happens when you try to rob Robert Bowling, former Infinity Ward creative strategist and community manager and now president of Human Element developer Robotoki. The video, below, shows two burglars breaking into Bowling's Los Angeles office, kicking in the glass of the front door and sneaking through. Show More Summary

LA Cops Face Off with Call of Duty's Ghost

The offices of the Los Angeles game studio Robotoki were stormed by Los Angeles police Thursday after an employee pressed the building's panic button, company founder Robert Bowling told the Polygon site. A life-sized statue of Call of Duty's Simon "Ghost" Riley was mistaken for a gunman by police during the raid. Show More Summary

Robotoki offices stormed by LAPD after designer unknowingly presses panic button

Robotoki, the development studio founded last year by ex-Call of Duty creative strategist Robert Bowling, was stormed by LAPD forces last Thursday after its offices' silent alarm system was activated by an unnamed designer on his way...Show More Summary

Robotoki Invaded by Armed Police Officers

Armed officers assaulted Robert Bowling's Robotoki studio following a panic button mishap.

Robert Bowling's 2D platformer unsuccessful on Kickstarter

Robert Bowling's attempt to raise money via Kickstarter for his new game, a 2D platformer called The Adventures of Dash, has ended badly. His Robotoki studio raised only $33,121 of its modest $400,000 goal. 496 people backed the project. Show More Summary

More talk of bringing The Adventures of Dash to Nintendo platforms

A portion of a 4CR interview with Robotoki's Robert Bowling... 4CR: The Robotoki site says that a console release for both Human Element and The Adventures of Dash is yet to be determined. Creating a new SKU takes money but if the Kickstarter...Show More Summary

Robert Bowling announces The Adventures of Dash, a 2D platformer about a narcoleptic boy

Former Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling may have his sights on the post-apocalyptic epic Human Element due in 2015, but until then his new studio Robotoki is crowdsourcing its maiden game The Adventures of Dash on Kickstarter. Show More Summary

He Worked on Call of Duty, And Now He's Making a Game About Dreams

Check out The Adventures of Dash, a puzzle-platformer where you control a narcoleptic boy. Every dream has a different art style. The game is from former Infinity Ward (Call of Duty) creative strategist Robert Bowling's new development studio, Robotoki. Here's the Kickstarter. More »

Nexon Invests In ‘Human Element’ Developer Robotoki

Robert Bowling’s new studio Robotoki hasn’t made a game yet, but that isn’t keeping Nexon from investing in the studio. “We are thrilled to partner with Robotoki to develop cutting-edge multiplatform, cross-genre games,” said Seungwoo Choi, Nexon’s president and CEO. Show More Summary

Nexon invests in Robert Bowling’s Robotoki game startup

Robotoki's Human Element will be a cross-platform title arriving in 2015.

Former Call of Duty Dev Announces Mobile Game

Former Call of Duty creative director Robert Bowling is working on a new tactical shooter for mobile devices.

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