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Former workers rise up from 38 Studios’ ashes

Ex-workers turn creativity toward new jobs, even starting new companies

From the ashes of Curt Schilling’s failed video game company 38 Studios comes Fart Cat.

It’s a simple, irreverent game played on an iPhone involving a cantankerous cat, and is one of the first commercial products made by former employees of 38 Studios after the company’s spectacular collapse in May that put some 400 people out of work.

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