From the ashes of Curt Schilling’s failed video game company 38 Studios comes Fart Cat. It’s a simple, irreverent iPhone game that involves tossing food into the mouth of a cantankerous cat, and one of the first new games from former 38 Studios employees since the company collapsed in May and left about 400 people without work. The abrupt end to Schilling's foray into the video game industry stunned his employees. Many had relocated from across the country to the 38 Studios Providence headquarters to work alongside some of the industry’s top talent on a highly anticipated fantasy role playing game known as Copernicus.
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