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  • Blog Post: Robotoki's Human Element Goes With CryEngine

    Developer Robotoki, founded by former Call of Duty creative strategist Robert Bowling, has announced that its upcoming survival game, Human Element, will be developed with CryEngine. Originally announced in 2012, shortly after Bowling's decision to leave Activision, Human Element takes place 35 years... More
  • Blog Post: Former Call Of Duty Creative Strategist Kickstarting Platformer

    Development studio Robotoki is crowdfunding The Adventures of Dash, a platformer about a narcoleptic 9-year-old boy. When asleep, Dash takes on one of a variety of identities in an environment shaped after the one he fell asleep in. Those environments will look vastly different as a different artist... More
  • Blog Post: Nexon Invests In Robotoki

    Nexon has announced that it has made a "strategic investment" in Robotoki, the development studio founded by former Call of Duty creative strategist Robert Bowling. "We are thrilled to partner with Robotoki to develop cutting-edge multiplatform, cross-genre games," said Seungwoo Choi... More
  • Blog Post: Human Element Prequel Is Ouya's First Exclusive Game

    The first game being developed exclusively for Ouya is an episodic prequel of Human Element, the first project from Robotoki. Robert Bowling, the studio's president, says he personally donated $10,000 to the Kickstarter project. The prequel games will center on the zombie outbreak as it begins in... More
  • Blog Post: Taking On The Human Element

    [ Note: This article originally ran in issue 231 of Game Informer] After spending six years working on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise at Infinity Ward, former creative strategist Robert Bowling decided to quit and form a new independent game company called Robotoki. His team’s first... More
  • Blog Post: Robotoki's 'Human Element' Revealed

    After leaving Infinity Ward to start his own game company Robotoki , former creative strategist Robert Bowling is looking to explore the greatest threat in a zombie apocalypse with his team’s first project: Human Element. In a new interview with Game Informer, Bowling says the core objective behind... More
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