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  • Blog Post: Robert Bowling Joins Humble Bundle, Leads New Group To Help ‘Games Be Created’

    Robert Bowling has announced that he has joined charity-focused game seller Humble Bundle as vice president and creative director. Bowling, who spent six years as creative strategist for Call of Duty at Infinity ward, left that position to strike out on his own. Robotoki, the studio Bowling founded,... More
  • 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: New Breach & Clear Screens

    The upcoming iOS and Android game from former Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling is coming soon, and developer Mighty Rabbit Studios has passed along a new collection of screens. It's a military tactical strategy game that Bowling and friends are hoping will be able to compete with... 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: Breach & Clear Announced For iOS And Android

    Former Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling, who left his previous employer because there was “Too much ‘pew pew’ not enough new new,” announced his and Mighty Rabbit Studios' new game, Breach & Clear, today. The tactical strategy game gives players control... 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
  • Blog Post: Robert Bowling Opens Game Studio

    After abruptly leaving developer Infinity Ward in late March, former Call of Duty creative strategist Robert Bowling is opening a game development studio called Robotoki. Speaking to Game Informer through e-mail today, Bowling said the decision to form his own company began immediately after resigning... More
  • Blog Post: Robert Bowling Leaves Activision

    Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling, better known as fourzerotwo, resigned from Activision today. He made the announcement over Twitter . "Today, I resign from my position as Creative Strategist of Call of Duty, as a lead of Infinity Ward, and as an employee of Activision," he... More
  • Blog Post: Real Special Forces Soldier Jumps Into Modern Warfare 2's Pit

    The fastest guns on consoles can finish Modern Warfare 2's shooting course, The Pit, in under 25 seconds. But how quickly could a real grunt run through the gauntlet? British television program The Gadget Show intends to find out by recreating the course and throwing an ex Special Forces soldier... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Ward: Wii Can’t Deliver Modern Warfare 2 Experience

    In an interview with Develop , Robert Bowling states that the Wii just can’t cut it for Modern Warfare 2 by Infinity Ward’s standards. With the studio looking to pump out blockbuster games like MW2, the Wii’s modest hardware isn’t up to the task of presenting the Call of Duty... More
  • Blog Post: Modern Warfare 2 For PC Will Not Support Dedicated Servers, PC Gamers Have Responded

    This weekend the FourZeroTwo Twitter page had good news for PC gamers: "No delay on PC for Modern Warfare 2." The tweet written by Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling also states there will be Prestige Mode and Steam support with minimum specifications to be released soon. The bad news? On... More
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