hail to the chimp

WorthPlaying has a quick preview of Wideload's upcoming Hail to the Chimp party game, and despite a couple flubs ("GNN" instead of "GRR" for instance) they did like the game. Story includes a half-dozen screenshots as well.

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Michael Mann's latest Hail to the Chimp blog entry answers fan mail and talks a bit about the game's multiplayer features. Try to keep your missives clean, though!

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Ars Technica has a hands-on experience with Wideload's Hail to the Chimp. Apparently, though, they liked the humorous video interludes a bit better than the game itself:

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One might as well ask, when is a development blog not a development blog? Maybe when it's all about cocks on stage and cocking the vote and... well, about cocks.

However, the latest entry in the Wideload Team 1Up blog is by Matt Soell, and it's about the development of Hail to the Chimp, about how a game that was originally spec'd not to have a story got one:

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John Olin at Xbox Evolved interviewed Wideload Games' Matt Soell about how he came to Wideload, about Hail to the Chimp, and also about Stubbs the Zombie. Stubbs, it seems, may be getting a sequel:

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Latest trailer for Hail to the Chimp, revealed near the Iowa caucus time.

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First trailer for Wideload Games' upcoming political party game, Hail to the Chimp, entitled Rock N Out.

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The website for GRR, the animal news network, has officially launched. The lead article is a blog entry about a Las Vegas-based scandal touching one of the candidates in Hail to the Chimp. Looks like [i][Ed. Omitted][/i] is the new [i]censored[/i].

Be sure to check it out! It's already 2008, and coincidentally, that's the year Hail to the Chimp is being released in-- in the first quarter, no less. Not long to wait now!

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If you're not nearly as behind the curve as I am, then you already know that Wideload Games' upcoming party title Hail to the Chimp has released a new trailer that you can see on GameTrailers.

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...because just like tanks, dung beetles beat everything.

Or so Michael Mann would have you believe in his latest blog entry at the Huffington Post. Mann has bee providing updates on the monstrous menagerie of characters that inhabit Wideload Games' upcoming political party game, Hail to the Chimp. The latest entry talks about how the studio narrowed down the potential cast of characters.

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Chicagoist notes Bungie's hometown roots at the University of Chicago, Jason Jones' continued leadership of Bungie, and Alex Seropian's founding of Wideload.

...or rather woodchuck love, as a new blogger, the animal kingdom newscaster Woodchuck Chumley has shown up at the Huffington Post with his own blog. Perhaps he'll be answering the age-old question, how much wood would a woodchuck chuck. Or maybe he'll just talk animal kingdom politics:

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Trailer for Wideload's upcoming console party game, Hail to the Chimp, due out in 2008.

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Gamasutra has a five page interview with Alex "The Man" Seropian at Wideload; not too much new or substantive there, but he does confirm that Hail to the Chimp uses the Unreal engine, and that the studio has grown to 20 or so full-time and that sum is divided into two teams.

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Head on out to Wideload Games' website, which has gotten its first major overhaul. Best new feature? RSS and ATOM feeds, without a doubt. Odd when the best feature of any new website is what allows you to see if there's anything new without actually loading the website.

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