Crixa Labs is happy to announce that German magnetic letter and number manufacturer, The Nein, has acquired controlling interest in the Em-8ER IP.
“This is a great day,” said founder Mark Kern. “We will finally be able to surrender full control to a company that has absolutely zero experience in making video games. The only possible outcome is bound to be endless innovation, as The Nein clearly has no idea how past video games work. We have only the future to look forward to!”
The Nein will begin immediate steps to infuse new directions into Em-8ER, starting with an innovative bus campaign. The beautifully rendered, high-quality prototype concept for the bus is featured in this article’s banner. “Given our experience with magnetic letters and numbers, of course we wanted to put the logo for Em-8ER proudly on display. The new bus will tour the world and give Em-8ER massive exposure!” said The Nein’s CEO, Manny Hanz.
Futhermore, Crixa Labs announced it will be moving from the Unreal engine to RPGMaker. The new engine switch is expected to only cause a brief delay while reaping immense future benefits. “RPGMaker is really where the entire industry is headed. We’re just going there first,” enthused Kern. “By removing an entire dimension in our graphics, we can achieve a 33% increase in production speed.”
Full conversion is expected to take 5-10 years, but production speed will rapidly increase after the full engine swap.