Hello Ultimate Animals!
This past month has been delightfully busy with Ultimate Chicken Horse community moments and milestones.
First off, the game is now on Toornament! It is a platform where fans can organize and participate in – you guessed it – friendly tournaments. We’re super excited to see if this can help us nurture and grow the competitive side of our community.
Next up is the myriad social media milestones we recently achieved. We’re incredibly proud of how much our community has grown and flourished in the past years, and we wanted to thank you for that by having Fabio put together some amazing artwork!
Fun fact: though the ‘600’ illustration was done not so long ago, we’re already at almost 700 followers on Instagram. This may or may not be due to an unspeakable meme image involving Sonic’s unsettling humanlike toothy mouth on the blue variant of the Red Panda reskin.
Last but not least, Gen has been making some extra effort to showcase the countless user-made levels you have been sharing with us. Since the start of April, there are now 5 newly featured levels in LevelNET every Friday, instead of 15 every month.
In addition to that, we dedicated our latest vlog to highlighting some truly Transformidable Party levels with fun sets of Modifiers. It’s a completely new video formula for us, so we’d be curious to hear if you have any thoughts or comments to share with us.
That’s all the news we have for now! As we’ve mentioned before, we are in the very early stages of working on things that are not Ultimate Chicken Horse, and we’re still mostly learning new tricks, so there’s no hot scoop on that front. But because we like you very much, we thought we’d give you this offering of a scene that Fabio made in his endeavour to learn how to produce 3D art in Blender.
Here’s me telling you to *absolutely not* read into this, and here’s you undoubtedly making all sorts of inferences on what this could mean for the future of Clever Endeavour Games. That should keep y’all busy for a month. 😉
Until next time!
The Clever Devs