12 comments on “Robert Pelloni answers my AMA questions

  1. Pingback: The strange tale of “bob’s game” | Polygons and Pixels

  2. I was glad to notice Bob answered you on reddit, your questions were good and it is like the first time that Bob had been clear on things, thanks!

    I wonder what happens next though now the Kickstarter hasn’t reached it’s goal..

  3. It looks like Bob is at it again. After years of inactivity, he’s finally done something with his youtube channel: A bunch of very odd clips, none of them more then 2 minutes long. Here’s the link to his channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/robertpelloni
    At this point, I have absolutely no idea whatsoever is going on with him.

  4. It looks like Bob’s at it again! His YouTube channel, which has been dormant for about 2 years now, just got updated with a bunch of short, creepy videos. His channel can be found here:
    At this point, I have no idea what’s going on. (BTW: I’m “Nathan M.” from earlier, but I got logged into the wrong account)

  5. (On the grounds of avoiding confusion, I declare the following variables:
    ‘Rob’ is the real-life Robert Pelloni who made ‘Rob’s Game’, an RPG where Yuu goes to defeat Gantendo.
    ‘Bob’ is the final boss of ‘Rob’s Game’ and being the maker of ‘Bob’s Game,’ a game that is more addictive than Tetris.)

    I have viewed the Rob’s Game a few times, but, given how there are no real links on the website, I essentially left. Today, I visited the website to the same effect; however, I remembered this blog. I am surprised that Bob’s Game is actually released in the OUYA! (I do not have an OUYA, but I do have a few Android devices alongside BlueStacks.) That also explained why there were links to OUYA when I searched recent links in Google…

    Frankly, I am still interested in Rob’s Game AND Bob’s Game, this being someone who had followed the hype after the reaction of his ‘breakdown’ subsided. I still remember awaiting the stages…

    On another frank note is that Rob’s releasing Bob’s Game is a huge treat, given how long I (alongside whomever else still follows Rob) had to wait in anticipation of knowing and playing ‘Bob’s Game’.

    What is nice to hear is that everything that Rob was going to make was real. He really was going to make Rob’s Game. He really was going to make the nD (which I consider a good idea, giving Rob a way to make his own userbase without dependence on others).

  6. Pingback: Robert Pelloni releases and retracts background on bob’s game development | Polygons and Pixels

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