Cliff Bleszinski is showing off scrapped projects, and DragonFlies sounds so damn cool

Cliff Bleszinski is showing off scrapped projects, and DragonFlies sounds so damn cool screenshot

Boss Key Productions, the developer responsible for LawBreakers and Radical Heights, closed its doors yesterday ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/lawbreakers-and-radical-heights-studio-boss-key-closing-down-502968.phtml). It was a sad day — as it always is when these sorts of things happen — but this one felt a little more unfair. The studio only got to release one game and it was legitimately good ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/review-lawbreakers-453838.phtml). It just never found an audience and that’s all she wrote.

Boss Key founder Cliff Bleszinski noted that he’s going to take some time off work to reflect. Before backing away, Bleszinski figured he might as well show off some concepts that never got picked up by publishers. The first and most striking is something that was codenamed “DragonFlies.”

Here’s a tweet chain with all the description that Bleszinski gave:

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