will always have a place in our hearts, and so it's a bit difficult these days to write pieces on the man who created Earthworm Jim
. Doing his usual job of outlandish claim-staking
, the man now known mostly for his company Gaikai
and its streaming game service recently spoke to Eurogamer
about a canceled game of his, named Plague
"It was a little too big for Atari," he says. Allegedly, he was working with an author and intended to make a movie of the game. "It was a big deal," he added. He goes on to say that it included "nano-weapons" that would "generate objects and delete [them] in real-time." He even teases that the game idea is "nowhere near done." Unfortunately, he's a bit busy at the moment trying to get his unicorn-powered magic carpet off the ground to work on it.