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The first trailer for Hail to the Chimp, Wideload's upcoming political party beat-'em-up, is available now at 1Up, and it shows actual gameplay, including the creation of a temporary player alliance. 1Up has also done a preview.

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Alexander "The Man" Seropian, cofounder of Bungie and later Wideload Games, currently working on Hail to the Chimp to be published by Gamecock next year, gave an interview to Armchair Empire this week.

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MTV is into all the things the hip kids do these days, including play videogames. MTV did a video interview with Microsoft's Phil Spencer about Halo, and MTV News has a piece up on Gamecock, the outfit that will be publishing Wideload's next game.

Wideload's Alex Seropian related a story about trying to find a publisher for the company's first game, Stubbs the Zombie:

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Wideload Games' logo with a dark background.


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Wideload Games' logo.


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Gamecock Media's logo. Gamecock is lined up to publish Wideload Games' upcoming party game, Hail to the Chimp.


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Logo for Hail to the Chimp, Wideload's second offering, a console party game.


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Keeping a company light on its toes by keeping the core creative staff small and outsourcing the fiddly bits is how Wideload Games is approaching the problem of rising game development costs.

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Alexander "The Man" Seropian (or should it be "The Chimp" from now on?) throws poop at GameSpot today about Wideload's upcoming party game for the Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation 3.

Is there going to be political satire? Yes, says Seropian. The Bush:Chimp comparisons are obviously unavoidable, but am I the only one who thinks the hippo looks like Steve Ballmer?

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A closer look at Crackers the chimp from Wideload's upcoming party game, Hail to the Chimp.


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The official Gamecock website has this information about Hail to the Chimp:

Since the dawn of time, Man has wondered who would win if a polar bear and jellyfish teamed up to fight an armadillo and yak. Do you have what it takes (approximately $50) to learn the shocking truth?

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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – FEBRUARY 12, 2007 – Wideload Games,
creator of the award-winning Stubbs the Zombie, announced today they
have picked Gamecock Media Group to publish their next title –
Hail to the Chimp. The title is expected to ship in Spring 2008.


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Wideload's console party game featuring animal kingdom politics.

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Articles pertaining to Chicago's Wideload Games.

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