Paranautical Activity Summary
Code Avarice's Paranautical Activity is now back on Steam following its exile after a certain someone threatened to do harm toGabe Newell. It turns out threatening Gabe 'PC messiah' Newell wasn't a clever PR move.
The studio has since sold the IP and game to Digerati Distribution, who has now brought Paranautical Activity back to Steam as a special Deluxe Atonement Edition. It's a first-person roguelike in voxel style.
It all seemed pretty bleak for Code Avarice developer Mike Maulbeck a few weeks back, when his ill-advised mock threats to kill Valve’scaused Paranautical Activity to be pulled from Steam.
After resigning from the studio following the subsequent uproar, Code Avarice has announced in a newthat he's now back working for them.
New Jersey-based developer Code Avarice has started a Kickstarter drive for its blocky shooter Paranautical Activity, which the developer states combines "classic FPS action from Doom & Quake with randomness of roguelikes like Isaac & Spelunky."