OverviewAfter the completion of his first game, "The Adventures of F.L.I.M.", Patrick Durbin began a development team titled "NR, utd." on January 13, 2003 as the leader of the development team. The team began with an action card-based game titled "Crystalline Cauldron" that was submitted to I.G.F. of 2004. "Crystalline Cauldron" was later scrapped in February of 2005 as a result of a disbanded team from graduation at U.A.T.
During the process of "Crystalline Cauldron" becoming scrapped, Patrick and Nick D'Orazio moved onto the next project of NR, utd. entitled "Fiends' Fury: Tactics." On July 5, 2006, Patrick began working at GameTap while continuing working with NR, utd.
In September of 2006, "Fiends' Fury: Tactics" was placed on a "hold" status due to the limited team size and the expansive nature of the project in order to begin a smaller team project titled "Mantis Shuffle" to produce a high quality reputation, a larger budget, and more employees for "NR, utd." to fulfill the needs of "Fiends' Fury: Tactics."
As of April 12, 2012, the project "Mantis Shuffle" was placed on a "hold" from the lengthy development and a long series of unreliable artists. NR, utd. then went through a drastic change in projects and investors. Patrick is now the project director for "Epsilon" and the lead programmer for "H-o-H", both projects being developed together in NR, utd.
"H-o-H" is scheduled to have it's public unveiling via launch their crowdsourcing campaign in late April or early May of 2013 at www.GameLaunched.com
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