• Justin Roiland has resigned as CEO of High On Life developer

    12 days ago - By Rock, Paper, Shotgun

    Justin Roiland, the co-founder of High On Life developer Squanch Games, has resigned from his role as CEO of the company. Squanch Games announced Roiland's departure today, nearly two weeks after it was reported that Roiland is awaiting trial on domestic violence charges .
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  • Justin Roiland Resigns From High On Life Dev Squanch Games Following Domestic Abuse Charges

    Justin Roiland Resigns From High On Life Dev Squanch Games Following Domestic Abuse Charges

    12 days ago - By GameInformer

    Justin Roiland has resigned from Squanch Games following domestic abuse charges.
    The High On Life Twitter account released a statement yesterday, revealing that the studio received Roiland's resignation on January 16. Squanch says it will "keep developing games we know our fans will love while continuing to support and improve High On Life." pic.twitter.com/xj1QgPskas
    - High On Life January 25, 2023
    This statement came just a couple of hours after the official Rick and Morty Twitter account posted a statement revealing that Adult Swim has ended its association with Roiland. However, Rick...
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  • Why Recasting ‘Rick And Morty' After The Justin Roiland Controversy Is A Mistake

    Why Recasting ‘Rick And Morty' After The Justin Roiland Controversy Is A Mistake

    12 days ago - By Forbes

    Adult Swim is cutting ties with Justin Roiland after the show's co-creator's fall from grace. But it's time to cancel Rick and Morty.
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  • Justin Roiland Resigns From Squanch Games Amid Domestic Violence Allegations

    13 days ago - By GameSpot

    Squanch Games has announced the resignation of co-founder Justin Roiland after domestic violence charges against the Rick and Morty co-creator were revealed last week. The studio announced Roiland's departure from the company in a tweeted statement, which confirmed that Roiland submitted his resignation on January 16. Four days earlier, on January 12, he was charged in Orange County, California on felony domestic violence charges as reported by NBC News. pic.twitter.com/eWRdAzKwlI - Squanch Games January 25, 2023 Squanch Games's statement also confirms that the studio will continue on...
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