FourFour is the game studio behind the popular vector game The Lazy Atlas.
FourFour has also been responsible for some very notable game projects.
One of the more notable was The Lazzarus Project, which was the name given to the first major VR game for the Oculus Rift, in the early 1990s.
Since then, FourFour has continued to work on various other projects, most notably The LazerCat Project.
The project, which is set in a future in which humans have mastered technology, has garnered lots of praise for its unique style.
But it’s also one of the least popular VR projects out there.
It’s not hard to see why: FourFour had to make it all the way through the development of the first version of the game before the first prototype was finished.
That didn’t stop fans from rallying behind it.
Some even dubbed the game a masterpiece, and were willing to pay a lot for it.
So why has the project fallen down?
Four Four says the reason lies with a lack of funds.
The company has been trying to raise funds for the project since 2014, and it has finally been able to, but it’s still far behind.
This past year, the company announced it would be closing the Lazercat Project for good, and announced that it was ending all development on the game.
“The Lazer Cat Project is closing,” the company said on its website.
“The team is in a position to finish the game on their own.
This is a sad day for the team and fans, but we are incredibly grateful for all the hard work that went into the game.”