Dave Tach for Polygon:
About a week before the official announcement last month, Campo Santo took the trip up to Portland to make the partnership official. Sitting around Panic’s conference room table, they signed the contract that defined their working relationship. Sasser’s young son was there, eating his noodles after school, and while nobody was looking and the grownups hashed out the terms, he signed his name to the contract, too.
If Panic is providing interface critiques and general support (in addition to financing), and Campo Santo is doing the game, I think this is going to be one sweet partnership. I can’t wait to see the results of this.