Earlier today, Kinda Funny Co-Founder Colin Moriarty announced his resignation from the group.
Posting on the Kinda Funny Facebook group, Colin Moriarty revealed the news of his departure, but ensured that the split is amicable.
“Just as we collaborated as friends, so too do we part. I hope you continue to support them. I simply want to reconnect with what’s most important to me. Politics, history, philosophy. Reading books. Talking about things I feel are most impactful and essential for a person like me.”
Colin continued the post by reassuring fans that there’s more to come from him in the future and ended by thanking those who have supported him thus far.
“Obviously, you haven’t seen or heard the last of me. Far from it. I hope that when I return with what’s next, you will support me there, just as you’ve supported me over these many years.”
Long time colleague and business partner Greg Miller has commented on the departure on Twitter, wishing Colin all the best and thanking him in the process.
Thank you for everything you've given us, Colin. Kinda Funny wouldn't be here without you, and I can't wait to see what you do next. ❤️ https://t.co/wpafoMjuXP
— Greg Miller (@GameOverGreggy) March 13, 2017
Many are already suggesting that Colin’s departure has something to do with a joke he posted on his Twitter account on Wednesday (March 8). The joke, was posted on International Women’s day and caused waves inside the Kinda Funny fan base and in the game’s industry as a whole.
More information regarding what the company’s plans are moving forward will likely be revealed today on the Kinda Funny Morning Show, streaming on Twitch.