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1 year 2 weeks ago #117660 by GoldnBoy
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Go to 11 minute mark to hear Vince of Stompby Bot and Heavy Gear

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04prbpq

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1 year 2 months ago #117361 by WealthyPlumber
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At least the stock has started to trade a bit, about 1.5 million shares lately

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1 year 2 months ago #117340 by Gambler
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Great news yesterday and stock has been inching higher

Stompy Bot Corp. confirms the release date in mid-December, 2016, for its flagship PC title Heavy Gear Assault on the Steam digital distribution platform. Steam has 125 million active users with 13.2 million as a concurrent peak.

Jon Gill, chairman of Stompy Bot, said: "The long anticipated launch of Heavy Gear Assault is the first mech shooter powered by Epic Game's Unreal Engine 4. It pushes the boundaries of your personal war machine, in an all-out corporate sponsored warfare, seeking fame and glory while defeating your opponent. Players will enjoy unparalleled customization, beautiful environments, innovative e-sports integration and a dynamic combat system."

The launch of Heavy Gear Assault will be marketed in partnership with European based iQU -- a marketing and press agency for AAA video game titles, through its worldwide network. iQU has successfully marketed over 2,000 video games through 4,500 network partners supporting over 1.2 billion player transactions, with an over 20 million active play-base.

Heavy Gear Assault will also receive marketing and social media promotion through the company's partner networks including both Epic Games and NVIDIA.

Stompy Bot also announces the opening of its AAA design and development studio, located in the Saint John, N.B. This studio is focused exclusively on the development of its second video game title Sabotage -- whose start-up funding was provided by the Canadian Media Fund. The company has also secured employment funding through the Province of New Brunswick's work force expansion program and the One Pledge Fund facilitated through Opportunities New Brunswick. This program provides employment subsidization of $10 per hour for 52 weeks per eligible employee. The company's development studio's home is shared with many of Canada's East Coast up-and-coming technology and media companies.

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1 year 3 months ago #117322 by Gambler
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Here anything new, they better get this game released by XMAS this year, only a year late

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1 year 3 months ago #117205 by GoldnBoy
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Yes indeed things are progressing, here is an update from Oct 21 to some improvements in the game Heavy Gear Assault, Mech Warrior was the old game

We started to rework our weapon system to lay the foundation for more complex behaviours. Autocannons are now set to burst fire and Gatling guns have spin-up time (animation and sound effects are not in place yet). But the coolest addition so far is the ability to load multiple rockets and fire them in a devastating salvo.

The video also shows some HUD improvements. Laser weapons and Gatlings now have a continuous ammo bar and Rocket Pack fire groups are highlighted next to their counters. We will also show the amount of ammunition being charged/queued.

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1 year 3 months ago #117204 by GoldnBoy
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I think that will go over big for Nintendo. Sounds like Stompy still plugging along, wish they would get Mech Warrior released

Oct 21
Stompy Bot Corp., further to its press release dated Aug. 15, 2016, has completed the second and final tranche of its previously announced non-brokered private placement private of up to $200,000 in principal amount of secured convertible debentures at a price of $1,000 and integral multiples thereof per debenture, with each $1,000 debenture consisting of 8,000 common share purchase warrants. Each Warrant shall entitle the holder thereof to acquire one (1) common share in the capital of the Corporation at a price of $0.05 per common share (the "Warrant Shares") for two (2) years from the date of issue. The Debentures will have an interest rate of 12% per year, calculated semi-annually from their date of issuance and will mature on the date that is one (1) year from the date of issuance. At the option of the holder, principal under the Debenture is convertible (the "Conversion") into common shares of the Corporation (the "Conversion Shares") at a conversion price of $0.05 per Conversion Share. In connection with the second and final tranche, the Company has issued 115 Debentures and 920,000 Warrants of the Company for total aggregate proceeds of $115,000. Proceeds of the Offering will be used to fund the development and marketing of the Corporation's video games, and for general working capital purposes.

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1 year 4 months ago #117195 by RonS
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From what I hear I think the stock will soon come back to life, check this, new Nintendo Switch, it should go over big time

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1 year 7 months ago #687 by GoldnBoy
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They got the financials done and stock seems to be holding around 6 cents. Lets see of they can get game sales started this month. This is where the rubber really hits the road

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1 year 8 months ago #476 by GoldnBoy
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yup, good price, I averaged dow n too

Agre 10.000 pretty low. go out to the forums, it has a cult following that will buy more than 10k

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1 year 9 months ago #459 by yanisofia
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There is a relentless selling pressure on this stock....I believe one should be prudent before investing...untill we understand who is selling and look like they have unlimited number of shares... They have been dumping millions of shares

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1 year 9 months ago #456 by lynnsa10
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Nice call by Ron to average down, stock has seen a decent bump up. The presentation at the link below is worth a read.

Considering the following of this game I think their projection of 10,000 units sold in first 90 days is conservative

Click on the link below and sign in with your name and email and it will load the Convertible Debenture Debt term sheet . The executive pitch deck is also attached. The deck will be update after each milestone and there is a better understanding of our funding capabilities.

www.stompybot.com/info.html
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1 year 10 months ago #369 by Gambler
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Looks like a bottom, more volume so somebody is buying. Seen news on board restructuring, maybe time to average down?

STOMPY BOT ANNOUNCES BOARD CHANGES AND OFFICER APPOINTMENTS

Jon Gill has been appointed as executive chairman of the board of directors of Stompy Bot Corp. effective immediately. Mr. Gill replaces Vince McMullin in this role and will also continue to serve as a director of the corporation. Mr. McMullin will continue in his role as a director and chief executive officer of the corporation and, in addition, has been appointed as president, replacing James Taylor in this role.

Director resignation

Concurrent with this announcement, Stompy Bot also announces the resignation of Mr. Taylor, John Nguyen and Michael Soloman from the board of directors of the corporation effective immediately. Mr. Taylor, Mr. Nguyen and Mr. Soloman will continue to serve as officers of the corporation in accordance with their appointments set forth below.

Officer appointments

The corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Taylor as senior vice-president of productions, Mr. Soloman as project manager, and Mr. Nguyen as senior business developer and corporate secretary. Mr. Nguyen replaces Chris Irwin as corporate secretary.
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