By Bryan Smith on February 1, 2016 at 8:58pm
Posting on the ETeeskiTutorials YouTube page, Eric Terenshiki has announced that "Ant Simulator," what appears to be a spiritual successor to "SimAnt," was cancelled and he would be leaving the company ETeeski LLC.
Terenshiki stated that the money from the Kickstarter was used for "liquor, bars, restaurants, and strippers" by his friends who were part of the company. These "friends" also covered their tracks so that Terenshiki couldn't sue them for what they had done, and they would sue Terenshiki if he tried to release the game without them. This situation forced Terenshiki to resign and cancel the game.
Despite the setback, Terenshiki said he will continue to work and will rebrand his YouTube channel with new content, though any work he had with ETeeski LLC would have to be deleted.
We at Player Theory would like to strongly advise that you should not attempt to commit any of these kind of crimes against friends or co-workers, as it could have extremely negative consequences and you'll be seen as an unreliable jerk to others and potential employers.