Squanch Games, makers of the absolute incredible Trover Saves the Universe (our review) that launches Friday, has acquired the Radical Heights IP.
The battle royal was originally created by Boss Key Productions but since their closure in August 2018, everyone assumed it was dead. Now that doesn’t seem to fully be the case. With Trover done, Justin Roiland (co-creator of Rick & Morty) might do something with the game which could be something along the lines of making it more fun via humor. Between Accounting+ and Trover, this studio proved they can make anything absolutely hilarious.
The USPTO just released this document on May 7th, confirming that Squanch Games now owns the IP.