What is this game?

It’s Ooblets. It’s like Harvest Moon meets Pokémon meets Animal Crossing. You’ll like it.

You’ll be able to manage your farm, grow and train your ooblets, explore strange lands, and dance-battle wild ooblets and other ooblet trainers.

Some features:

  • Live a simple life working the land (and collecting magical creatures)

  • Customize your character’s clothing, hair style, and house

  • Take part in a bustling little town full of characters

  • Explore a variety of locations across Oob, all with their own biomes, plants, characters, and unique ooblets

  • Upgrade your dudes because I guess they’re not good enough for you

  • Join an Ooblet club. Feel wanted and appreciated. Distrust other clubs’ members.

  • Collect stuff like seeds, items, furniture, machinery, and friends

Where can I buy the game?

You can’t just yet, but you can join our mailing list and we’ll email you when you can buy it.

When we first launch, Ooblets will be available on PC and Xbox One.

What is the release date?

Dunno know just yet! We’re working as hard as we can but we’ll make sure to let everyone know when we have a good idea.

What platforms will Ooblets be available on?

We’ll initially be releasing Ooblets on PC and Xbox One

Will Ooblets be a phone app or free to play?

What no

Will you release the game on the ___?

Mebbe one day bebe! Who knows?

Will there be multiplayer?

We think multiplayer would work really well for Ooblets, but implementing it would basically double the time to make the game, so we’re not planning on it. Maybe we can do it in a sequel!

Who are you?

We’re Rebecca (programming and art), and Ben (game design and writing). We call our studio Glumberland but it’s more of a studio apartment than a studio. There are a couple freelancers who help us with some art, music, sound, and animation.

What will the game cost?

We haven’t determined that yet. We’ll likely announce it along with the official release date when we’ve figured that out, too.

Can I play a demo or join an alpha/beta playtest?

We don’t have any playtesting going on right now but when we do, we’ll likely reach out to Rebecca’s Patreon supporters first.

Do you have a press kit available?

Yep! Our presskit is here. If you’re writing for a big publication and want some more options for screenshots or videos, contact us and we’ll get you what you need.

Can I get a press copy?

Not yet, sorry!

Would you answer some questions or do an interview for an article/video?

We love getting press! With such a small team, though, answering questions takes up a lot of valuable development time. That means we can only really answer questions for publications with a pretty big audience. If you think this applies to you and you’re willing to do an email-only interview, feel free to contact us.

Could either of you speak at our event?

We’d love to but we’re way too busy making the game this year and coming up with talks and going to events to speak takes up a lot of time. Maybe we can do some events after the game is released.

Can I monetize videos or streams of Ooblets stuff?


What software do you use?

Finding the right software is probably not going to suddenly make you able to make cool stuff. Practice and dedication are more important factors than minor differences between applications. If you think it will help, Rebecca uses Unity, Maya LT, Photoshop CC, and Illustrator. Ben uses a Speak & Spell.

Can I make music for Ooblets?

We’re okay for music, sorry! Our composer is Slime Girls

Can I do translations for Ooblets?

We’re not doing localizations just yet but if you want to send an email with your localization portfolio, we’ll hold on to it for when we’re ready to look at it. It’d be helpful if you don’t ask for or expect a response.

How do you do your animations?

Our animations are a mixture of work from an animator, stuff we’ve personally mocapped, and things we’ve gotten through Mixamo.

How big is the team?

The core team is just two people: Rebecca who does the art and programming, and Ben who is the game designer and writer. We have a few freelancers who help out, as well!

Can I help out?

Yes! It would help if you spread the word about Ooblets! The more people interested in Ooblets means more opportunities open up for us. Every retweet or reblog or shoutout or forward to your grandchildren is super appreciated.

If you’d like to support development, you can become a patron and get some nifty rewards!

Can I help out and also be paid for helping out or become a part of the team in some way?

We’re unfortunately not taking anyone new on to help out right now.

Can I do work for you for free?

No way! You gotta value yourself and your work so that other people will, too.

Can I submit ooblet designs for you to use in the game?

Unfortunately we can’t use any designs you send in due to intellectual property stuff we don’t really understand.

How do I contact you?

Check out the contact page.

You didn’t respond to my email/DM/PM! What gives?

We actually get a lot of messages all over the place and try to respond to as many as possible. Sometimes we’ll miss some and sometimes we won’t respond to things that have already been answered here in the FAQ. If you feel like we missed something, feel free to boop us again. Also, please don’t send messages that are just “Can I ask you a question?” or “How are you?”– you should just say what you’re looking to say.