Boneloaf is a small independent game studio making experimental multiplayer and co-op party games.
Boneloaf was setup in 2011 by three brothers (James Brown, Jonathan Brown, and Michael Brown) to make games and toys informed by an adolescence spent drawings ugly faces.
Since forming the company we have been joined by the fourth Boneloaf member Jason Pugh.
The company name comes from the name we use for the hunks of collectable meat in Sega's Golden Axe, Capcom's Final Fight, and other games.
Currently we are working on Gang Beasts, a Multiplayer Co-op Fighting Game with doughy character physics with sound designer and musician Robert Larder (owner of Hear No Evil Productions).