RareSloth is an independent game studio. Since quitting our jobs in 2014 we have released two games on the AppStore earning 2 million downloads. We are working on the sequel to King Rabbit, currently in early access on Steam. We will be porting to console and mobile in 2020. Read more about our story here.
What is our purpose and what do we believe?
The book Start with Why inspired us to think deeper about “why” we created King Rabbit. This “why” keeps us in alignment with our core values.
Create joy and enrich minds.
If you’ve downloaded mobile games in the past you’ll agree many of them offer temporary satisfaction or stimulation but don’t challenge or engage your mind. These games don’t leave us with any perceived benefits and thus make us feel like we wasted our time.
We believe playing King Rabbit will enrich your mind. King Rabbit is a community-driven puzzle game with a level builder. Things start out easy as you learn each item and how it works. Puzzles get increasingly difficult which engages your logic and problem solving skills. Once you’ve learned how the items work you can start building your own levels.
Building levels exercises your creativity and puts what you’ve just learned into practice. There are endless possibilities; you can design your own mini games and logic machines. Our game can teach you basic logic concepts (like XOR gates) in a visual and intuitive way. Building levels can develop your focus, game design, and user experience skills. Learning happens in a fun and engaging way, which is ideal for keeping people interested.
When you build something novel, those new ideas benefit the community. Other people can build off of your ideas and the pool of content continuously evolves.
Heir to the late George, Tiko continues to lead RareSloth towards its next releases. Head of nature relations, Tiko ensures our business practices are sustainable and lead to positive outcomes for all living things. Is in fact a stuffed animal.
A big fan of nature and spending quality time with friends and family. Graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from Lehigh University. Dedicated to bridging the gap between the dream world and real world.
Loves his dog, the outdoors, coffee, and beer. Graduated with an M.S. in Human-Computer Interaction & design. Passionate about rich user experiences and learning about the human condition.