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Rocket 5 Studios Selected As Ubisoft Indie Series Finalist

We’re super excited to announce that Rocket 5 has been selected as a finalist in the Ubisoft Indie Series presented by National Bank! We will be presenting Kitty Disastrous at the Ubisoft Toronto campus next week along with these amazingly talented Ontario studios: Lighting Rod Games, Reptoid Games, Tendril, Caged Element and Little Guy Games!

Kitty Disastrous

The Indie Series is an annual competition for indie game studios in Canada that offers funding, mentorship as well as creative, marketing and financial tools to help local studios complete their games and rise above in the market. The prize would give a tremendous boost to the development of Kitty Disastrous and we’re honoured to be selected as a finalist. You can find more info about the Ubisoft Indie Series here.

Rocket 5 Receives Interactive Digital Media Fund To Develop New Virtual Reality Game

Ontario announced yesterday that Rocket 5 Studios is one of 52 companies receiving investment through the Interactive Digital Media Fund as part of the provence’s $6 million investment in the digital media industry.

Rocket 5 received the IDMF as part of the Ontario Media Development Corporation’s new Concept Definition fund which “provides support for early-stage activities that will assist in moving towards the production of a market-ready project.”

Rocket 5 will use the money received from the Fund to create a prototype for their new Virtual Reality game Bungee Gunfight which is scheduled to start production later this year. We’re not quite ready to reveal any information about the game at this point since the idea is still early in development, but we’re very excited that the OMDC has chosen to invest in Bungee Gunfight and we can’t wait to bring it to the hotly anticipated VR space.

The Interactive Digital Media Fund provides an incredible opportunity for game development studios like ours by providing a non-repayable investment that helps us to hire staff and create fun, high quality products that can stand out in the highly competitive video game market.

This is the second IDM Fund that Rocket 5 has received. In 2015 Rocket5 received the IDM Fund for Kitty Disastrous which is currently in development for next-gen consoles and desktop computers.


About Rocket 5 Studios
Rocket 5 is an award winning game and app development studio founded by game industry veterans Catherine Feraday Miller (DreamWorks, LucasArts, Crystal Dynamics) and Tim Miller (LucasArts, Secret Level, Nihilistic Software). Located in Toronto, Rocket 5 is committed to making innovative and entertaining software that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.

Since starting Rocket 5 in 2012 we’ve created several premium-priced mobile games based on our own IP including Giant Moto with over 1 Million downloads and The Phantom PI Mission Apparition winner of the Indie Prize Best Game in Show, Indie MEGABOOTH alumni and prominent features on Apple’s iOS and Apple TV stores. In addition to developing our own IP, we’ve also developed popular games for Cartoon Network. Rocket 5 is currently developing Kitty Disastrous, a platforming adventure game about love, calamity and being a cat for consoles and desktop computers.

Cathy Feraday Miller

Tim Miller

Kitty Disastrous First Look Trailer

Hello friends! We’re thrilled to present to your sexy, sexy eyeballs the Kitty Disastrous first look trailer!

Kitty Disastrous is a platforming adventure game about love, calamity and being a cat. While following your accident prone ferret friend from scrape to scrape, you’ll explore a small industrial town with reckless abandon and satisfy your thirst for wanton destruction. In her search for Ferris, Kitty encounters puzzles, people, and other citizens of the animal world that she can manipulate to help achieve her goal. Whatever Kitty touches turns to disaster.

Are you going to GDC? You can play Kitty Disastrous at GDC 2016 in GDC Play Booth PL211

Kitty Disastrous is currently in development for PC, Mac and TBA consoles. You can follow our development progress on, twitter, tumblr and you can direct emails to