'Joy-Toilet' Game Announces Improvements

NEW YORK — Triple-X Tycoon announced that it has made major improvements to its Joy-Toilet game.

"It's hard to believe that we started making this game as a quick experiment that was meant to divert our attention for three months at best. Eleven months ago it was a spreadsheet game. We went from text-based to multiple graphical UIs, pixelated appendages, camera savvy goblins and clowns who eat performers who let their feet hang off the bed for too long. I'm excited," developer Christon "Doop" LeJohn said.

The company said that last month the company launched a successful IndieGoGo campaign, raising more than 34 percent of its goal. It was their second attempt at crowdfunding after previously failing to reach the $1,000 goal via OffBeatr, an adult project fundraising platform.

LeJohn added, "We've finally reached a definite alpha stage with the game's new scope in mind. Lately there's been a trend toward rushing to get a game released for early access and whatnot, we won't be doing that. This decision ties into our belief that large sums of money don't lead to good games. We want to focus on the end goal, not endless patches."

The game is on track to be released on Windows PCs, Mac and Linux sometime in December, almost one year after it's initial release date.