Cthulhu Saves the World bundle, which includes both the humorous Lovecraftian romp and Breath of Death VII, has moved over 100,000 downloads since its July release on Steam. The developer is "ecstatic" about the milestone, saying that "the days of worrying over whether or not we could support our families while making games we would want to play ourselves are behind us." He adds, "There is obviously a definite audience for quality console-style RPGs that are aggressively priced on the PC."
Meanwhile, the two games haven't faired nearly as well on their original platform, Xbox Live Indie Games. Breath of Death VII, available since April 2010 on XBLIG, has moved 55,000 downloads to date, while Cthulhu, available since December 2010, has only generated 20,000 downloads. Readers will recall that the PC bundle actually outperformed a year's worth of Zeboyd's XBLIG revenue only a week after its release.
Zeboy's next title will be the resurrection of the once-canceled Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness - Episode 3, though the studio also has other projects -- including "RPGs as well as games from other genres" -- in the pipeline.