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The team at 38 Studios created a video game that is today nearing 4 million copies sold worldwide, and was working on a game that was so innovative it has yet to be matched. The company went bankrupt, and that will always be on me, as the founder and chairman. My failure to raise the final tranche of money to complete Copernicus was, in the end, our death blow, and I will take that to the grave. In addition to that, the final month was such a nightmare for the people and families of 38 Studios; it set fire to five years of team building that I believe was, and is, unsurpassed in software development.

Lincoln Chafee toured 38 Studios after taking office. At the end of that tour, he said he would do his best to make it work.

When he stated in his Sept. The state-backed program existed for exactly the sort of company we were. We had been able to legally access the credit on more than one occasion prior to this, and there was no reason this time would be any different. There were no other companies in the queue. I never took a dime in salary or anything else, so the money was spent on the things you must spend it on to grow and create a successful business: We were contractually obligated to submit monthly financial reports.

We did, on time, every single month. As with everything else I did at 38 Studios, I made sure that we abided by the terms of the agreement, to the letter. We had quarterly and, when asked, monthly meetings to which we invited state legislators and the governor Chafee never once showed. There was never any grey area about where we stood financially. No state officials were ever in the dark unless they chose to be.

Had we reported even one wrong fact during the entire time, you can bet that would have been presented to the public as a "failure" or "lie" on our part or been something any federal agency looking into this would have called out, pursued, and prosecuted.

But it was very obvious at the first meeting of the Economic Development Corporation that Governor Chafee attended that he had neither seen nor heard about anything relating to our reports. He had been provided everything he could have wanted or needed to be informed, yet beyond of the name of our company he knew nothing. Our desire to have Rhode Island be a part of our growth was huge.

Having the state at our side at investor meetings, as I expected, would have been an enormous plus. Next to me, the state was our biggest investor. The state, and very specifically Chafee, never micromanaged anything. It is crucial that the public understand the numbers. Less than two weeks prior to the move to Providence, we were informed of the change in the bond amount.

To say we were stunned would not do our reaction justice. Ask anyone who runs a business. When you are promised X dollars, and X dollars go into your budget, and you end up getting Y dollars, much less than X, that presents enormous issues.

I have been around Hall of Fame players and solid, professional business leaders and human beings, and leaders in an active theater of war. I can say unequivocally that Lincoln Chafee is the most inept, simple-minded phony I have ever known. It was not hard to see why his favorability rating, which had to do with many other things than 38 Studios, was so low when one dealt with him in business, in person. I continue to ask, and ask, and ask some more, for someone in the media to ask Chafee to name one thing that he ever did, in word or deed, to help 38 Studios.

There is nothing on record, because it never happened. I know why, because I was there. Foulkes, who, by the way, is as professional and intelligent as they come, came to 38 Studios during the final three months. We showed her everything.

She was in lockstep with where we were and what we needed to do. She was there the day we all sat with Chafee in a crucial meeting to discuss the future of 38 Studios. The meeting began with the governor reading from an opinion piece on the "sexuality" of a character in our newly launched game, "Reckoning. Have you ever been in a situation where one person is talking and unaware of the people around him looking at each other with clenched faces, as if to say: Is this guy serious?

In a meeting convened to figure out how to help 38 Studios continue, and protect the state's investment, he proceeded to say this: I swear I was waiting for someone to announce that this was all some sort of "Punked" episode or a prank. Where were the candid cameras? No one could be this dense, this stupid. When the tax credit issue surfaced, it did so after what can only be described as a filthy and fraudulent lie by the governor. In an industry with almost 70 percent turnover, we had 4 percent turnover in our five-plus years.

The team was the best. The plan was a good one. There was nothing more important to me than to have the commitment and love of a world-changing team.

Failing them was the biggest mistake I have ever made, but I did so putting my money where my mouth was, and trying to go big. Let me be clear: Anyone telling you anything different is lying. You can hate the deal, you can hate the Rhode Island leadership, you can hate the process, you can hate me. All of that is fair. But the way the state treated the plus taxpaying citizens who worked there was, and always will be, one of the most disgusting things I have ever seen.

Look at the psychological impact alone on the people of Rhode Island. His 12 seconds on the national stage as a Democratic presidential candidate before being dismissed let the world see what I knew. Chafee is a liar and a phony. He was unqualified to be governor. He lacked the skills to insert himself into and influence a business deal that was way over his subpar ability to understand.

What he did, and did not do, for the people of Rhode Island, and especially for the employees of 38 Studios, is something I will not let people forget. I lost my own father when I was Digital access or digital and print delivery.

Chafee was disconnected The state, and very specifically Chafee, never micromanaged anything. Governor's strange behavior Mrs. Blaming me for the 38 Studios failure was the governor's right.

Curt Schilling is the former founder and chairman of 38 Studios.

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Lincoln Chafee toured 38 Studios after taking office. At the end of that tour, he said he would do his best to make it work. When he stated in his Sept. The state-backed program existed for exactly the sort of company we were. We had been able to legally access the credit on more than one occasion prior to this, and there was no reason this time would be any different.

There were no other companies in the queue. I never took a dime in salary or anything else, so the money was spent on the things you must spend it on to grow and create a successful business: We were contractually obligated to submit monthly financial reports. We did, on time, every single month. As with everything else I did at 38 Studios, I made sure that we abided by the terms of the agreement, to the letter.

We had quarterly and, when asked, monthly meetings to which we invited state legislators and the governor Chafee never once showed. There was never any grey area about where we stood financially. No state officials were ever in the dark unless they chose to be. Had we reported even one wrong fact during the entire time, you can bet that would have been presented to the public as a "failure" or "lie" on our part or been something any federal agency looking into this would have called out, pursued, and prosecuted.

But it was very obvious at the first meeting of the Economic Development Corporation that Governor Chafee attended that he had neither seen nor heard about anything relating to our reports. He had been provided everything he could have wanted or needed to be informed, yet beyond of the name of our company he knew nothing. Our desire to have Rhode Island be a part of our growth was huge.

Having the state at our side at investor meetings, as I expected, would have been an enormous plus. Next to me, the state was our biggest investor.

The state, and very specifically Chafee, never micromanaged anything. It is crucial that the public understand the numbers. Less than two weeks prior to the move to Providence, we were informed of the change in the bond amount.

To say we were stunned would not do our reaction justice. Ask anyone who runs a business. When you are promised X dollars, and X dollars go into your budget, and you end up getting Y dollars, much less than X, that presents enormous issues. I have been around Hall of Fame players and solid, professional business leaders and human beings, and leaders in an active theater of war. I can say unequivocally that Lincoln Chafee is the most inept, simple-minded phony I have ever known. It was not hard to see why his favorability rating, which had to do with many other things than 38 Studios, was so low when one dealt with him in business, in person.

I continue to ask, and ask, and ask some more, for someone in the media to ask Chafee to name one thing that he ever did, in word or deed, to help 38 Studios. There is nothing on record, because it never happened. I know why, because I was there. Foulkes, who, by the way, is as professional and intelligent as they come, came to 38 Studios during the final three months. We showed her everything. She was in lockstep with where we were and what we needed to do.

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