This week we played Detarune, the follow to the mahoosively popular Undertale.

Below is the entire Wikipedia Page of Toby Fox, as promised....

"Toby Fox (born October 11, 1991) is an American video game developer and composer. He is best known for developing the critically acclaimed video game Undertale, released in September 2015. He also developed a related game called Deltarune, the first chapter of which was released on October 31, 2018 for free as a “survey”. He also composed various pieces of music for the webcomic Homestuck.

Fox studied at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, studying environmental science. Fox started composing a variety of music for Andrew Hussie's 2009 webcomic Homestuck during his senior year of high school. Fox initially did not respond when Hussie started a "Music Contribution Team" in April 2009 and put up a news post asking musicians to participate. However, Hussie took note of his work when Fox started uploading piano covers of the webcomic's music on the MS Paint Adventures forums. Fox also co-composed the music for the 2017 Homestuck video game Hiveswap.

Fox's most popular work is the 2015 role-playing video game Undertale, which sold more than a million copies, becoming a "breakout hit" and "pop-culture phenomenon". Fox worked on the entire game independently, besides the art assets; which he had asked Temmie Huang for help with, he decided to work independently to avoid relying on others. Fox had little game development experience before Undertale, using RPG Maker 2000 with his three brothers to make role-playing games along with making some EarthBound ROM hacks in high school, the most notable of which being Earthbound: The Halloween Hack. He thought of the character designs and ideas for Undertale in college, where he drew them in his notebook.

Following its release, the game garnered an extensive fanbase and a large degree of controversy over the praise garnered by the game. Fox commented that he did not mind if people stated that they did not like the game, saying that it was "not for everyone". Despite Undertale's awards and widespread acclaim, Fox wrote that his personal opinion was that the game was still "niche" and deserved an "8/10" review score.

In 2016, Fox released a number of unused musical tracks from Undertale. He also became a contributor to the A Profound Waste of Time magazine. More recently, Fox was chosen to be part of the 2018 Games Forbes 30 Under 30 list for his role in creating Undertale. On October 31, 2018, he released the first chapter of the followup to Undertale, named Deltarune."