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'Rick and Morty' co-creator wants to hire you for his VR world

Writer, producer and voice actor Justin Roiland says he wants to make "super duper games" through his new VR development company, Squanchtendo Games.

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"We want to make stuff that people love. Games that we want to play ourselves," Squanchtendo Games said on its website.

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Fans of "Rick and Morty" know co-creator Justin Roiland as the voices of both main characters on the hit Adult Swim animated comedy. But Roiland also has another passion aside from voicing quirky characters.

On Thursday, Roiland announced Squanchtendo Games, a new virtual-reality studio created with former Epic Games executive producer Tanya Watson.

"We just want to make super duper games dooood," Roiland said on the company's website.

While Squanchtendo Games hasn't released any info about the games the new VR company will be creating as of yet, Roiland and Watson are in search of talented writers and artists.

Roiland knows a thing or two about the VR world. He previous helped create a VR "Rick and Morty" simulator called Virtual Rick-ality with Owlchemy Labs, and was one of the first backers for the Oculus Kickstarter campaign.