2D Boy co-founder Kyle Gabler (World Of Goo) and Experimental Gameplay Project cohort Kyle Gray (Henry Hatsworth) have founded the "authentic indie labor"-powered developer Tomorrow Corporation.

The duo have teamed up with fellow Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center graduate and World Of Goo dev Allan Blomquist, with all three developers also co-founders of the influential rapid prototyping-centric Experimental Gameplay Project.

An EGP announcement of the studio notes that the trio "have been silently toiling away on an actual real game for months now, and while we’re not yet ready to announce it, expect more information to flow from our brand new studio’s brand new website."

The official site's art style reflects the visual persona of World Of Goo co-creator Gabler, who also continues to operate 2D Boy with Indie Fund co-founder Ron Carmel.

As referenced above, he is joined by former Electronic Arts staffer Kyle Gray -- creator of the critically acclaimed Nintendo DS title Henry Hatsworth In The Puzzling Adventure before departing EA Tiburon.

"The secret to a truly great indie game is that special human touch," said a Tomorrow Corporation spokeswoman alongside the announcement, "which our producers have scheduled for insertion shortly before the product ships."