Flemish developer Grin have to close doors




Grin, the studio behind Flemish Woolfe: The closing Redhood Diaries, the doors must. Sales of the game is disappointing, so revenue failure. Filed for bankruptcy and auctioned the rights to the game.

In a long blog post on the studio’s website is founder Wim Wouters of bankruptcy known . The studio can not pay the bills cease to exist. Rights to last game of the Flemish studio, dark fairy tale Woolfe: The Redhood Diaries, will be auctioned. How many people lose their jobs by the bankruptcy is not known.

Wouters pulls in the blog post the sackcloth. He explains that he does not respond because he was rather embarrassed. After the game in March via Steam on the market, not only were the sales numbers against, including the assessment of the buyers left to be desired about. “It feels awful to live with the thought that we have disappointed you,” Wouters says.

The director further attempts to explain what went wrong in his eyes during the development process. It is brief, this means that the inexperienced studio has ignored the development of a game which is more than the two-dimensional games where the studio had experience with. In Woolfe stepped into the studio mid-development process in a game world that can best be described as 2.5D. Grin has existed for thirteen years and had been a one-man company that made two-dimensional web games.



In: Technology & Gadgets Asked By: [15446 Red Star Level]

Answer this Question

You must be Logged In to post an Answer.

Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »