Hydrophobia studio shut down

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Hydrophobia developer Dark Energy Digital has been shut down, administrators confirmed to GamesIndustry.biz.

The site reports that the company’s assets have been combined into a “pre-packed” deal with the recently created Dark Energy Publishing, a new company founded in January by Dark Energy Digital owners Pete and Deborah Jones, along with technical director Gary Leach. GI.biz also notes that the new outfit may “take control of physical assets and IP at a bargain price.”

Hydrophobia struggled to find a large audience, despite significant attempts to fix the game after it launched. Hopefully the next title Dark Energy works on will be more successful.

Source: GamesIndustry

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