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 Mar 18, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* Blue 52 Closes Shop

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MCV-UK has word that word that Blue 52, the coders behind Stolen, have closed up shop.

Seems to happen more and more these days - a small games company finishes their game, and then the doors close.

Sources close to the London-based developer indicate that a small team has relocated to alternative premises to complete work on Stolen, and that the company is set to rise from the ashes as a new business initiative, Curve Games Studios, with the same core staff later this year.

?We are continuing to pursue new development contracts with other publishing partners,? said Mindang. It is not known what will happen with previously announced project Deadlight.

 

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