The legal row between publisher SouthPeak Interactive and developer Paradox Interactive has been resolved, with the former agreeing to pay up.
SouthPeak previously failed to pay Paradox $585,000 it had collected from sales of its games due to insolvency. Paradox then filed a lawsuit against SouthPeak.
However a new statement released by the publisher said both parties had reached a “mutually agreeable resolution,” dismissing the lawsuit.
"We are pleased to have reached an amicable conclusion," said CEO of Paradox Fredrik Wester.
"SouthPeak's ability to settle this matter swiftly is a tribute to their professionalism and their sound financial integrity.”
Chairman of SouthPeak's Board of Directors Terry Phillips added: "We are pleased to have resolved this matter quickly and to be able to move forward with a focus on continuing to grow our business."