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Developer also cancels unannounced projects

Phil Fish quits development, puts Polytron Partners and Fez IP up for sale

Phil Fish has seemingly left the games industry once again.

The developer announced via Twitter that he will be putting his company Polytron up for sale, along with the rights to his indie hit Fez, before closing his account.

Fish famously quit games development, Twitter and the industry just over a year ago, cancelling Fez 2 in the process.

He announced he would be cancelling his unannounced projects and putting his studio up for sale, declaring that "no reasonable offer will be refused", according to MCV.

Update: This article has been updated, 22/08/2014 17:00

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