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Mobile publisher BulkyPix enters liquidation

BulkyPix, the mobile publisher behind Pix’n Love Rush, Bardbarian andPenumbear, has begun liquidation. The company, which was founded seven years ago by former Vivendi staffers, declared bankruptcy at the end of March, saying it would seek out a potential buyer to save it – a search that was ultimately fruitless. …

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Westone Bit Entertainment, creator of Wonder Boy, to file for bankruptcy

Long-standing Japanese developer Westone Bit Entertainment is reportedly facing bankruptcy. An industry stalwart for almost three decades, Westone is best known as the creator of 1986 hit arcade side-scroller Wonder Boy, which was relaunched on the NES as Hudson’s Adventure Island, and the Monster World series, which was recently collated …

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THQ bankruptcy case closed, liquidation approved

The bankruptcy of defunct publisher THQ has come to an end now that a liquidation plan has been approach. US bankruptcy judge Mary F. Walrath approved of the plan, which will pay creditors using the proceeds from sales of THQ’s IP, games and assets, according to Bloomberg. THQ’s properties, such …

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GAME Australia enters liquidation

After along period of uncertainty, GAME isentering liquidation, and its administrator PriceWaterhouseCoopers has issued a final statement. The statement states that all remaining stores are closing down, and confirms the final numbers of staff being let go (after theinitial round of layoffstook place after thefirst creditors’ meetingon 23rd May) as …

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UPDATE: i-Globe enters liquidation

Derby-based video games accessory manufacturer I-Globe has entered liquidation. The firm was best known as once being the exclusive accessories supplier to High Street chain Blockbuster, though has had little exposure at UK retail for some time. It’s website has been taken down. There has been no activity on its …

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GLS enters liquidation

GLS Games Distribution has gone into liquidation. The firm has blamed a delayed insurance claim over stolen stock for the closure as funds dry up. The company’s warehouse was broken into last summer. Creditors have been contacted and a meeting was held on Monday, January 24th to distribute GLS’ assets …

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Discstribution faces liquidation

Mounting debts have pushed Discstribution to the brink of liquidation. A meeting of the firm’s creditors will be held on Monday, August 16th to analyse the trading history of the company and the reason why it cannot continue its business. The main purpose of this assembly will be to appoint …

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