Zombie Studios closes its doors after two decades

Blacklight: Retribution

“So long and thanks for all the fish” reads the update from Zombie.

Zombie Studios has closed its doors today which was revealed in a statement on their website. The studio has been up and running for twenty years and the studio owners have decided to call it quits and retire. A new studio, Builder Box Games, has now spawned comprising of former Zombie Studios staffers who have also acquired some of the Zombie Studios assets including their shooter Blacklight: Retribution.

The statement reads:

“The owners of Zombie Studios are retiring and wish to thank you, our fans for the years of support you have provided us. It has been awesome working with all the various technology over the years, both hardware and software, growing with the industry and our fans, and producing fun games and technology of our own. We also wish to thank our employees, both present and past. Your dedication and passion to gaming is what Zombie is all about.

“The owners of Zombie Studios are retiring and wish to thank you, our fans for the years of support you have provided us. It has been awesome working with all the various technology over the years, both hardware and software, growing with the industry and our fans, and producing fun games and technology of our own. We also wish to thank our employees, both present and past. Your dedication and passion to gaming is what Zombie is all about.”

 

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