GamesPaladin Studios announces its closure

Paladin Studios announces its closure

The Dutch company Paladin Studios has announced its closure.

The independent studio was founded in 2005 and currently had forty-five employees. Throughout their almost twenty years of experience they developed titles such as Good Job! for the Nintendo Switch eShop or mobile versions of Cut the Rope Remastered, Amazing Katamari Damacy or My Tamagotchi Forever.

Paladin games will remain open for the time being and there are plans to continue providing technical support in the future.

Derk de Geus, the company’s CEO, explained that the company has been forced to close after not finding new income-generating jobs and having exhausted the money they had in recent months.

“Yesterday we reached a turning point in our financial security. In the future and with the current forecasts it would have been an irresponsible decision to continue that would probably have caused bankruptcy.”

“We have therefore taken this step to close properly, giving all employees severance packages and remaining debt-free.”

“Please get in touch if you have open positions for design, programming, 2D art, 3D art, production, QA, administration or support team. All the skills are here, and these people are among the best in the industry.”

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