Brash sued by developers for non-payment

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 18 November 2008 15:27 GMT

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According to this Variety report, now-defunct Brash is being sued by developers 7 Studios and Zootfly for non-payment.

They’re not chasing a tenner, either. From the piece:

L.A.-based 7 Studios says Brash owes it $468,000 for its work on “9,” an adaptation of an upcoming animated film from Focus Features produced by Tim Burton (one of the few games on Brash’s slate I didn’t previously know about) and $113,000 for “Six Flags Fun Park,” (pictured left) a Wii and DS mini-game collection that’s supposed to be coming out right about now (has anybody seen it on shelves?). Slovenian developer Zootfly, meanwhile, says Brash owes it $748,000 for work on the videogame version of the Fox TV show “Prison Break.”

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