Developer CBE Software has accused UK published Lace Mamba Global of breach of contract, citing unpaid royalties for its work over ten months on J.U.L.I.A. and J.U.L.I.A. Untold. Lace Mamba told GamesIndustry that it wasn’t aware CBE had any complaints and had not been able to contact the developer to seek a resolution once it did become aware of the allegations. The publisher has since declined to give further comment while it negotiates with CBE Software. CBE has declared its publishing contract void, and J.U.L.I.A. has now been submitted for Steam Greenlight.
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Three more indie developers have raised their voices in complaints about Lace Mamba Global, with one ready to take legal action against the multi-national publisher.
Vampires!, a puzzle game in development at CBE Software, has a new video you need to watch, and if you like how the game looks, head over to Greenlight and give it a thumbs up. In it, you will lure your little bloodsuckers to safety, because if left to their own devices, they will run […]
J.U.L.I.A. developer CBE Interactive has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to fund an improved version of the science fiction adventure, with new graphics, extra content, more puzzles and easy mode. This is of particular note because the original J.U.L.I.A. was published by Lace Mamba, and the public falling out between developer and publisher triggered a scandal […]