Murdered: Soul Suspect and Quantum Conundrum Developer Airtight Games Has Closed its Doors

on July 2, 2014 8:32 PM

Airtight Games, the developer behind Dark Void, Quantum Conundrum and most recently Murdered: Soul Suspect, has closed its doors after 10 years.

Geekwire went to the company’s headquarters in Redmond and found this sign which says that they are selling all of their office equipment at deep discounts.


Their official website is still up but it doesn’t mention their closure. On Twitter however the company has openly stated that they have indeed closed down.

The company has been struggling for a while now and had to lay off 14 employees earlier this year.

It’s always sad to report on these sort of stories. Nobody likes to see a studio being closed, especially an independent one. We wish the best to all of the former members of Airtight Games and hope that they can find employment elsewhere soon.

Picture used in this post comes from Geekwire.

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