The Sinking City is back on Steam… but for how long?
I happened to check The Sinking City’s SteamDB page today and was surprised to see that the game just returned to sale on the platform once again. It looks like the game also popped back online briefly on June 18th before disappearing later the same day. Earlier in the year, Frogwares updated their post from
Frogwares pulls The Sinking City from most platforms amid legal struggles with publisher
Frogwares Studio’s Sergey Oganesyan posted an open letter on the company’s blog on August 25th to explain why The Sinking City has just disappeared from most platforms. It’s a detailed read, calling out shorted payments from publisher Bigben Interactive/Nacon and their subversion of Frogwares intellectual property. There’s plenty of detail if you’re so inclined but
Frogwares confirms delisted titles, brings Sherlock Holmes to GOG plus a Studio Sale
Following up after the surprising news that their titles from publisher Focus Home Interactive were being removed from console and PC storefronts, Frogwares has issued official confirmation of the delistings. The studio posted a press release on October 4th to confirm that 9 out of their 10 store listings had been removed. “The outcome is
Focus Home Interactive delists Frogwares titles without notice
In the wake of the unfortunate news regarding publisher Nicalis and Ittle Dew 2 developer Ludosity, news broke on September 26th of another similar situation between a different pair of studios. Longtime Sherlock Holmes developer, Frogwares, posted a letter to Twitter explaining that their publishing partner at Focus Home Interactive had enacted a new policy