What Happened To Bonk: Brink Of Extinction Developer Pi Studios?

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Texas based Pi Studios worked on Rock Band and Call of Duty ports, but were also developing new games for Activision like the unreleased Sing Hero and completed Bomberman Live: Battlefest for Hudson. Pi Studios quietly shut down after Bonk: Brink of Extinction was canceled. Sources explained to Siliconera the game, which would have been released as a digital download for PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360 was essentially complete.

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Pi Studios shut down in spring 2011, but many employees continued to work together at Oscar Mike Games. The newly formed studio received investment money to create video games for iOS and Android.


Oscar Mike Games quickly developed and released games like Left Bee-Hind HD, Bloxus, My Vampire Boyfriend, and Spell Slingers.




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You won’t find any of these games on iTunes or Google Play because unfortunately for all of the former Pi Studios employees Oscar Mike Games closed last summer.

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