“Surreal” first-person game, developed by a former writer, is officially canceled. Joe Fielder of Boston area studio Day For Night Games announced the news in a . The game’s cancellation follows an .
“We’ve decided to shelve The Black Glove for now,” Fielder wrote.
After the Kickstarter campaign for The Black Glove came up short, Day For Night Games brought a demo to the Game Developers Conference and PAX East this year, pitching it to publishers.
Fielder explained that a few (unspecified) companies expressed interest, but the company was unable to “find the perfect glass slipper we were looking for.” Compounding the problem was the fact that the studio, at this time, started to lose key developers who left to take full-time jobs at other companies.
It’s been personally difficult to move away from The Black Glove, Fielder said, but he teased that the project may one day see the light of day.
“We intend to return to The Black Glove later when we can do it right,” he said.
The Black Glove was .
Fielder went on to say that he’s happy to report that many of the Day For Night Games employees have found new jobs. Fielder himself recently started at OtherSide Entertainment, where he serves as design director for .
DISCLOSURE: Joe Fielder is the former site director and editor of GameSpot.