Many might remember that Epic Games did the impossible last year and saved a number of employees from now-defunct BigBig Games when 38 Studios went bankrupt and shuttered last year. Borrowing from the situation's namesake, Epic formed Impossible Studios out of those employees and put them to work on developing Infinity Blade: Dungeons.
For a time, things looked bright for the fledgling developer, but unfortunately Epic announced the closure of the studio today in a message on their website. "It was a bold initiative and the Impossible folks made a gallant effort, but ultimately it wasn“t working out for Epic," company founder Tim Sweeney said.
In the meantime, the employees will be getting 3 months' severance pay and the option for the studio to reform under the same the name and logo should they desire to do so. Game Podunk wishes the best to those affected by the shuttering of Impossible Studios.