OverviewBrash Entertainment, LLC. was a US development and publishing studio launched in June 2007 with the aim to create games based on popular film, television and music properties. It was co-founded by Thomas Tull, Bert Ellis, Nicholas Longano and Mitch Davis.
During its tenure the company released three games based on movie properties: Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007), Jumper: Griffin's Story (2008) and Space Chimps (2008) - but all of them were generally not well received by the press and in sales.
In November 2008 it was revealed the company had let go twenty employees. According to Variety, the studio was also working to sell back acquired licenses. Before that, the studio had released Six Flags Fun Park in October 2008 and was working on Where the Wild Things Are and a game adaptation of Saw. Other announced titles such as Tale of Desperaux, Prison Break, Night at the Museum 2, Clash of the Titans, 300 and a game adaptation of Superman (co-developed with Factor 5) and Flash (with BottleRocket Entertainment), were left in limbo. Saw was acquired by Konami who released it in October 2009.
On 13th November 2008 Variety reported that the company would officially go out of business the next day. This eventually affected the studios it had signed development deals with, as Factor 5, Inc. closed down in May 2009 because of Brash' disappearance.
TriviaContact information (July 2008)
Brash Entertainment, LLC
6353 West Sunset Boulevard, 6th Floor
Hollywood, CA 90028
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