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Wimo Games confirms shuts down

Texas-based Wimo Games seems to have closed its doors yesterday, as former employees shared the news on social media.

Associate software engineer Walter Hill said on LinkedIn that the independent developer and publisher shut down. Principal concept artist Kevin T. Chin also shared the news on X.

Hill told Kotaku that there were 35 people working at the studio at the time of its closure. has reached out to Wimo Games for more information regarding the decision to shut down.

Wimo Games was founded in 2021, and is behind games such as Battle Bows, Micro Machines: Mini Challenge Mayhem, and RPG Dice: Heroes of Whitestone.

Update, January 19: Wimo CEO Dave Rosen confirmed the closure in a statement to

“I can confirm that this week we began winding down operations at Wimo Games,” Rosen said. “It’s been an incredible three years working with this fantastic team and this is not the outcome we had hoped for.

We’re immensely proud of our work on RPG Dice: Heroes of Whitestone, Battle Bows, and most recently, Micro Machines: Mini Challenge Mayhem. We’re grateful to each and every player that bought the games our team poured so much of their hard work into.

“Our passionate and incredibly talented team members will be looking for new jobs and were provided severance to assist in the transition. If you have roles available, or if you’ve spotted any openings, please contact Wimo through LinkedIn or those individuals directly. We appreciate our players and the many organizations who have collaborated with us so much.”

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