From Gamebuino facebook:
I regret to announce that the company AADALIE SAS, which carries the Gamebuino project, is in judicial liquidation.
It is disappointing to see such a promising project come to a halt so soon. I grant you that. But let’s not forget that thousands of Made in France consoles have been sold throughout the world, and hundreds of games have been created. It will have been a modest contribution to reveal the digital talents of tomorrow, and to export products made with love in France.
Unfortunately, a misfortune like we rarely see has blocked the path of the fiery passions and pugnacity of the contributors and the team. I will not go into detail here. After more than a year of struggle, as hard as it was desperate, there was no other choice but to proceed with the liquidation.
If you are interested in acquiring the company’s assets (patents, trademark, website, goodwill, components, consoles, etc.), contact me for more information on the auction at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If no one takes over the project, it will disappear silently and remain in our memories.
Thank you all for your trust and contributions,
PS: I’m gradually adding exclusive content to my blog, for example the kit version of the Gamebuino META that never saw the light of day. You can check it out, and subscribe to stay up to date with my future projects.
It’s here : aurelienrodot.com (under construction)
That’s a bummer I guess because of the pandemic has put a lot of stress on a lot of people. I always liked to see the Gamebuino out there because it meant there was a market for these kind of products.
I don’t know, it’s kind of a long shot and I don’t how much liquid capital it would require but to maybe at least get the website, host some legacy support for the Gamebuino but focus it on directing people to Arduboy? Maybe put some more energy into the arduboy-gamebuino library?
Even longer shot, maybe if a few people wanted to pool together to create a new company to share ownership of gamebuino?