Developer Zoe Mode has cut a handful of jobs in its Brighton office, GamesIndustry.biz understands - although only in the course of the natural end of some projects.
The studio remains a priority for parent company Zoe Mode, whose CEO Nigel Robbins has moved quickly to allay fears of anything more significant.
"It is true that we are realigning some of the team at Zoe Mode in Brighton and this is due to the ebb and flow of projects across the calendar year," he told GamesIndustry.biz today.
"However, Zoe Mode continues to be one of our most successful (and largest) studios and there is certainly an exciting future ahead for Ed Daly and his team based on the large number of projects in development, both in Europe and the US."
Robbins, who took over from Kuju founder Ian Baverstock last month previously told GamesIndustry.biz that he felt the existing studio line-up was strong, and if anything the company would look to expand - either by acquisition or organic growth.