Two more senior executives have left Brash Entertainment, following the departure of president Nicholas Longano in May.
According to Variety, chief creative officer Larry Shapiro and co-founder Thomas Tull have both stepped down from the publisher.
Brash raised USD 400 million last year, with the intention of developing and releasing games based on movie, television and music properties.
At the time, the company claimed to have 12 titles in development and over 40 licenses in the bag. Releases so far have included Space Chimps, Alvin and the Chipmunks and Jumper.