US developer Super X Studios is seeking a new publisher for PC and Xbox safari sim Wild Earth after terminating its publishing agreement with Digital Jesters Limited.
Super X Studios' announcement comes after US firm Myriad invested USD 5 million in Digital Jesters and formed The DJ Group, which is taking over the Digital Jesters name.
"It has come to our awareness that the company we signed with, Digital Jesters Limited, will not be able to fulfill its publishing role as its staff and assets are being subsumed by the new DJ Group publishing company," said studio owner James Thrush.
"We wish them well on their new venture but as of this moment we are looking to place Wild Earth, which is now completed, with another publisher."
Wild Earth is set in Africa and gives players the chance to explore the Serengeti National Park, taking photographs of flora and fauna. The game won the Seaman McNally grand prize, the innovation in game design award and innovation in visual art award at the Independent Games Festival.
Wild Earth has also been developed by Super X Studios as a motion simulator thrill ride, which can be found in the city zoos of Philadelphia, Miami and San Diego.