Jasco Games has reached an agreement with Crash of Games parent Geek Chic to distribute all of the remaining Crash of Games inventory.  “Crash of Games and Geek Chic have cordially separated and as such there will be no foreseeable re-prints of any of these lines,” Jasco CEO Jason Hawronsky told ICv2.  “Jasco Games is happy to get the games back into distribution and they will all be available while supplies last.”

Crash of Games had joined Geek Chic in February of 2016 (see “Crash Games Joins Geek Chic”).

The move comes in the wake of the January shut-down of Crash of Games after a “Get 2 Great Games & Help Save Crash Games” Kickstarter raised $34,215 from 1,057 backers, a little over half what was needed to save the company, according to a YouTube video posted at the time by company founder Patrick Nickell.

Nickell described shipping the games for the final Kickstarter from space provided by Greater than Games, the last operation before the company shut down. 

The previously announced reprint of the award-winning Finca, originally released in the U.S. by Rio Grande Games (see “Crash of Games Revives ‘Finca’”), will not be done, Nickell said.