Sales of ‘Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle’ to Discontinue Due to Licensing

It’s been five years since Jason Voorhees first slashed his way onto mobile devices with “Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle.” The game, which has players solving puzzles to help Jason terrorize his victims, was later ported to PC and all major consoles, but later this month will be no more, thanks to licensing.

Blue Wizard Digital, the makers of “Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle,” announced on Friday that due to the inability to renew the license for the game, they are winding down future sales of the game. As of January 23rd, 2023, “Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle” will be removed from the storefronts across all platforms. After that date, the game and its DLC will be unavailable to players.

That said, players who have already downloaded or purchased the game will still have access to the content. “We have been assured by all platforms that players who have already downloaded / purchased the game and made in-app purchases within the game will continue to have access to this content,” shared Blue Wizard Digital in an email announcing the news.

For those who haven’t purchased or played “Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle, you have until January 23 to grab it before it goes away forever. The game is available on Steam, the Apple App Store, Google Play, Nintendo Switch eShop, the Xbox One Store, and PlayStation Store. In “Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle,” players stalk campers across 150+ levels in the most gruesome puzzle game ever! Solve murderlicious puzzles to rank-up and unlock new weapons and special attacks. Help Jason terrorize victims from the campgrounds of Crystal Lake to the high-rises of Manhattan, from supermax prisons to space stations… and beyond!

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