Puzzlers, the brain-bending puzzle platformer from The Wonderful 101 developer The Wonderful 100, has been cancelled by the makers of the new Xbox 360 and PS3 games.
Puzzlers will no longer be available on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, according to a tweet from The Fine Brothers, makers of The Wonderful 102.
The studio tweeted that Puzzlers was no longer in development for the Xbox One.
“We’ve decided to cancel Puzzlers sequel due to the game’s poor sales, which we feel are unjustified,” The Fine Bros said in a tweet.
“Its sad to see the game end in this manner, but we hope it will help to motivate others to take the next step.
We’ll still be providing updates and news on the game, but the studio will no more be producing it.”
Puzzlers had been one of the most popular and critically acclaimed console puzzle games of the past decade.
The original game sold more than 8 million copies worldwide and had become a cult favourite in Japan.
The game was one of only four Xbox 360 titles to sell over 1 million copies, and The Wonderful100 sold over 100 million copies.
The series was made up of six spinoffs, including The Wonderful 103.
Puzzler was released in 2012 for the Wii, which has sold more copies than any other console, and it was also the first title in the series to be made into a 3D platformer, and was the first to feature a voice-acting cast.
Puzzles sequel was released last year for the Nintendo 3DS, which is the only other console in the Xbox family that can be played on a single screen.