Phil Fish has quit gaming again, reports CraveOnline, saying the Fex developer has put his company and the Fez brand up for sale. They say this came after Polytron's website and Twitter account were compromised resulting in the public posting of passwords, email addresses, and PayPal information. This was originally reported as the act of 4Chan's /v/ channel, but a subsequent follow-up casts doubt on that conclusion. The Polytron website currently displays a maintenance message, and their Twitter account is suspended at this time. This is not Mr. Fish's first such conflict, as he famously cancelled Fez II a year ago, at the time saying he was "doing it to get out of games." He also deleted his personal Twitter account two months ago after making some comments about the monetization of YouTube "let's play" videos.
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