Brighton, England-based publisher Lace Mamba Global has responded to recent accusations by developer CBE Software that it broke its publishing agreements for J.U.L.I.A. and J.U.L.I.A. Untold when it failed to deliver money the two companies "mutually agreed upon" or royalty payments. The developer claimed that it tried to resolve the issue with the publisher amicably but gave up on that after it received no response from the publisher. But Lace Mamba said that CBE Software's statement was false and full of inaccuracies and that they had only recently become aware of CBE's statement.
"This press release contained a number of inaccuracies and false statements that we had only become aware of via the release of this statement," said Lace Mamba. "Lace Mamba Global would like to state that they have tried to contact CBE Software to resolve this issue amicably but have yet been successful in raising a response."
While the publisher denies CBE's accusations, it sounds like it wants to resolve the matter amicably and quietly:
"Out of respect for confidentiality to those parties involved we do not wish to publicly comment further at this time on individual matters relating to this or any other issue raised by either this press release or subsequent comments."
CBE Software is currently trying to get the Steam Community to approve its game J.U.L.I.A. for inclusion on the platform via a Steam Greenlight campaign.