This is a touchy subject, I have to say, I see this legally as a company, ARA, completed a project as contacted by Dutch Pinball. At some point the contractor, ARA was not made whole by Dutch Pinball. This then went in front of a judge with legal council on both sides involved. The judge, understand and presiding over this case felt that ARA was wronged in the matter and they were granted possession of this property. They intend to sell this property so that they, as the manufacturer can be made whole. That is their goal as a business and as terrible as anyone can make it sound, it's a business decision that has to be made.
My personal experience with Chris and Melissa, they are absolutely, 100% A 1 people. If Chris explains on here this is the only solution then I believe him as he has always been a man of his word with me and no doubt I would stand with him when he says there is an opportunity that games can potentially go into a more of production again.
I'm sure there is a cat and mouse game at play to a certain extent, however if this is the only option then some, myself included, may have lost our initial investment. Sorry for whomever lost their game, money, etc. Hard situation all around.