one-bad-eggOne Bad Egg, the start-up formed to produce D&D 4E material, is calling it quits just shy of 1 year in operation. In a statement posted on the company’s web site, Fred Hicks listed several reasons for the decision, including disappointing sales and the inability to participate in Wizards of the Coast’s D&D Insider.

We’ve got a number of reasons for the decision … but it all boiled down to a collective lack of the wind staying in our sails.  This is not because we’ve fallen out of love with fourth edition — quite to the contrary, in fact.  But loving playing and running the game is much different beast from loving writing for and doing third party design work for the game, at the end of the day.

One Bad Egg’s existing product line will be picked up by Highmoon Games, making sure that products such as Witch Doctor, Armies, and Cultures will remain available to future customers online.