This was found on the front page of the BleuRose.com website:
"The release of Black & Bleu™ v10 marks the end of our participation in the Macintosh software marketplace.
The shrinking number of Mac users, the increasing reluctance of those users left to actually pay for software products and the apparently significant number of thieves willing to steal rather than pay at all coupled with Apple's seeming lack of concern about compatibility across its product versions and the alarming problem with its software quality (over 100,000 new bugs reported during the months of October & November, 2004 alone) has combined to render Mac OS software development unprofitable for us.
So with this final release of Black & Bleu™, we will be exiting from the Mac application marketplace and focusing our attention on other areas of endeavor.
Bleu Rose Ltd. will continue to exist but with a much different product direction in the future.
We will continue to make copies of our current products available here on our web site for the next several months."
The standard version is $30, while the pro version is $130.
Yikes! Nobody could afford it! Another reason?
Here's a link to the "no-so-great" reviews Black & Bleu gets @ versiontracker.com: