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Mythicscape

Founded 2003 in Sweden, Mythicscape Online Entertainment was a small company focused on developing online games and Java based user interfaces. In addition to professional programmers Mythicscape worked with experienced gamers to produce rich and innovative gaming environments. Together with BatMUD they have developed a MUD client, BatClient.

Games from Mythicscape

  • Sharune: The Era of Blood and Steel (closed)
  • Sharune 2(Reloaded): Rise of the Damned. (reincarnation of Sharune)(closed)
  • Aeonfalls (closed for develop of Sharune 2(Reloaded))

References

  • BatMUD inform newsgroup post on v1.00 release of BatClient
  • Balanced Alternative Techniques ry and Mythicscape to Produce Client Platform for Multiuser Internet Games, press release, May 10, 2006
  • ScapeFX Homepage
  • Sharune 2(Reloaded) Homepage
  • Aeonfalls Homepage

External links

  • Official website


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