Multiverse, the developer behind planned Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly MMOs, has closed down, citing a lack of “profitable business model”. The company claims to have drawn interest from “thousands” of developers in its line of MMO middleware. Neither of its flagship titles had been shown in detail. TenTonHammer has the full text of the announcement should Multiverse’s domain expire.
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Firefly Online will bring back the original TV show cast to reprise their roles in the game.
Firefly Online, a multi-user strategic roleplaying game based on the television series, will finally be released during summer of 2014. The news comes from io9 which was given an exclusive look at the game in development at QMXi and Spark Plug Games. In it, players will captain a ship and recruit crew to facilitate trade […]
Good news, Whedonites – Massively reports a newly-founded developer called Multiverse Foundation has picked up the freely-released source code for the canned Multiverse MMO platform project. The new team is apparently “starting work full-time on the actual MMO creation platform” and will move on securing the rights to Firefly as its first game if fan […]