SimCity creator Will Wright has settled a lawsuit which had grounded developer Hive Mind. The settlement seems quite amicable, judging by VentureBeat‘s report, with both sides expressing respect for each other and Wright noting that Hive Mind’s “operating team can take the company forward”. Nobody’s quite sure what Hive Mind is actually up to; its first, self-titled game is said to customise itself totally to the user and match them with like-minded individuals through a blend of entertainment, lifestyle and personal tools.
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Hive Mind, the “personal gaming” developer founded by Sims creator Will Wright, has been locked down by an ongoing legal battle with its former CEO.
Will Wright has announced the formation of a new startup called Syntertainment, which will focus on blending “reality and entertainment.” The firm was co-founded by Avi Bar-Zeev who will serve as CTO, CPO and acting CEO. A group of investors in the firm include former EA CEO John Riccitiello, the Mayfield Fund, Foursquare executive Dennis […]
Sim City creator and Maxis founder Will Wright has said Microsoft’s licensing policies reversal is indicative of a broader, positive trend towards getting gamers involved in shaping their experiences.