TradeWars: Dark Millennium

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Published By : NCsoft Corporation, Realm Interactive
Author Name : Brad Jeansonne, Dave Bernat, David Adams, John Pritchett, Salvatore Sferlazza
Year Written : 2000 edit...
Application Type : TW Spin-off edit...
For Version : Unknown edit...
Download : None edit...
Description :
"Trade Wars: Dark Millennium is set on both planetary and space environments that look as if they came
straight out of a science fiction movie," said NCsoft President Kim Taek-Jin. "Gamers who are used to
fantasy online games will soon be able to experience a new form of entertainment with Trade Wars. With
its unique action oriented role-playing style and heavy emphasis on player questing, we believe
it will significantly grow the online game market."

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Realm Interactive licensed TradeWars in 2000 and developed TradeWars: Dark Millennium until 2002 when the company was purchased by Richard Garriott's Destination Games/NCsoft Austin. Soon after, the TradeWars name was dropped, and the game became Exarch. Eventually, Exarch development was discontinued, with the team splitting up and moving on to other NCsoft projects, including Tabula Rasa which was being revamped after two years of development. The game was eventually picked back up (in 2005) and completed as Dungeon Runners, though by an entirely different group of developers. Dungeon Runners used the engine originally written for TW:DM by David Adams, as well as assets from earlier phases of the project, with additional new assets based on the concepts of Joe Madureira and others.

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[edit] Dungeon Runners Teaser

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