Mithis produced two titles, a space-based strategy game called Nexus: The Jupiter Incident and a shooter game called Creature Conflict: The Clan Wars. It was working on Battlestations: Midway (a World War II naval strategy game) and Creature Conflict: The Clan Wars ("a blend of turn-based tactical and real time action/arcade elements") when it was purchased to be an in house developer by English video game publisher Eidos Interactive in 2006, renaming the studio to Eidos Studios Hungary.
Eidos Studios Hungary was purchased by Square Enix along with the rest of the Eidos Interactive franchise in 2009 and the studio was closed by Square Enix in 2010. Part of the crew later went on to form Most Wanted Entertainment.
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