Replay Studios

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Replay Studios
Type Private
Industry Video game industry
Founded 2002
Headquarters Hamburg, Germany
Key people Marc Moehring, Managing Director and Founder
Sascha Jungnickel, Creative Director and Founder
Products Video games

Replay Studios was an independent video game developer that created games for the seventh generation of gameconsoles and PC, targeted for the international market. Located in Hamburg, Germany, it was founded in 2002 by Marc Moehring and Sascha Jungnickel. Rumours circulating since 3 August 2009 have suggested that the company would be closing down after having filed for insolvency. [1]

Video games[edit]

Shutdown[edit]

On 25 August 2009, Atari announced in an email to a Crashday Hardcore Dedicate that Replay Studios have filed for insolvency. This resulted in the shutting down of their game servers.

By December 2009, a small group of dedicated players obtained the software, hardware and domain to create a New Master Server. This Server is now in full function, allowing Crashday to be played online once again.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Velvet Assassin developer closing down". PC Game Hardware. August 5, 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-05.