Code Club AB
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|Industry||Video game industry|
|Rolf Jansson (CEO)|
Code Club AB is a Swedish video game developer based in Motala. The company was founded by Rolf Jansson and Markus Persson in 2007, and was formerly known as Mojang Specifications AB and Onetoofree AB. Code Club developed Wurm Online, a massively multiplayer online sandbox game, and its successor, Wurm Unlimited.
Code Club AB was founded as Mojang Specifications AB by Rolf Jansson and Markus Persson in 2007, as their game, Wurm Online, began to turn a profit. Later in 2007, Markus Persson stepped out of the project and left the company. However, he wished to retain the "Mojang" name for himself, leading Jansson to rename the company Onetoofree AB. Jansson had issues explaining the name to others without having to spell it out, wherefore the company assumed a new name, Code Club AB, which was announced on 12 October 2011.
|Wurm Online||12 December 2012||Sandbox||Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows|
|Wurm Unlimited||12 October 2015||Sandbox||Linux, Microsoft Windows|
- Chung, Ernest (22 April 2015). "Interview with CEO of Code Club AB: Developer of Sandbox MMO – Wurm Online". Xsolla. Archived from the original on 24 January 2018.
- "Wurm Online's studio changes its moniker". 10 December 2011.