Coreplay

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Coreplay
GmbH
Industry console game development
Successor Grimlore Games
Founded 2007 (2007)
Defunct 2013 (2013)
Headquarters Munich, Germany
Products Ion Assault
Number of employees
15+

Coreplay was a computer game developer located in Munich, Germany. The company was founded by Peter Ohlmann and Andreas Drude in 2007. Peter Ohlmann previously worked on The Settlers II, Knights and Merchants and SpellForce 2. Coreplay shut down in September 2013 due to issues with their publisher, bitComposer, while Chaos Chronicles was still in development.[1]

With Ion Assault, Coreplay was the first German game development company that released a game on Xbox Live Arcade.

Their project Jagged Alliance: Back in Action was announced to be released on February 2012. The game is a remake of an older game Jagged Alliance 2 by Sir-Tech with additional features of an average graphical 3D engine, "Plan & Go" system and about 60 mercenaries for hire. The company stated that all the original voice actors will take be present in Back in Action.[2]

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