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Atari Closes Ex-MicroProse Studio

November 5, 2003 | By David Jenkins

November 5, 2003 | By David Jenkins
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Representatives of French publisher Atari have confirmed that the company has closed down its Hunt Valley development studio, now that work on Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes is complete. All thirty-five jobs at the studio will go, although the company has indicated that the services of a few key staff could be retained elsewhere.

The studio was previously known as MicroProse, before it was bought by Habsro Interactive and then Atari (nee Infogrames). As such it was responsible for a number of classic PC titles, including Sid Meiers Civilization, Pirates! and Railroad Tycoon.


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