Khaeon Games B.V.
OverviewKhaeon Games, now known as Khaeon Gamestudio, is a Dutch game development studio founded in 1999 in The Hague, The Netherlands. Its parent company is Creative ICG.
Khaeons first game, Alpha Black Zero: Intrepid Protocol, was released in 2004. The team also contributed to EuroCops and made a proof of concept demo of the top-down shooter Negative Space, but eventually it was never released.
In 2005 the studio started worked on the ambitious MMORPG The Chronicles of Spellborn. By 2007 development was completely taken over by Spellborn Works B.V., a sister company established specifically to work on the game. Khaeon continued to provide additional services until 2009. Spellborn Works went out of business in June 2009.
The company has since moved away completely from PC development and is now most active through the sister company Rough Cookie B.V. Rough Cookie was established in 2008 as a joint venture between Khaeon (Creative ICG) and Elements Interactive B.V.. The studio develops games for the iPhone and iPad, Android, and Windows Phone 7. In May 2011 Rough Cookie was acquired by ngmoco, Inc.
TriviaCompany information (Jan. 2008):
The Hague, 2582GG Netherlands
Company phone: +31703069501
Company Fax: +31703069505
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