OverviewHeadquartered in Orange County, California, Loki Entertainment Software, Inc. ported games to the Linux OS. The company was established in August, 1998, and was in business until August 2001, when it filed for bankruptcy. In January 2002, the company was officially closed.
Loki had gambled that Linux was soon to become a major gaming platform, but as the transition moved on rather slowly, they were unable to generate sufficient revenue to stay in business.
|Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K. 2||(2001)|
|Rune: Halls of Valhalla||(2001)|
|Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns||(2001)|
|MindRover: The Europa Project||(2001)|
|Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri Planetary Pack||(2001)|
|Myth II: Chimera||(2001)|
|Soldier of Fortune||(2000)|
|Heavy Gear II||(2000)|
|SimCity 3000 Unlimited||(2000)|
|Railroad Tycoon II (Gold Edition)||(1999)|
|Railroad Tycoon II||(1999)|
|Myth II: Soulblighter||(1999)|
|Civilization: Call to Power||(1999)|
|Heroes of Might and Magic III: The Restoration of Erathia||(1999)|
|Quake III: Arena (Elite Edition)||(1999)|
|Eric's Ultimate Solitaire CD||(1999)|
TriviaLoki takes its name from the norse god of mischief.
Related Web Sites
- Loki Entertainment Software, Inc. (official website)
Logo from Aug, 1998 to Jan, 2002
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