OverviewFounded in 1995 by Jean-Marc de Fety and Jean-Christophe Marquis, Monte Cristo Multimedia was an independent executive producer of entertainment software located in Paris, France. The company's strategy was to design, finance, develop, own and market original intellectual properties as well as license-based products.
Monte Cristo was composed of 70 staff members (designers, producers, programmers and artists) and was under the management of Jean Christophe Marquis and Jerome Gastaldi since 2002.
The company announced it would close "sometime during the week" on May 25, 2010.
|Cities XL 2011||(2010)|
|Cities XL (Limited Edition)||(2009)|
|City Life DS||(2008)|
|Silverfall (Gold Edition)||(2008)|
|Silverfall: Earth Awakening||(2008)|
|City Life Edition 2008||(2007)|
|City Life: World Edition||(2006)|
|War on Terror||(2006)|
|Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege||(2005)|
|No Surrender: Battle of the Bulge||(2005)|
|Firefighter Command: Raging Inferno||(2004)|
|Medieval Lords: Build, Defend, Expand||(2004)|
|Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps||(2004)|
|Fame Academy: Dance Edition||(2003)|
|Emergency Fire Response||(2003)|
|Airline Tycoon Evolution||(2002)|
|Stardom: Your Quest For Fame||(2000)|
|Wall $treet Trader 2001||(2000)|
|Wall $treet Trader 2000||(1999)|
|Wall $treet Trader 98||(1998)|
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