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Company OverviewFounded in January 1995 the company originally focused on developing medium priced games as well as advertising and online games. The experience gained in the production of a number of smaller titles led to the development of the company's biggest success so far: the real-time strategy game America, developed for the German publisher Data Becker.

The game was listed for eight continuous months in the German Media Control PC games charts with the best position attained in February 2001. In March 2001 "America" was voted "Game of the month" by Germany's largest computer game magazine "Computerbild-Spiele". Having sold more than 250.000 copies worldwide the game marked the company's entry into the segment of full price PC games.

The next titles released in 2003 were another two real-time strategy games: Castle Strike, in which the player controls one of three tribes in medieval times and No Man's Land, which features 300 years of history of North America which both underline the focus of Related Designs to produce realtime strategy titles.

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Company Overview
Founded in 1995 the company originally focused on developing medium priced games as well as advertising and online games. The experience gained in the production of a number of smaller titles led to the development of the company's biggest success so far: the real-time strategy game <moby game="America">America</moby>, developed for the German publisher <moby company="Data Becker">Data Becker</moby>.¶

The game was listed for eight continuous months in the German Media Control PC games charts with the best position attained in February 2001. In March 2001 "America" was voted "Game of the month" by Germany's largest computer game magazine "Computerbild-Spiele". Having sold more than 250.000 copies worldwide the game marked the company's entry into the segment of full price PC games.¶

The next titles released in 2003 were another two real-time strategy games: <moby game="Castle Strike">Castle Strike</moby>, in which the player controls one of three tribes in medieval times and <moby game="No Man Land">No Man's Land</moby>, which features 300 years of history of North America which both underline the focus of Related Designs to produce realtime strategy titles.
Company Overview
Founded in January 1995 the company originally focused on developing medium priced games as well as advertising and online games. The experience gained in the production of a number of smaller titles led to the development of the company's biggest success so far: the real-time strategy game <moby game="America">America</moby>, developed for the German publisher <moby company="Data Becker">Data Becker</moby>.¶

The game was listed for eight continuous months in the German Media Control PC games charts with the best position attained in February 2001. In March 2001 "America" was voted "Game of the month" by Germany's largest computer game magazine "Computerbild-Spiele". Having sold more than 250.000 copies worldwide the game marked the company's entry into the segment of full price PC games.¶

The next titles released in 2003 were another two real-time strategy games: <moby game="Castle Strike">Castle Strike</moby>, in which the player controls one of three tribes in medieval times and <moby game="No Man Land">No Man's Land</moby>, which features 300 years of history of North America which both underline the focus of Related Designs to produce realtime strategy titles.

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view changes 4 Oct 21, 2011 Overview Tanja-Christina Hesse Rejected minor edit
view changes 3 Jul 16, 2011 Overview Jeanne (76520) Approved major update
view changes 2 Jan 23, 2010 Overview Patrick Pinner-rees (50) Rejected minor edit
view changes 1 May 29, 2006 Overview Fire Convoy (1183) Approved minor edit