France Télécom Multimédia

Moby ID: 1396

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France Telecom Multimedia Edition, a subsidiary of Wanadoo, developed and published entertainment content. The company was also actively involved in co-production and co-publishing ventures. It participated in over 25 CD-ROM titles, including games, educational content, and Internet initiation programs.

The company was listed on the Paris Bourse in July 2000. In Sept. 2000, it merged with publisher index+ to form the new company Wanadoo Edition.

Credited on 16 Games from 1997 to 2000

The Messenger (2000 on Windows, PlayStation, Macintosh...)
Gift (2000 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
Dracula: The Last Sanctuary (2000 on Windows, PlayStation, Macintosh...)
Venice: Fortune and Glory in the City of the Doges (1999 on Windows)
The Sacred Amulet (1999 on Windows, PlayStation)
Dracula: The Resurrection (1999 on Windows, PlayStation, Macintosh...)
Deo Gratias (1999 on Windows)
Les Plus Grands Jeux d'Aventure Historique sur DVD-ROM (1999 on Windows)
Paris 1313: The Mystery of Notre-Dame Cathedral (1999 on Windows, Macintosh)
FireTeam (1998 on Windows)
Akakliké (1998 on Windows, Macintosh)
Scotland Yard (1998 on Windows)
Vikings (1998 on Windows, Macintosh)
Au Pays de Vocabulon (1997 on Windows, Macintosh)
Crusader: Adventure Out of Time (1997 on Windows, Windows 3.x, Macintosh)
The Interactive Adventures of Blake and Mortimer: The Time Trap (1997 on Windows, Macintosh, Windows 3.x)

History +

September 14th, 2000

France Telecom merged with index+ to form the new company Wanadoo Edition

Trivia +

France Telecom's John Lecrocheur animated adventure series won an Emma Award in 1999.


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