Monte Cristo Multimedia

Moby ID: 1783

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Founded 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.

Credited on 40 Games from 1998 to 2010

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Cities XL 2011 (2010 on Windows)
Cities XL (2009 on Windows)
Cities XL (Limited Edition) (2009 on Windows)
City Life DS (2008 on Nintendo DS)
Silverfall: Gold Edition (2008 on Windows)
Silverfall: Earth Awakening (2008 on Windows)
KAZooK (2007 on PSP)
Silverfall (2006 on Windows)
City Life (2006 on Windows)
War on Terror (2006 on Windows)
Th3 Plan (2006 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
Moscow to Berlin: Red Siege (2005 on Windows)
Pop Life (2005 on Windows)
7 Sins (2005 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
No Surrender: Battle of the Bulge (2005 on Windows)
Firefighter Command: Raging Inferno (2004 on Windows)
Medieval Lords: Build, Defend, Expand (2004 on Windows)
D-Day (2004 on Windows)
Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps (2004 on Windows)
Fame Academy: Dance Edition (2003 on PlayStation 2)

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Monte Cristo Multimedia founded by Jean-Christophe Marquis and Jean Marc de Féty in France.

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