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Initially owned by Avaria, the game was entirely subscription based. After a trial period where players could view all areas of the game, they could then purchase time in monthly installments. Boomtown, a central map for all new players to start was made and new character models were introduced. Avaria then changed names to X-Src, which created MMO Lands, a gaming portal of multiple MMO games in which Endless Ages was included.

Rapid Reality then bought the Aura engine that Endless Ages ran on from X-Src on 22nd November 2005 and took over Endless Ages as well. Eventually the game servers were closed on March, 2007 and a similar sequel named Phylon was released on 20th July 2007 on an updated version of the Aura engine but closed again within a month of opening.

Some developers from the original game then formed a new company named Digital Motion Entertainment and bought the license. Running the original game on the updated Aura engine, the game was reopened on 1st May 2008 as a completely free-to-play advertising sponsored game. Rare items can be bought through an online trading post for real currency.

Contributed by Scaryfun (17981) on Oct 02, 2008. [revised by : Patrick Bregger (265341)]. -- edit trivia