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 Wargaming Acquires Gas Powered Games - briefly
(hx) 01:41 AM EST - Feb,15 2013
Free-to-play MMO developer and publisher Wargaming has come to the rescue of Gas Powered Games, who looked like it might go out of business just a few days ago after it canceled a Kickstarter campaign for its game Wildman - the success of which founder Chris Taylor categorized as vital to the company's future survival. Wargaming bought the Seattle-Washington-based developer of such hit franchises as Dungeon Siege, Supreme Commander and Demigod for an undisclosed amount of money. Gas Powered Games joins Wargaming's other studio family that includes Chicago-based Day 1 Studios and MMO middleware provider Big World Pty Ltd. Wargaming did not reveal what it plans on having Gas Powered Games work on in the interim, though one would hope that Wildman, which did manage to generate $500,000 worth of interest on Kickstarter, would continue to be developed.

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