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Chron X Second Shift is a character-driven, fantasy audio drama. Three Boston-area college students are "shifted" against their will to another world where magic is real and danger is lurking. Shauna, Mike and Katherine must find a place in that world while finding their way back to this one. Second Shift was nominated for a Parsec Award in 2007 and continues its epic second season through 2008.
Chron X Chron X is the Internet's first online collectible card game, released in 1997. It features over 1200 cards spanning eight expansions. It's a science-fiction game set in 2097, with members of the Inner Circle of The Body struggling for power in a post-apocalyptic Earth. BSRD acquired Chron X in 2003, and has since released three expansions: Breakpoint (2003), Reboot (2004) and Corruption (2005). BSRD sold Chron X to Darkened Sky Studios in 2007.
Acrophobia Acrophobia was the Internet's first online multiplayer gameshow. Part wordgame and part improvisation, Acrophobia was a great excuse to spend hours in a chat room. Originally self-published in 1994, this game had been online for over a decade. In 1997, a commercial version was released through Berkeley Systems, later though Sierra and Vivendi Universal. It went offline in 2006. Millions of people have played Acrophobia, and it inspired several fan-created clones.
WWE With Authority! WWE With Authority! was the first officially-licensed online WWE game. Strategy and tactics ruled the day as players used their favorite WWE Superstar against one-another in an online collectible card game. Speedy thumbs not required—just attitude and a killer strategy. The game was originally called "WWF With Authority!" when published by THQ in February 2001. Despite the fact that production ceased in January 2003, players are still enjoying the game in peer-to-peer form years after the server shutdown.