Posts Tagged Funcom
Lego Minifigures Online now takes you to Hades
Funcom’s Lego Minifigures Online has expanded into the realms of mythology today, with the addition of Mythology World to the free-to-play game.
FunCom hit with un-fun charges of financial infringement
There’s news coming out of Norway that FunCom (developers of The Secret World and holders of the Dreamfall license) have been charged with “suspicion of infringement of the provisions of the Securities Trading Act” by Norwegian authorities.
The Secret World’s Christmas event sends players to Niflheim
Denizens of The Secret World get Christmas too, you know, but theirs is less full of jolly fat men and presents and family arguments, and more full of snow and death and satyr-beasts scouring the land for naughty people to punish.
The Secret World’s game director updates us on events
The latest update from Joel Bylos, game director of The Secret World, has given us all sorts of insight as to what’s going on at Funcom right now.
The Secret World needs you to fend off The Whispering Tide
Dark days are still coming, beautiful humans. The events of The Secret World‘s Issue 7 update – the Bond-esque A Dream to Kill – have caused problems, and those problems need resolving.
The Secret World Issues 8 and 9, next event, and clothing competition detailed
The latest Game Director Letter for The Secret World has details on how Issues 8 and 9 are progressing, with some news on the Scenario system and Tokyo.
Figures of Fun(com): Lego Minifigures Online announced
Funcom is now in the amazing position to be able to work on a Lego-Illuminati crossover, as the developer has both The Secret World and the newly announced Lego Minifigures Online in its catalogue.
From Transylvania with Love: The Secret World Issue 7 teased
If you fancy a mix of James Bond and spooky, little girl-based horror, then The Secret World‘s forthcoming Issue 7 should be right up your non-euclidean alley.
End of Days is coming to The Secret World preceded by a new ARG
Things are going to get nasty on 21 December in The Secret World when there will be a “cataclysmic event that marks the end of time as we know it”.
The Secret World’s third ‘issue’ update looks meow-vellous
Prepare to pet the Cat God as Funcom reveals The Secret World’s third major update.
The Secret World reshuffles its creative team
Funcom is doing a bit of reorganising in its creative team at the head of The Secret World.
Where does Funcom go with The Secret World from here? [Interview]
Being an MMO set in the real-world, The Secret World immediately sets itself apart from the usual fantasy settings that dominate the MMO landscape.
The Secret World’s is only MMO with “complete freedom” and “epic, ongoing storyline”
It’s been out a couple of months now, so you may have had the time to get something out of Funcom’s The Secret World MMO.
“MMOs have stagnated,” says The Secret World director/producer
MMOs, they’re usually set in a world of elves and goblins, feature clear cut levelling systems and send you on more collections quests than Charlie Sheen’s man-servant prior to a coke-fuelled bender.