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Spacetime Studios Ushers in the Future of Cross Platform Gaming

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Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles to Unite Mobile and Desktop Gamers

Spacetime Studios has ported their mobile 3D MMO game, Star Legends, to Native Client (NaCl) open-source technology thus enabling PC and Mac players to join Android and iOS players for the first time in gaming history.

Pocket Legends, Spacetime Studios’ flagship title, was the world's first mobile 3D MMO. It was also the first global, multiplayer game to play across both Android and iOS platforms simultaneously. Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles will break new ground by being the first 3D MMO to allow players on mobile devices to join their friends on computers when it launches on Google Chrome.

Spacetime Studios worked closely with Google Chrome engineers to bring Star Legends to the Chrome web browser. This game industry milestone was accomplished through the use of the NaCl which allowed Spacetime Studios to run native C++ code inside a sandboxed environment within the Chrome browser. The NaCl supports 3D graphics, stereo audio and local file access which means more advanced games can be created for the browser.

“This is a significant landmark in the fulfillment of our mission to create a social gaming ecosystem where people play together regardless of device or location,” says Anthony Sommers, Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer, Spacetime Studios. “We’re thrilled that Star Legends will be the first Native Client game released on the Chrome Web Store.”

Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles is a sci-fi mobile MMO set in a far corner of our galaxy during the 41st century. In this initial Star Legends installment, human privateers travel to the UCS Blackstar, a massive colony ship, to answer the call of fame and fortune. Space-age humans battle against the alien threat known as the Vular, malfunctioning killer bots, and the greed of powerful corporations for resources, power and inter-galactic dominance.

Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles is the second title in the popular Legends franchise. The first game, fantasy themed Pocket Legends, is the world's largest mobile MMO with over five million downloads. Pocket Legends and Star Legends are both Powered By Spacetime.

Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles will be free to download and play from the Chrome Web Store when Native Client support is publicly available. The game features optional microtransactions and virtual currency that can enhance the play experience with vanity items and costumes.

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  1. forbidjon's Avatar
    hmm dont know if thats good
  2. Cytokinesis's Avatar
    1. About when will it come out?
    2. Is "Anthony Sommers" Asommers?
  3. talktalktalk's Avatar
    I'm glad I have google chrome hanging on my computer for no reason... Or did I uninstall it?
  4. Ebalere's Avatar
    Anthony Sommers is indeed Asommers, lol
  5. bluelink's Avatar
    This sounds a little bit confusing
  6. DRONE769's Avatar
    Oh! I never knew that! Asommers. I get it! I thought he just wanted to spell awesomers wrong lol
  7. Gunfu's Avatar
    Innovative accomplishments indeed STS! Another first.
  8. Lowellpimpd's Avatar
    well there gose the naborhood
  9. CrzyAzn's Avatar
    I really like the chrome play. Reduces a lot of squinting eye strain. Only prob is if you use the mouse for camera rotation that if you come off the edge of the game, the cursor right clicks and pulls open a menu and then your took auto walks till you remember which key you were pressing to get the took to stop auto walking.

    Its amusing how some ppl can't think of a name and they just use their name as the in game name. Just like my best friend years ago got me into WoW. He named his toon Chadkrossber, and guess what his name is... lol.