Atari licenses the PC strategy game to Korea-based Com2uS, which will release the game worldwide.
Atari today announced that it has licensed Civilization III to Com2uS, a Korea-based mobile games developer. Under the three-year licensing deal, the company will create mobile games based on the PC strategy game for all major mobile devices and providers worldwide.
No stranger to the mobile world, Atari has licensed many of its games to mobile developers. Such titles include the original Civilization, Baldur's Gate, V-Rally, and its classic arcade games. Com2uS marks the first arrangement between Atari and an Asian mobile developer.
No release date for the mobile versions of Civilization III has been announced.
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