Fallen Kingdoms [XBOX/PC – Cancelled]

Fallen Kingdoms [XBOX/PC – Cancelled]

Fallen Kingdoms is a cancelled western RPG that was in development in 2004  / 2005 by Warthog Games for PC and the original XBOX. The gameplay would have probably been something like Baldur’s Gate, with real time combat and various quests to complete. The scenario was interactive and the player was able to burn down trees and other conbustible materials with fire magic or to froze water with ice magic. The project was never released as Warthog Games was bought by Tiger Telematics in 2004 to develop exclusively for Gizmondo system.  In 2006 Tiger Telematics went bankrupt putting an end to the studio existence.

Thanks to Celine for the contribution!

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4 thoughts on “Fallen Kingdoms [XBOX/PC – Cancelled]

  1. Celine

    “The project was never released for unknwon reasons.”

    Well the company was bought by Tiger Telematics in 2004 to develop exclusively for Gizmondo system.
    In 2006 Tiger Telematics went bankrupt putting an end to the studio existence.

  2. Trug0d

    If Warthog hadnt been bought by Tiger maybe they could have finished some of these games they had to cancel. Wrath & Skeller and Johnny Whatever looked particulary good and innovative.

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