Phantagram (lang-ko|판타그램) is a video game development studio based in South Korea. They are mainly known for their popular Xbox game series Kingdom Under Fire. Phantagram also co-developed the fantasy/strategy action game Ninety-Nine Nights with Q Entertainment, for the Xbox 360. They also published Phantom Crash for the Xbox, which was developed by the Japanese company Genki.
From the official company homepageEdit
1994 - A group of infants terribles opens a "New Age"
Phantagram Co., Ltd., the leading Korean game developer, was founded in 1994 by 5 teenagers. As high school students, they had developed 10 commercial video games, such as Double Dragon and TDS, for the popular MSX computer since 1987. In the mid-80's, when computer was not as widely used as nowadays and video game industry was at a very primitive level, they were recognized for being the first-generation developers in Korea.
2000 - Under the company slogan of "Creating a World Class Game," everyone at Phantagram devoted 3 years to develop "Kingdom Under Fire: War of Heroes." The first Korean PC title to be published worldwide led Korean Gaming Industry to the next level.
Present and Future - Representing the most talented and dynamic gaming industry in the world, Phantagram aims to lead Korea into a brighter future.
- Personal computer
- Kingdom Under Fire: A War of Heroes
- Blade Warrior
- Forgotten Saga
- Xbox 360
- Ninety-Nine Nights (N3)
- Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom
Games in DevelopmentEdit
- Xbox 360
- Official Phantagram English Site
- Official Phantagram Korean Site
- Official Phantagram Japanese Site
- Phantagram profile on MobyGames