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http://www.castlegobs.nl/forums/style_images/1/br_redirect.gif Might and Magic Tribute: Book of Ceth (MMT) is a fan-created tribute to the Might and Magic RPG series by New World Computing, and the people that created the series. It is a freeware, open-source RPG set in the Might and Magic universe. As a fan-created tribute, it has no affiliation with the publisher of the series The 3DO Company, owner of the copyright Ubisoft Entertainment, and developer New World Computing. The developers of Might and Magic Tribute has not yet get an answer by Ubisoft, but Might and Magic Tribute is mention on the official Might and Magic Website. Might and Magic (MM) is a series of computer role-playing games from New World Computing, a subsidiary of The 3DO Company. ...


General Project Information

Title Might and Magic Tribute: Book of Ceth
Producer Castle Gobs
Lead Developer Ribannah of Gobs
Engine RealmForge GDK
Platform PC
Project Start July 2003
Website Might and Magic Tribute
Forums New Forums, Old Forums

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Releases

Tech Demo - available for download
Test of Promise and Loyalty (demo) - in development


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Development Team
MMT Game Format


 
 

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