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Looking Glass Studios, Inc.
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Industry

Video game development

Headquarters

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Parent company

Eidos Interactive

Looking Glass Studios was a game development studio founded in 1992 from merging Blue Sky Productions and Lerner Research. It is best known for its System Shock, Thief, and Flight Unlimited game series. Eidos Interactive closed the studio down in late 2000 due to financial difficulties, with some of the staff moving to Ion Storm Austin.

In the Command & Conquer series, Looking Glass Studios developed the Nintendo 64 port of the original Command & Conquer.

Released games[edit | edit source]

  • John Madden Football '93 (SEGA Genesis port) (1992)
  • Ultima Underworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds (1993)
  • Chuck Yeager's Air Combat (Mac port) (1993)
  • System Shock (1994)
  • Flight Unlimited (1995)
  • Links 386 CD (Mac port) (1995)
  • Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri (1996)
  • British Open Championship Golf (1997)
  • Flight Unlimited II (1997)
  • Thief: The Dark Project (1998)
  • Command & Conquer (Nintendo 64 port) (1999)
  • System Shock 2 (1999) (with Irrational Games)
  • Flight Unlimited III (1999)
  • Destruction Derby 64 (1999)
  • Thief: Gold (1999)
  • Thief II: The Metal Age (2000)

Unreleased games[edit | edit source]

  • Thief II: Gold
  • Flight Combat: Thunder over Europe (taken over by Xicat Interactive and Mad Doc Software, released as Jane's Combat Simulations: Attack Squadron in 2002)

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