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Interactive Magic is based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina and is dedicated to developing and publishing high quality strategy and simulation games. I-Magic was formed in April, 1994 and is chaired by computer game veteran "Wild Bill" Stealey, founder and former chairman of MicroProse, Inc.
I-Magic is a quickly growing company and has been featured in Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times, as well as on CNN, PCTV, Computer Chronicles TV, and the Cyberlife program on the Discovery Channel.
I-Magic products have been featured on the covers of Computer Gaming World Magazine, Computer Games Strategy Plus Magazine, and PC Games Magazine, as well as on top computer-gaming Internet sites around the world.
Description by Interactive Magic
Also known as Apache Longbow
Playable demo, Preview
Also known as Project A.I.R.O.S.
Real-Time Strategy, 1997
Playable demo (installed), Playable demo, Playable demo