F12Games is a company that was formed for the express purpose of acquiring the game Evernight "The Reign of Darkness." ™. F12Games' two founding members are Ken Smith (Glaxono) and Mike Smith (Teroth).
Who We Are
We are an active game development and marketing company providing quality online multi-player turn-based strategy games to the player community. Our development team is currently focused on reviving the game Evernight "The Reign of Darkness." ™
(Currently playing as Glaxono)
I have been playing various turn-based strategy games since I could reach the keyboard. I also have an affinity towards MMO's such as Vanguard, Rift, Everquest I and II, and occasionally a few WWII FPS games. I have 20 years of business experience in top-level management and accounting. As a business owner of web-based services for the past 10 years, I have designed several consumer sites using asp.net/SQL server technology.
I will be co-managing all aspects of the design, development, and promotion of all F12 Games products.
(aka Teroth, aka Temptations)
I was actually introduced to Evernight by Ken way back around June of 2001. I joined shortly thereafter and was immediately hooked. I enjoy everything about the game; the community, the strategy and planning, the in-game politics, the multiplayer interaction, the suspense of waiting to see the results of the tick.
James M. Cruce
I have been playing RPG's and strategy games since ’85.
From the time when I received that first Nintendo Entertainment System,
one of three (thanks mom),
gaming has been fully ingrained into all aspects of the person I am today…
I was first introduced to Evernight during its heyday way back in ’02,
an impressionable young man,
I fell in love with Midia and have never looked back.
A veteran of many epic battles, both on the front lines and within the community,
the realm of darkness has always set alight the dimmest recesses of my heart.
Lead Graphics & UI/UX Designer
Special Thanks to...
You!, the player. Without your patronage, we would have nothing but a bunch of code.