Making History Deserves Applause
Arm Chair General Preview lauds MAKING HISTORY as refreshingly smart and truly enjoyable
GameZone Previews Making History
The game (that) divides the true strategists from the fake ones.
Muzzy Lane Launches Program to Recognize Innovative Teachers
High School history teachers who wish to explore the educational impact of interactive video games are invited to compete in the 2007 MAKING HISTORY® Innovative Teacher Challenge from Muzzy Lane Software.
Muzzy Lane Updates Pre-release Demo
Muzzy Lane Releases new version of their Demo of MAKING HISTORY: The Calm & the Storm. This new version incorporates improvements to Artificial Intelligence, User Interface and fixes of some minor bugs identified in the earlier demo release.
PC Gamer Previews MAKING HISTORY
" World War II games are still coming out by the dirty dozen, but we're hurtin for a fresh take on the War that Hitler built. That's where strategy sim MAKING HISTORY shines."
The Wargamer Previews MAKING HISTORY
"...one of the most pleasant surprises on the turn based wargaming scene in 2006"
Innovation in Teaching with Games
Indiana teacher David McDivitt recognized as an "Innovator of the Year" by THE Journal for his work with MAKING HISTORY
Games Take on Books
USAToday article features the integration of games like MAKING HISTORY into education
MAKING HISTORY DEMO NOW AVAILABLE
A Demo version of MAKING HISTORY®: The Calm & the Storm is available for download. This pre-release version includes The End of Diplomacy, which covers the world as Germany prepares to invade Poland. Playable countries are China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, USSR and the United States. The demo allows you to explore the game for up to twenty turns. The demo download also includes a tutorial scenario.
When MAKING HISTORY: The Calm & the Storm is released in the first quarter of 2007, the game will include 6 scenarios plus the tutorial.
Muzzy Lane Inks Publishing Deal with Strategy First for MAKING HISTORY® World War II Computer Game
Muzzy Lane Software today announced that top software publisher Strategy First Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Silverstar Holdings, Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSTR), has agreed to publish "MAKING HISTORY: The Calm & the Storm," a PC-based grand strategy game developed by Muzzy Lane.
1Up gives MH 2 Thumbs Up
Making History ... shaping up to be the deepest, most backstabbingest WWII strategy game since Diplomacy.
Huge Praise for Making History
Hot off the presses! Renowned historian Niall Ferguson says Making History is literally rewriting the history of video games. In his article "How to Win a War" in this week's New York Magazine, Dr. Ferguson chronicles the WWII games people play. His conclusion? Making History is like no other game out there.
MAKING HISTORY Receives Award of Excellence
Continuing its path as a game-changer in modern education, Muzzy Lane's MAKING HISTORY® computer game has been selected as one of the outstanding educational products by Technology and Learning magazine.
Award of Excellence for Making History
MAKING HISTORY has been selected as one of the outstanding educational technology products of 2006
by Technology and Learning magazine, which celebrates software and Internet products that break new ground in the educational experience and demonstrate clear superiority over similar products in the market through their Awards of Excellence Progarm.
IGN Previews Making History
Correct history's mistakes, or add in your own.
Looking for a game to satisfy your craving for historically accurate warfare? Muzzy Lane's Making History: The Calm & The Storm aims to deliver, with strategic gameplay involving military and economic management during World War II.
KANSAS SCHOOLS TEST IN-CLASS VIDEOGAMES
Consortium of High Schools Looks to the Future
with MAKING HISTORY® Multiplayer Strategy Game
MAKING HISTORY featured in Ode Magazine
Games are an oustanding vehicle to engage students... and teachers are begining to put them to good use. An analysis of gaming in schools in the UK and the US by Marco Visscher
Alan Turing, widely considered the father of modern computer science, was also responsible for one of the greatest intelligence coups of World War II. He devised an electromechanical system, know as the bombe, to define the settings for Germany's Enigma Cipher. His work gave the Allies access to valuable military and diplomatic communications.
Germany's Luftwaffe used two types of fighters in the Battle of Britain. The Messerschmitt Bf109E was a fast and nimble plane; its range, however, was just over 400 miles, so it had limited applications. The Messerschmitt Bf110C was designed as a fighter escort for long-range bombers, but it was slow and hard to maneuver.
Pre-order The Calm and the Storm 2.0
Muzzy Lane is taking pre-orders for MAKING HISTORY: The Calm and the Storm 2.0. The product will begin shipping in September.