In collaboration with Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Slitherine, producer and publisher of digital strategy games, has announced that it will develop and publish "Stargate: Timekeepers," the first-ever strategy PC game based on the television series "Stargate SG-1."
"Stargate: Timekeepers" departs from the end of season seven of the "Stargate SG-1" main plot to create an original story starting during the Battle of Antarctica.
"Working on an IP like 'Stargate' is an honor and a testament to our continued effort to reach a wider audience," says Marco Minoli, marketing director, Slitherine. "We strive to capture players' imagination by creating our worlds or by forging experiences based on existing, influential franchises. We look forward to bringing 'Stargate: Timekeepers' to life and creating a long-lasting legacy of Stargate strategy games."
"Stargate: Timekeepers" is developed by Creative Forge Games, an independent studio based in Warsaw, Poland, makers of "Phantom Doctrine" and "Hard West." The game will release on PC distribution platforms.
"We're thrilled to work with Slitherine to bring a new 'Stargate' PC game to market, and provide fans the opportunity to experience the 'Stargate' universe well beyond TV and movie screens," says Robert Marick, executive vice president, licensing, MGM.