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  • 16Sep

    “All Points Bulletin” officially in the running for shortest MMO ever

    Not long after entering administration, developer Realtime Worlds is officially shutting down their MMO, All Points Bulletin. Ben Bateman, the game’s “Community Officer,” posted this goodbye note to players yesterday. APB has been a fantastic journey, but unfortunately that journey has come to a premature end. Today we are sad to announce that despite everyone’s best efforts to keep the service running; APB is coming to a close. It’s been a pleasure working on APB and with all its players. Together we were building an absolutely amazing game, and for that, we thank you. You guys are awesome! Too bad for anyone who’s recently bought the game. Hopefully all works out well for the people involved. Follow

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  • 18Aug

    Realtime Worlds in real world trouble

    I remember talking about available jobs over at Realtime Worlds. Now the company that launched APB just a few weeks ago may be in trouble. Around 250 may lose their jobs as the company goes into “

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  • 22Jun

    E3 2010: All Points Bulletin

    Gritty. Dirty. Tough. San Paro will eat you alive if you let it.

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  • 18Jun

    RealTime Worlds still hiring

    RealTime Worlds is working hard on APB. The staff has grown to nearly 250 and they are still looking to add more. To accompany the increase in staff, they have expanded the office. Realtime Worlds’ CEO, Gary Dale, commented “The calibre and potential of games we are creating requires staff of the highest calibre and we’re proud to have found 250 immensely talented and creative individuals so far, and look forward to finding more like-minded people to join the family.” “We’re coming off the back of a very successful E3, with APB winning countless plaudits, which increases the level of excitement over the coming months as we ramp up to launch.” RealTime Worlds is working with EA to launch it’s next title APB in early 2010. To see and apply for any of their 40 vacancies go to Follow

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  • 02Jun

    EA and Realtime Worlds Introduce All Points Bulletin

    Electronic Arts and Realtime Worlds have announced that they will release the PC game All Points Bulletin in early 2010 in North America and Europe. This is the latest game by David Jones who also created Lemmings, Grand Theft Auto 1, Amp 2 and Crackdown. All Points Bulletin promises an open world MMO focusing on crime and law enforcement. After a few years of quietly working on APB I’m extremely excited to be able to show it publically for the first time, said David Jones, Founder and Creative Director of Realtime Worlds. To also be able to announce our marketing and distribution agreement with EA Partners at the same time is the cream on top. It’s very evident that EA Partners are clearly in-sync with our vision for APB and between us we aim to ensure gamers understand why it’s unique, and share our excitement. Throughout his career David Jones

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