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Following on the heels of Intrinsic Graphics' implosion in early April, <a href="http://www.vvisions.com">Vicarious Visions</a> has announced the purchase of all rights to the Intrinsic Alchemy technology, originally developed by Intrinsic as a middleware

Game Developer, Staff

May 13, 2003

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Vicarious Visions was a client of Intrinsic Graphics prior to the latter's demise, and Alchemy is being used in a number of the developer's PC and console titles coming out this Fall, including Crash Nitro Kart for the PS2, Xbox and GameCube. The company said it will continue to support the development of Intrinsic Alchemy in the near future, and brought over some core members of the Alchemy development team. With Alchemy having been used in the development of games from Activision, Konami, Sega, Take-Two Interactive and other studios, Vicarious Visions apparently sees an opportunity to both own the technology it's already using, and create a new revenue stream via technology licensing.

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