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About Multiverse

Multiverse's technology platform aims to allow independent game developers to create high-quality, Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) and non-game virtual worlds. Per the company, Multiverse solves the prohibitive challenges of game creation by providing developers with a comprehensive, pre-coded client-server infrastructure and tools, a wide range of free content--including a complete game for modification--and a built-in market of consumers. The intent is that the Multiverse Network will give video game players a single program--the Multiverse Client--that lets users play all of the MMOGs and visit all of the non-game virtual worlds built on the Multiverse platform. n

Headquarters Location

1923 Landings Drive Building H

Mountain View, California, 94043,

United States



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Latest Multiverse News

McFarlane Just Dropped These New Multiverse Figs For Pre-Order

Nov 17, 2023

Prepare for nostalgia with McFarlane's latest superpowered dip into the DC Multiverse, available for pre-order now. McFarlane Toys has established an impressive reputation for producing quality action figures over the past three decades. The firm’s sculpts combine accurate likenesses, spectacular design, and incredible articulation, allowing fans to display their favorite characters just as they want. The level of detail they offer is a legacy of the eye-catching comic book art of the company’s founder, Todd McFarlane. Understandably, fans were thrilled when McFarlane gained the rights to produce action figures based on the characters of DC Comics in 2019. The DC Multiverse does what it suggests in every universe. Constant waves of figures have been drawn from the broad range of DC’s multimedia properties. That means famous storylines and crossover events from the page sit side-by-side with the latest movie models. The newest Collectors Edition wave, now available for pre-order below, doesn’t disappoint with room to visit the extraordinary multiverse of Grant Morrison, a pivotal moment in Supernman’s life, and one of Batman’s most controversial movies, Batman & Robin. Batman & Robin Movie Batman 7-Inch Scale Action Figure Batman & Robin Movie Batman 7-Inch Scale Action Figure George Clooney’s Batman achieved infamy for many things in the runtime of Joel Schumacher’s gloriously over-the-top Batman & Robin. Top of the list must be his Batsuit’s nipples, so fans won’t be disappointed to find them accurately represented on this 7-inch model. The 22 points of articulation almost seem like an afterthought on a figure that will be high on the list for Bat-completists. Available to pre-order for December 2023. Batman & Robin Movie Robin 7-Inch Scale Action Figure Having arrived in 1995’s Batman Forever, Chris O'Donnell’s Robin shared top billing in the follow-up. This incarnation of Dick Grayson wasn’t for every fan. Still, this impressive sculpt captures the character’s cocky superheroics, including some fetching ice freeze effects when he’s tried to take on chilling villain Mr. Freeze alone. Available to pre-order for December 2023. Batman & Robin Movie Batgirl 7-Inch Scale Action Figure Alicia Silverstone’s Batgirl only made it into one Batman movie, with a backstory reimagining her as the niece of Bruce Wayne’s loyal butler Alfred. It’s yet another lifelike build for a character who, like Joel Schumacher's final Bat film, is enjoying a kinder retrospective a quarter of a century on. Like all the characters in this wave, the model comes with a stand and collectible art card. Available to pre-order for December 2023. Batman & Robin Movie Poison Ivy 7-Inch Scale Action Figure Batman & Robin was famously overstuffed with villains, none of whom fared well. This was a particular shame for the first live-action incarnation of Batman’s legendary floral foe. This impressive movie-authentic likeness of Uma Thurman’s Rogue stands 7 inches tall and has 22 points of articulation. Available to pre-order for December 2023. Superman and Krypto Return of Superman 7-Inch Scale Action Figure One of Superman’s most iconic eras celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2023: Mullet Superman. This is a bulky comics-accurate version of the last son of Krypton, who emerged from the epic Death of Superman event in the 1990s, complete with a bright, long-hair, and trusty companion, Krypto the Superdog. Fans who have previously released characters from the comic event, like The Eradicator, will be thrilled to add the “Mane of Steel” to their collection. Available to pre-order for January 2024. Batman as Green Lantern 7-Inch Scale Action Figure Early McFarlane releases dug into the epic Dark Nights Metal comic event, producing some impressive Batmen of the Dark Multiverse. While it was fun to see the Bat twisted to mirror other members of the Justice League, this model is a lighter take, imagining the Dark Knight as the Emerald Gladiator in better circumstances. This distinctive model is an eye-catching collector's piece with a power battery, energy effects, and swappable hands. Available to pre-order for January 2024. Captain Carrot Justice League Incarnate 7-Inch Scale Action Figure Pre-orders suggest this is the most popular model in this wave, and it’s easy to see why. Captain Carrot, a multiversal analog for Superman, first appeared in 1982. However, this model takes inspiration from the reinvention of Carrot and his Zoo Crew by legendary comic book writer Grant Morrison, who steered them to a role in the epic Final Crisis event. Earth-26’s member of the Multiversal super-team Justice Incarnate is available to pre-order for January 2024.

Multiverse Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Multiverse founded?

    Multiverse was founded in 2004.

  • Where is Multiverse's headquarters?

    Multiverse's headquarters is located at 1923 Landings Drive, Mountain View.

  • What is Multiverse's latest funding round?

    Multiverse's latest funding round is Dead.

  • How much did Multiverse raise?

    Multiverse raised a total of $4.43M.

  • Who are the investors of Multiverse?

    Investors of Multiverse include Sterling Stamos Capital.



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