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Chron X
Developer(s) Darkened Sky Studios LLC
Publisher(s) Darkened Sky Studios LLC
Designer(s) George Moromisato, Andrea Shubert, Dan Collins, Ian Schreiber, Colin Davis, Matt Holden
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) May 28, 1997
Genre(s) Online collectible card game, turn-based strategy
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Media Internet download
System requirements 486 processor, 16MB RAM, SVGA video card capable of 800x600 and 256 colors
Input methods Keyboard, Mouse

Chron X is an online collectible card game and a turn-based strategy game in which you battle your opponent over the Internet with an arsenal of agents, weapons, programs, and resources chosen from your deck of virtual cards.

Chron X was the first online trading card game, first released by Genetic Anomalies in May 1997. The original game designer was George Moromisato, with later sets designed by Andrea Shubert, Dan Collins, and Ian Schreiber. Pete Bodenheimer and Slava Zatchuny also contributed to set development.

The game has had several publishers since its release: Genetic Anomalies, Sony Online Entertainment, THQ, and later Blue Sky Red Design from 2003 to 2007. On May 28, 2007, the tenth anniversary of Chron X, Darkened Sky Studios acquired Chron X for an undisclosed sum. Darkened Sky has begun work on a new, web-based client in an effort to revitalize and repopularize the game.

Expansion sets

Expansion sets are divided into "acts", which fit in to the Chron X storyline. Acts are further divided into sets. The game remains in active development, and has had 7 expansions released to date.

Act One:

  • First Edition (May 1996)
  • Overture (December 1997)
  • Ascension (July 1998)

Act Two:

  • Defiance (February 1999)
  • Whiteout (February 2000)
  • Breakpoint (August 23, 2003)

Act Three:

  • Reboot (March 20, 2004)
  • Corruption (June 24, 2005)
  • Verify (After an 18-card preview set was released by BSRD, expansion was canceled by Darkened Sky in 2007)

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