• Obvious Already Ramping Up With Two New Founding Team Hires

    Obvious Already Ramping Up With Two New Founding Team Hires

    Back in January of 2009, we noted that a “superstar team” was about to launch in the MMO space, with a startup called Ohai. A few weeks ago, Ohai was sold, as VentureBeat’s Deak Takahashi first reported. And at least two of those rockstars have now moved on. Susan Wu and Don Neufeld are the newest members of The Obvious Corporation, the idea incubator that was just re-started… Read More

  • Ohai: City Of Eternals MMOG Opens To All + Details On Their Next Game

    Ohai’s Flash based MMOG City Of Eternals, where good looking vampires kill each other, is now out of private alpha and is open to everyone. The game first went into wide testing in November 2009 and currently has 40,000 players. You can now sign in and start playing in seconds via Facebook Connect, and Twitter integration is on the way. Key stats from the alpha testing: 70% of… Read More

  • First Video Of City Of Eternals MMOG + 500 Invites

    Earlier this evening we broke the news on the upcoming launch of City Of Eternals, the first Flash MMOG from Ohai. I have the rough footage below of in game play, and will add a proper screencast shortly. This is a World of Warcraft style MMOG that’s free to play and Flash based. It’s also integrated with Facebook Connect to allow easy signup and, more importantly, you can play… Read More

  • Move Aside, Vampire Wars. City Of Eternals Is A Real Game.

    We first wrote about Flash MMOG startup Ohai back in January. There wasn’t anything to look at, but the company had raised $6 million in funding and had assembled a small but impressive group of gaming technology executives. Now they’re ready to launch their first game, City Of Eternals. The timing is perfect – the vampire themed game will attract the Twilight-crazy crowd… Read More

  • Superstar Team To Launch Flash MMOG Called Ohai

    New startup Ohai has been getting big cocktail party buzz over the last few months. The company won’t disclose much about what they’re doing, except that they’re building a Flash-based massively multiplayer online game (MMOG). And they certainly have the team to do it. Susan Wu, the founder and CEO, is a former principal at Charles River Ventures and the former CMO of the… Read More