Draconis Entertainment

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Draconis Entertainment is a software development company founded in mid-2005 to maintain and develop the software titles of its defunct parent Adora Entertainment and the earlier ESP Softworks. Adora developer Josh de Lioncourt acquired the rights to most of the company's products, possibly including the incomplete The Eamon Guild of Free Adventurers, a title he had worked on as part of Adora. De Lioncourt continues to operate Draconis.

After three-and-a-half years with little activity on its website, Draconis announced in December 2012 its intention to begin releasing "both new titles as well as expanded versions of old ones". Draconis has not identified what all of these titles will be, though the first, an updated version of the 2001 audio puzzle/action game Change Reaction, was released in January 2013.

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