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|Lone Planet Productions|
|Type of Company||Fanon Video Game Developer|
|Founder(s)||MeGa eXal (t∣b∣c)|
|Founded at/in|| 2012 (wiki wise)|
2009 (fanon wise)
Lone Planet Productions(formerly known as MGX Studios) is a fanon company owned by MeGa eXal (t∣b∣c). It is mostly known for several crossover projects, including the Vicinity Saga and the Multiversal Silver Spurs series-- not to mention the Fantendoverse's Shadowcalypse series.
Megaxi G. Exal, Sr. founded the MGX Studios company in early 2009. They began work on their first game, Super Mario Crossover Mission, which was eventually released in Q2 2010. However, it received extremely poor reviews and didn't truly sell well. With Exal Sr.'s every attempt to revive interest in MGX Studios' games, his titles failed miserably.
In 2012, Exal Sr.'s son, Megaxi G. Exal, Jr., released the three episodes of Super Mario Silver Spurs: The Crossover Vacation in theaters. Mixed reviews allowed MGX Studios to receive a moderate boost of income. Exal Jr. led some more projects, and in 2014, he took charge of the company after his father retired, saying that it was up to him to lead the way. Exal Jr. renamed the company Lone Planet Productions, and he directs several projects to this day.
Under Exal Jr.'s leadership, Lone Planet has formed close bonds with Nintendo, SEGA, Cartoon Network Interactive, and eventually Nick Games. Other developers, most notably the famous Toroko, have joined forces with Lone Planet and served as mentors.