Launching an online multiplayer game is challenging in the best of conditions. Try launching one in the midst of a natural disaster, though. That's what Guns of Icarus
faced in October of 2012 as Hurricane Sandy battered the northeastern United States and left New Yorkers -- including Muse staffers -- without power and internet for weeks.
Muse CEO Howard Tsao
tells the full story in the fourth part of his Guns of Icarus
post-mortem, which Gamasutra published this morning.