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Rune has an office in San Francisco
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Rune News and Updates

Europe is getting its first underwater restaurant and the rest of the world should take note

Move over Seaworld, there's a new attraction in town and you can eat there. A Norwegian architecture firm, Snøhetta, is building Europe's first underwater restaurant called Under, and it hopefully won't be the last.  SEE ALSO: Amazon just added a new feature that could mean big things for restaura…

Rune: Ragnarok is Human Head’s return to Norse mythology after 17 years

Human Head Studios is back with a sequel to one of its first games. The company announced Rune: Ragnarok today, which is the followup to its 2000 PC action-adventure Rune. Like the original, Rune: Ragnarok will take place in a world of Norse mythology. This updated take will have a heavier focus on …
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