OverviewCrawfish Interactive was a developer of Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance titles, founded by Cameron Sheppard in March 1997. They developed over 40 games, but the company folded in November 2002. From June thorough to November publisher interest was unsure on the GBA. Crawfish had many titles finishing and a number of publishers not paying on time. These issues joined meant that the company couldn't continue quite long enough.
Nine employees moved on to Climax, where they joined the newly-founded Climax Handheld.
|Ed, Edd n Eddy: Jawbreakers!||(2003)|
|Superman: Countdown to Apokolips||(2003)|
|Robot Wars: Advanced Destruction||(2002)|
|Defender of the Crown||(2002)|
|Street Fighter Alpha 3||(2002)|
|Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever||(2002)|
|Three Stooges, The||(2002)|
|Disney's Peter Pan: Return to Never Land||(2002)|
|Ecks vs. Sever||(2001)|
|Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2||(2001)|
|LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge||(2001)|
|Aliens: Thanatos Encounter||(2001)|
|Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe||(2001)|
|Godzilla: The Series - Monster Wars||(2000)|
|X-Men: Mutant Academy||(2000)|
|Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six||(2000)|
|Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams||(2000)|
|ECW Hardcore Revolution||(2000)|
|Mary-Kate & Ashley: Get a Clue!||(2000)|
|New Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley, The||(1999)|
|Godzilla: The Series||(1999)|
|Ready 2 Rumble Boxing||(1999)|
|Maya the Bee & Her Friends||(1999)|
|WWF War Zone||(1998)|
|Bust-A-Move 3 DX||(1998)|
TriviaTheir website was at http://www.crawfish.co.uk/.
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