Guerrilla Cambridge

Overview

Formed from the roots of Logotron, the London-based Millennium were best known for the James Pond series, but released a range of games, particularly for Amiga and ST systems. Their titles were generally distributed by U.S. Gold. In 1997 the company was bought by Sony and became SCE Studio Cambridge.

In 2009 it is part of the SCE Worldwide Studios group and is named simply Cambridge Studio.

In 2012 the studios became part of Guerrilla B.V. and its name was changed to Guerrilla Cambridge.

Also Known As

  • SCE Studio Cambridge (from Jul, 1997 to 2012)
  • Millennium Interactive Ltd. (from 1990 to Jul, 1997)

Games

Killzone: Mercenary(2013)
LittleBigPlanet(2009)
Heavenly Sword(2007)
Formula 1 Championship Edition(2007)
24: The Game(2006)
MediEvil: Resurrection(2005)
Ghosthunter(2003)
MediEvil / C-12: Final Resistance(2003)
Primal(2003)
C-12: Final Resistance(2001)
MediEvil II(2000)
MediEvil(1998)
Beast Wars: Transformers(1997)
Frogger(1997)
Deadline(1996)
Diggers 2: Extractors(1995)
Silverload(1995)
Under Pressure(1995)
Defcon 5(1995)
Mr. Blobby(1994)
Wild Cup Soccer(1994)
Vital Light(1994)
Super Troll Islands(1994)
Pinkie(1994)
James Pond 3: Operation Starfish(1993)
Morph(1993)
Diggers(1993)
Brutal Sports Football(1993)
Super Aquatic Games, The(1992)
Rome: Pathway to Power(1992)
Cyber Empires(1992)
Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back(1992)
Daughter of Serpents(1992)
Global Effect(1992)
Virtual Reality Vol. 2(1991)
Warlock: The Avenger(1991)
James Pond 2: Codename: RoboCod(1991)
Moonshine Racers(1991)
Strike II(1991)
Adventures of Robin Hood, The(1991)
Stormball(1991)
Thunderstrike(1990)
Horror Zombies from the Crypt(1990)
Cloud Kingdoms(1990)
Manix(1990)
Hercules(1990)
James Pond: Underwater Agent(1990)
Kid Gloves(1990)
Hoverforce(1990)

Trivia

Location in 2009:

Cambridge Studio
Hills Road
Cambridge UK

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