Runecraft Ltd.

Moby ID: 1534

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Software design and development studio, specializing in brand-led video games. Runecraft's clients include US publishers such as Hasbro, Mattel, Interplay, Activision, Crave and Ripcord. The company is based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, and was formed in April 1997. Since then, Runecraft has expanded and now employs around 110 full-time employees and operates game development studios in Dewsbury, Glasgow and Nottingham as well as US business development offices in Boston, MA and San Francisco, CA.

Credited on 33 Games from 1997 to 2003

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Scrabble: 2003 Edition (2003 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
Super Bubble Pop (2002 on Windows, PlayStation, Game Boy Advance...)
Premier Manager: 2002/2003 Season (2002 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
Monopoly Party (2002 on PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube)
Butt-Ugly Martians: B.K.M. Battles (2002 on Game Boy Advance)
Westlife Fan-O-Mania (2002 on Windows, PlayStation)
Butt-Ugly Martians: Zoom or Doom! (2002 on PlayStation 2, GameCube)
Jim Henson's The Hoobs (2002 on PlayStation)
Men in Black: The Series - Crashdown (2001 on PlayStation)
Tintin: Destination Adventure (2001 on Windows, PlayStation)
Barbie Explorer (2001 on Windows, PlayStation)
Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX (2001 on Windows, PlayStation, Dreamcast)
Shadow of Destiny (2001 on Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox...)
Backyard Soccer (2001 on PlayStation)
Scrabble (2001 on Game Boy Color)
Scrabble (2001 on Windows, PlayStation)
Spec Ops: Covert Assault (2001 on PlayStation, PSP, PlayStation 3...)
Spec Ops: Ranger Elite (2001 on PlayStation, PS Vita, PlayStation 3...)
Detective Barbie: The Mystery Cruise (2000 on PlayStation)
Caesars Palace 2000 (2000 on Windows, PlayStation, Dreamcast)

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History +

December 2002

The company closes down.

April 1997

Company formed.

Trivia +

The company website was formerly located at www.runecraft.co.uk

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