Llamasoft Ltd.

Moby ID: 1954

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Founded on 21st March 1982 by Jeff Minter, Llamasoft quickly established a reputation for producing games rich in originality, adrenaline-pumping action, quirky humour and digital ungulates. Over the years Llamasoft has released over 30 games on nearly 20 platforms, garnering plenty of awards along the way as well as a loyal community of fans - The Llamasofties.

After nearly a quarter of a century developing distinctive and addictive entertainment software, Llamasoft isn't slowing down - in fact the best is yet to come. If you're a fan of retina searing visuals, precision-balanced gameplay and the occasional ovine utterance then stand by your beast - there's more on the way...

You can find out more about Llamasoft's journey in the on-going Llamasoft History series. For more information about the creative talents, read the introductions to Jeff Minter and Ivan Zorzin.

Credited on 58 Games from 1982 to 2023

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Akka Arrh (2023 on Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One...)
Moose Life (2020 on Windows, PlayStation 4)
Minotaur Arcade: Vol. 1 - Gridrunner / Goatup (2018 on PlayStation 4, Windows)
Tempest 4000 (2018 on Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One...)
Polybius (2017 on Windows, PlayStation 4)
TxK (2014 on PS Vita)
Goatup 2 (2013 on iPad, iPhone)
Super Ox Wars (2012 on iPhone, iPad)
FiveADay (2012 on iPhone, iPad)
Gridrunner (2012 on iPhone, iPad, Android)
Caverns of Minos (2012 on iPhone, iPad)
GoatUp (2011 on iPad, iPhone)
Deflex (2011 on iPhone, iPad)
Minotron: 2112 (2011 on iPhone, iPad)
Minotaur Rescue (2011 on iPad, iPhone)
Gridrunner Revolution (2009 on Windows)
Space Giraffe (2007 on Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One)
Gridrunner++ (2002 on Windows, J2ME, Macintosh...)
Hover Bovver 2: Grand Theft Flymo (2002 on Windows Mobile, Windows)
Revenge of the Mutant Camels II (2001 on Windows)

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Company founded by Jeff Minter.

Trivia +

Jeff Minter is both founder and sole employee of Llamasoft.

A very large Llamasoft archive used to be available at www.llamasoftarchive.com - it can still be accessed through www.archive.org

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