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Creature Labs Ltd.

Moby ID: 812

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  • Cyberlife Technology, Ltd. - Company name until November 1999

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Cyberlife Technology, Ltd. was a a company based in Cambridge, England set up to develop the artificial life technology created by Steve Grand. Originally dedicated to Artificial Life simulations, the company is most famous for the Creatures franchise, but they also developed a standard range of computer games and provided the technology for the BBC gameshow BAMZOOKi.

In November 1999, the name was changed to Creature Labs Ltd after a consolidation of its teams down to just the entertainment group. Steve Grand's Applied Research R&D team was spun off as Cyberlife Research. They produced toys as well as sequels to the Creatures franchise.

The company was shut down in March 2003 and the intellectual property was picked up by Gameware Europe Ltd. The name is now used as an internal development division and brand label for Gameware Development.

Credited on 22 Games from 1996 to 2004

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Creatures: The Albian Years (2004 on Windows)
The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys (2002 on PlayStation, Game Boy Advance)
Creatures: Raised in Space (2002 on PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP)
Pac-Man All-Stars (2002 on Windows)
Atari Revival (2002 on Windows)
Warlords (2002 on Windows)
Silent Hill 2: Restless Dreams (2001 on Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox)
Creatures Internet Edition (2001 on Windows, Macintosh, Linux)
Dig Dug Deeper (2001 on Windows)
The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys (2001 on Windows)
Creatures Village (2001 on Windows, Macintosh)
Ms. Pac-Man: Quest for the Golden Maze (2001 on Windows)
The Snowman (2001 on Windows 3.x)
Creatures Playground (2000 on Windows)
The Creatures Trilogy (2000 on Windows)
Creatures 3 (1999 on Windows)
Creatures Adventures (1999 on Windows)
Creatures 2 (1998 on Windows)
Creatures 2 Deluxe (1998 on Windows)
Creatures Deluxe (1998 on Windows)

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July 1, 2003

The company's IP rights and assets are acquired by Gameware Europe Ltd. The name is continued to be used as an internal development division and brand label for Gameware.

March 2003

The company is shut down.

November 1999

The company changes its name from Cyberlife Technology, Ltd. to Creature Labs Ltd.

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

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