About Cyberlife Technology
Creature Labs is a games development studio based in Cambridge, currently owned and operated by Cyberlife Technology Ltd. The company develops games for the computer and video games markets and aims to promote the ‘Artificial Life’ technology it uses as a standard development platform for games and entertainment software. Creature Labs has developed games based upon internationally recognised licenses (Pac-Man, Sea-Monkeys, Warlords) as well as developing in-house games, such as the million-selling Creatures and James Pond franchises. The company has a pipeline of games under development for current and next generation platforms, including PC, Xbox, PS2, GBA and GameCube. The company has built a patented Artificial Life software engine, called CyberLife. As well as providing a platform for games development, this technology has applications in other entertainment markets. These include the development of a wireless games platform, an online/TV concept and a robot toy. Recent awards won by the company include being nominated for two BAFTA awards and winning the International EMMA awards twice. Clients include: BBC, Encore, FastTrak, Hasbro, Havas, Infogrames, Motorola, Swing! Entertainment and Konami.The firm Cyberlife Technology Ltd, Company Number 02989011, took over the Creature Labs business from Creatures Labs Ltd, Company Number 02408478, when the latter firm was placed under an administration order in May 2002. Both Company 02408478 and Company 02989011 have had several name changes and both have been registered at Companies House at various times as Cyberlife Technology Ltd and Millenium Interactive Ltd. A full list of name changes for both firms and a brief explanation is included below in the numbered notes that follow. Shareholders in Cyberlife Technology Ltd, Number 02989011, include 3i Group plc and Foresight Technology VCT plc, who together invested a total of £2.5m in 2000.The company went out of business on 15/2003 and has liquidated all assets.