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The first game in the '''Creatures''' series, also a catch-all term for the series.
 
The first game in the '''Creatures''' series, also a catch-all term for the series.
Currently the Creatures series stands at:
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==The Creatures Series==
*Creatures: released 1996
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Currently the '''Creatures''' series stands at:
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*'''Creatures''': released 1996
 
*[[Creatures 2]]: released 1998
 
*[[Creatures 2]]: released 1998
 
*[[Creatures 3]]: released 1999
 
*[[Creatures 3]]: released 1999
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*[[Creatures Playground]]
 
*[[Creatures Playground]]
 
*[[Creatures Adventures]]
 
*[[Creatures Adventures]]
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==Creatures, the Game==
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The original Creatures game was set in [[Albia]] and featured [[Norns]], [[Grendels]] and much in the way of [[cheese]] and [[carrots]]. The game was limited by the technology of the time, being restricted to a 256-colour palette, bamboo architecture and occasional background sounds rather than the [[music]] which evolved in latter titles. The development title for Creatures was "Small Furry Creatures" - the game also became known as C1 after [[Creautres 2]] was (eventually) released.
  
 
The word [[Creature|Creatures]] is also used in plural to refer to the [[A-Life]] animals which are the focus of the games.
 
The word [[Creature|Creatures]] is also used in plural to refer to the [[A-Life]] animals which are the focus of the games.

Revision as of 21:28, 30 December 2004

The first game in the Creatures series, also a catch-all term for the series.

The Creatures Series

Currently the Creatures series stands at:

Creatures, the Game

The original Creatures game was set in Albia and featured Norns, Grendels and much in the way of cheese and carrots. The game was limited by the technology of the time, being restricted to a 256-colour palette, bamboo architecture and occasional background sounds rather than the music which evolved in latter titles. The development title for Creatures was "Small Furry Creatures" - the game also became known as C1 after Creautres 2 was (eventually) released.

The word Creatures is also used in plural to refer to the A-Life animals which are the focus of the games.