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The Creatures Information Exchange (orignally Creatures Exchange) was one of a number of websites I started whilst at university.  I discovered the 'game' when watching a rolling video on a magazine cover CD (an early FMV!) - I brought it on the day of it's release.
 
The Creatures Information Exchange (orignally Creatures Exchange) was one of a number of websites I started whilst at university.  I discovered the 'game' when watching a rolling video on a magazine cover CD (an early FMV!) - I brought it on the day of it's release.
  
I was heavily involved in the early days of the 'scene' and even managed to exchange a few emails about Creatures with the late Douglas Adams.  I coined the name grenorn, but the creation of the cross breed was nothing more than me mucking around with data files.
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I was heavily involved in the early days of the 'scene' and even managed to exchange a few emails about Creatures with the late Douglas Adams.  I coined the name grenorn, but the creation of the [[cross-breed]] was nothing more than me mucking around with data files.
  
 
I now work on the internet full-time and still intend, one day, to update the site.  You can visit my other projects at http://www.notbbc.co.uk/
 
I now work on the internet full-time and still intend, one day, to update the site.  You can visit my other projects at http://www.notbbc.co.uk/

Revision as of 19:58, 18 October 2005

Creatures Information Exchange

Introduction

Initially titled the Creatures Exchange, this was one of the oldest Creatures Community websites on the net.

Summary

Summary Of Content

Not much now, but the archived site contains some interesting nuggets of information about past history, including much on Grendels and grenorns.

History Of Website

The Creatures Information Exchange (orignally Creatures Exchange) was one of a number of websites I started whilst at university. I discovered the 'game' when watching a rolling video on a magazine cover CD (an early FMV!) - I brought it on the day of it's release.

I was heavily involved in the early days of the 'scene' and even managed to exchange a few emails about Creatures with the late Douglas Adams. I coined the name grenorn, but the creation of the cross-breed was nothing more than me mucking around with data files.

I now work on the internet full-time and still intend, one day, to update the site. You can visit my other projects at http://www.notbbc.co.uk/

Rob Sedgebeer - 28th Jan 2005

Interesting Facts