Millennium Interactive was a Cambridge-based company responsible for titles such as Rome: Pathway to Power, The Adventures of Robin Hood, James Pond, Defcon 5, Deadline and most notably, Creatures. Another notable title is Strike II, a 3-D air combat science fiction game. MediEvil began development prior to Millennium's acquisition by Sony.
The company was founded by Michael Hayward, Tony Beckwith, Ian Saunter and one other sometime in 1988.
In 1993, Steve Grand begins developing a project based on artificial life.
In November 1994, Cyberlife is set up to build products around Steve Grand's concepts of artificial life. By November of 1996, there are 10 people in this department.
This allowed Sony to acquire MediEvil.
- Kid Gloves (1990)
- Cloud Kingdoms (1990)
- James Pond: Underwater Agent (1990)
- Manix (1990)
- Resolution 101 (1990)
- Thunderstrike (1990)
- Warlock: The Avenger (1990)
- Yolanda: The Ultimate Challenge (1990)
- The Adventures of Robin Hood (1991)
- Horror Zombies from the Crypt (1991)
- James Pond 2: Codename RoboCod (1991)
- Moonshine Racers (1991)
- Stormball (1991)
- The Aquatic Games (1992)
- Global Effect (1992)
- Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back (1992)
- Rome AD92: The Pathway to Power (1992)
- Steel Empire (1992)
- Brutal Football: Brutal Sports Series (1993)
- Diggers (1993)
- Morph (1993)
- James Pond 3: Operation Starfish (1994)
- Mr Blobby (1994)
- Super Troll Islands (1994)
- Vital Light (1994)
- Wild Cup Soccer (1994)
- Bangboo (1995)
- Daughter of Serpents (1995)
- Defcon 5 (1995)
- Extractors: The Hanging Worlds of Zarg (1995)
- Pinkie (1995)
- SilverLoad (1995)
- Deadline (1996)
- Frogger (1997)
- ↑ Jason Nisse, Sony spends £6m on research base in The Times. Published July 14, 1997.