The Game Creators
|The Game Creators, Ltd.|
|Lancashire, United Kingdom (1999)|
|Lee Bamber and Richard Vanner|
|[[Video game development software]] and modelling software|
The Game Creators Limited is a British software company formed through a partnership between Lee Bamber and Rick Vanner in 1999, located in Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. The company was formerly known as DarkBASIC Software Limited.
The company primarily develops game development tools for the PC. Some of the products they have created include DarkBASIC, its successor, DarkBASIC Professional, The 3D Gamemaker, Play Basic, DarkGDK, FPS Creator and FPS Creator X10.
The company also electronically publishes a number of other game development tools and utilities made by other parties, such as 3d modeling tools and media. In the past, they published a small number of computer games.
In 2005, The Game Creators acquired AlienCodec, a small development company. The Aliencodec product range is now distributed by The Game Creators, with the original company existing only as a wholly-owned brand of The Game Creators Ltd.
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