Realtime Worlds is an entertainment software company with a focus on video games such as Crackdown and APB. The team behind Realtime Worlds has been involved with the development of hits such as Lemmings and Grand Theft Auto.
The company is the largest independent game producer in Scotland. It also has offices in Boulder, CO.
It has won two awards from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts for Crackdown.
Funding Rounds (3) - $82.75MUpdate
Current Team (3)Update
Coming in 2008, All Points Bulletin (APB) is an original MMOG for PC being developed in partnership with Webzen of Korea.
Released in February 2007, Crackdown is exclusive to Xbox 360, developed first-party for Microsoft.
Mobile Forces was a game developed in partnership with Rage Software.
|Jun 3, 2016||GameSpot - GTA-Style MMO APB Reloaded Quietly Launches on Xbox One, Has a $200 DLC Option|
|Aug 4, 2015||The Verge - Crackdown 3 trailer promises 100 percent destructible environments|
|Aug 28, 2014||Venture Beat - GamesBeat 2014 panel tackles partnering with Asian giants -- without getting trampled|
|Jun 15, 2012||Venture Beat - APB Reloaded: Turning a game that killed a studio into a 3-million-user success (interview)|
|Dec 15, 2011||Venture Beat - Previously a dud, relaunched APB game gets 3 million users in a week|
|Nov 21, 2011||Venture Beat - A List Games raises $9.3M to market digital games|
|Nov 17, 2010||Techworld - APB gets stay of execution after Realtime Worlds property sold off|
|Nov 11, 2010||Venture Beat - Why EA took over giant online game Star Wars: The Old Republic (video)|
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