List of Crealude video games
Crealude is a video game developer and video game publisher. The following is a list of notable games they have published:
Mind Run is a video game developed and published by Crealude for the Amiga. The game was released in Europe in 1991 and is a puzzle game.
In the book Video Game Bible, the game was described as "While considered to be an 'educational' title by many, this is a puzzle game relying more on intelligence than skill. It is still a game however, regardless of the fact that it tests your mind instead of your thumbs."
Digi Follies is a video game developed and published by Crealude for the Macintosh. Digi Follies is a game in which the player arranges numbers on a grid so that none of the numbers are adjacent to the same number or to a number from which it differs by one.
Next Generation reviewed the game, rating it two stars out of five, and stated that "It might be good for very young children who are just learning their numbers, but for anyone above the age of eight, the game is underwhelming."
Le Point rated the game 7/10 and described the game as "3D puzzles for lovers of patience and complexity."
Word War 5
Next Generation reviewed the game, rating it two stars out of five, and stated that "Crealude's World War 5 is an obscure, weird, and severe edutainment misfire."
The game was also reviewed in the December 1995 PC Gamer.
- Slaven, Andy (2002). Video Game Bible, 1985–2002. p. 26. ISBN 9781553697312 – via Google Books. Search this book on
- "Finals". Next Generation. No. 5. Imagine Media. May 1995. p. 95.
- "Un plein tonneau de CD-ROM" (PDF). Le Point (in French). Retrieved May 9, 2020.
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- "Finals". Next Generation. No. 5. Imagine Media. May 1995. p. 94.
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