|Industry||Computer and video games|
|Key people||Rolf Klug (owner)
Patrick Ketchum (president, 1990-1995)
Paul Licari (general manager, 1995-1997)
|Products||Dark Seed series, I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream|
Cyberdreams Interactive Entertainment was a game publisher located in California that specialized in adventure games developed in collaboration with famous names from the fantasy, horror and science fiction genres.
Patrick Ketchum, who had founded Datasoft before, founded the company in 1990. In 1995 an "internal shake-up" took place by which the investors removed management and installed a "turnaround management team" that should accomplish the transition to 3rd party publishing. Ketchum left the company and started a career as photographer. The company went defunct early in 1997.
Cyberdreams other published titles included CyberRace, a futuristic racing game using the vehicle designs of Syd Mead, Noir: A Shadowy Thriller, a film noir interactive movie directed by Jeff Blyth, and a sequel to Dark Seed.
List of published titles
- Dark Seed (1992)
- CyberRace (1993)
- Dark Seed II (1995)
- I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (1995)
- Noir: A Shadowy Thriller (1996) 
Titles announced by Cyberdreams but never completed include Hunters of Ralk, a role-playing video game designed by Dungeons & Dragons creator Gary Gygax, and Wes Craven's Principles of Fear, based on a concept by film director Wes Craven. Other announced, but unpublished games are Evolver, Red Hell, Species, Reverence, and The Incredible Shrinking Character. Only two survived with the help of other publishers (Ares Rising and Blue Heat).
- Cyberdreams titles on Internet Movie Database
- Cyberdreams, Inc. on MobyGames
- Cyberdreams company history at Game Nostalgia
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