|This article relies on references to primary sources. (November 2007)|
|Type||Video game developer|
|Headquarters||Melbourne, Australia The Cluster|
|Key people||Chris Mosely (CEO), Samantha Robson (Co-founder and former COO)|
Redtribe is an Australian video game developer that was co-founded in 2003 by veteran game developer and entrepreneur Chris Mosely and Samantha Robson. Chris Mosely was previously the CEO and founder of Blue Tongue Entertainment in 1995. RedTribe was the first Australian developer to release a game on the XBox 360 & Wii.
Redtribe was Australia's fastest growing game development studio. Since it inception in 2003, the studio had brought together some of the biggest names in game development from around the world creating what was Australia´s most experienced and talented team, despite apparently having done so Redtribe failed to make a huge impact releasing games to universal panning by critics. The studio has attempted to be a developer of AAA quality games trying to focus on the highest production values and entertainment experiences creating titles based on IPs such as 'Space Chimps' and 'Jumper' .
A stable of veteran engineers and artists having worked in the games industry for numerous years on multi-million dollar titles across all skus. One of the company’s greatest achievements was attained as being recognised as the first Australian developer to release a game on the XBox 360 & Wii when they released the critically panned Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal in 2007 .
Redtribe´s core technology makes use of some of the capabilities of multiple platforms in particular, state-of-the-art textured box rendering technology on the PS2, Xbox360 and Wii. Redtribe´s technology focuses on simplicity through a level editor capable of only creating skewed boxes, empowering the creative team and enabling rapid prototyping of box worlds. The technology focuses on tools that streamline the 'art' pipeline. RedTribe harnesses a seasoned and highly regarded management team with over 20 years of experience in the computer game industry and has experience in every aspect of development including design, production, resource management, marketing and finance  despite this they have yet to produce a game which has at least received mediocre reviews.
RedTribe won the prestigious Business3000 'Export Business of the Year' and the overall ‘Business of the Year’ awards in 2007.
- Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal - 2007 (US)
- Space Chimps - 2008 (US)
- Jumper: Griffin's Story - 2008 (US)
- Hairy Balls for the Iphone & Ipad - 2012 (WW)
 Redtribe 2012, Redtribe About, accessed 01/05/2012, http://www.redtribe.com/.