|Industry||Computer and video game industry|
|Headquarters||Dallas, Texas, USA|
7th Level was a video game development company based in Dallas, Texas and founded in 1993. The company was most famous for developing the three Monty Python games (with the aid of Python member Eric Idle), G-Nome (1997) — a MechWarrior-style game, for publishing Helicops (1997) — an anime-inspired arcade-style aerial combat game, and for Tracer — a game of hacking distributed computer systems for cash using a virtual avatar in the design of Neuromancer, Shadowrun, or Snowcrash styled virtual worlds.
7th Level announced their intention to merge with Pulse Entertainment on November 17, 1997 to create P7 Solutions — an integrated solutions company. The distribution rights for the three Monty Python games were acquired by Panasonic Interactive Media the next day, ending 7th Level's involvement with game development and publishing. The announced merger between 7th Level and Pulse Entertainment was later canceled in April of the following year.
|Game name||Release year||Notes|
|Tuneland series||1993–1997||Released by a division of 7th Level|
|Monty Python's Complete Waste of Time||1994|
|Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games||1995||Developed by 7th Level and published by Disney Interactive|
|Take Your Best Shot||1995|
|Monty Python & the Quest for the Holy Grail||1996|
|The Universe According to Virgil Reality||1996|
|Monty Python's The Meaning of Life||1997|
|Tamagotchi||1997||PC version, created in association with Bandai Digital Entertainment|
|Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3||1998||Development finished by Ion Storm Inc.|
|Return to Krondor||1998||Development finished by PyroTechnix|
|Timon and Pumbaa's Hippo Hop||1998|
- "The Imagination Station's management information". Retrieved 2007-03-07.
- "7th Level Gets Out of Games". The Computer Show. 1997-11-17.
- "Panasonic Interactive Media Company Becomes Exclusive North American Distributor of "Monty Python" Titles". Coming Soon Magazine. 1997-11-18.
- "7th Level & Pulse Cancel Merger Plans". 1998-04-22.
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