Circle Studio

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Circle Studio
IndustryVideo games
FoundedOctober 2003
FoundersJeremy Heath-Smith, Adrian Smith
DefunctFebruary 2007
WebsiteWayback Archive

Circle Studio was a video game developer located in Derby, United Kingdom.[1]

The company was founded in October 2003 by a group of former employees at Core Design, a studio owned by Eidos Interactive. The founding employees of the new company, led by Jeremy Heath-Smith and Adrian Smith,[2] had a significant role in the Tomb Raider series, which was Core Design's best known creation.

In 2005, Circle Studio finished working on a title called Without Warning, a third-person shooter for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox.[3] It was published by Capcom. The game was generally poorly received, and after releasing it, Circle Studio began making and publishing DVD games[4] rather than video games.

The company was liquidated in February 2007, after having released a total of 9 DVD games and 1 video game.


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