Kaboom Studios Limited (formerly Geoff Brown Holdings Limited) was a British holding company established by Geoff Brown in 1996 to pursue video game development. The company was started through the acquisition a 75% stake in Silicon Dreams Studio, a video game developer founded by Brown in March 1994, as in-house development team for his publishing company, U.S. Gold, until the entire CentreGold umbrella (including U.S. Gold and Silicon Dreams) was sold to Eidos Interactive in April 1996, in December 1996. In January 1997, Brown also acquired Attention to Detail, and a motion capture studio Audiomotion, as well as another developer, Pivotal Games, were founded under the Kaboom umbrella in 1997 and March 2000, respectively. In 2003, Kaboom Studios faced major financial struggles, resulsting in the colsure of Attention to Detail and Silicon Dreams Studio on 28 August 2003 and 3 September 2003, respectively.
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