|Industry||Computer and video game industry|
|Headquarters||Dunedin, New Zealand|
|Timothy Nixon, CEO|
Straylight's focus was on the application of "meaningful play", a term coined by CEO Timothy Nixon to describe play that borrows from serious Games and casual Games to produce an entertaining and meaningful (if not strictly "educational") experience.
Early in 2008, Nixon launched his Meaningful Play blog to promote and encourage discussion about the application of gaming technology as a learning tool.
Straylight received an award at TUANZ, 2005.
- Winner: TUANZ Entertainment Award for StarTag
- Finalist: Computerworld Excellence Awards, Innovation in IT for The Kitchen
Games Developed by Straylight Studios
- Simon Hartley. "Straylight Studios in liquidation". Otago Daily Times Online. Retrieved 2009-04-22.