Traveller's Tales is a British video game company, being a subsidiary of TT Games.
Traveller's Tales was founded in 1989 by Jon Burton. Initially a small company focused on its own content, it grew in profile through developing games with larger companies such as Sega and Disney Interactive Studios. In 1996, the company incorporated under the name Currentclass, but changed its name to Travellers Tales (UK), doing business as Traveller's Tales, two months later. In 2004, development on Lego Star Wars: The Video Game started with publisher Giant Interactive Entertainment, and, the following year Traveller's Tales purchased and merged with Giant Interactive Entertainment, forming TT Games. From that point, Traveller's Tales served as the company's development branch, while Giant Interactive Entertainment became TT Games Publishing, the publishing branch. In 2007, the company acquired another developer and an animation studio, which became TT Fusion and TT Animation.
Relationship with Collin the Speedy BoyEdit
So far, Traveller's Tales had developed LEGO Collin the Speedy Boy: The Video Game and is confirmed to develop the Collin the Speedy Boy 3D: The FingerTown Problem remake titled Collin the Speedy Boy 3D: The FingerTown Problem: Resped. If the remake was proven to be a successful, then Traveller's Tales would be interested in doing some future CTSB games.
- The remake includes a surprise appearance of the 1994-2005 old Traveller's Tales logo, but the raccoon is in his 2000-2001; 2004 appearance.