Culica reveals rebrand

Company renamed; prepares to invent new games and partner with large manufacturer.
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The team behind the unique cube game Culica, which featured on BBC TV show Dragons’ Den, has changed its name.

Co-founders Chris Ollivier and James Eadon initially called the company Culica, but have renamed the company Captica in a bid to avert a mid-air branding collision with their game.

The firm says it will continue to invent new games and eventually wants to work with a large manufacturer, which has the muscle to get Captica games into players’ hands worldwide.

Eadon explained to ToyNews: “My next invention, still under wraps, is a return to my favourite realm: 3D. 

“True to Captica principles, the game will be ridiculously simple to learn and yet feature unique and deep gameplay. Both casual gamers and enthusiasts alike are rewarded.”

Captica: 07889 181 790

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