The Logic Factory is an award-winning video game development company founded by Jason and Todd Templeman in 1993.[2] The company is responsible for Ascendancy (1995), a turn-based science fiction strategy game for the PC, and The Tone Rebellion (1997).

Other games

In February 2005 The Logic Factory's website announced beta testing for a game called Seeker.[3] Seeker would use "episodic" content, where players purchase game episodes through the internet. This would allow the developers to see how the users react and make changes to future episodes.[4]

Both Seeker and Ascendancy 2 would use The Logic Factory's "Hydra" 3D engine. "Hydra" is a package of developer resources created by The Logic Factory team to create their brand-new 3D games.


  2. Dan Sullivan (TruthSword). "Seeker Interview", IGN Vault, August 20, 1999.
  3. The Logic Factory. "Seeker - Coming Soon". Archived from the original on 01-23-2005. Accessed 02-07-2010.
  4. IGN. "Spotlight: Seeker", IGN Vault Archive, Feb 1999. Accessed Feb 7 2010.

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