This article is about something in reality outside of the world of Mech Mice.
Rocketsnail Games is an online game company that was founded in 1999 by Lance Priebe, and is best known for their hit game, Club Penguin. The headquarters are in Kelowna BC, Canada. The company started off with their first game, Ballistic Biscuit. The company progressed steadily as Lance created more games, and hired friends as employees. The company practically shut down after the Walt Disney Company bought Club Penguin in 2007, but later opened up again in late 2010. The company currently has 9 employees as of 2013 before merging to Hyper Hippo Productions. They did this to create higher quality games at a faster rate, since they couldn't support creating Mech Mice Tactics by themselves.
- Mech Mice Tactics – Executive Producer/Game Designer
- Stargate SG1: Unleashed – Executive Producer
- Box 'O Snails - Game Designer
- Unannounced MMO – Executive Producer/Game Designer
- Unannounced Board Game – Game Designer
Club Penguin (2005) – Game Designer/Artist
Penguin Chat 3 (2005) – Game Designer/Artist
Penguin Chat 2 (2003) – Game Designer/Artist
Word Crunch (2003) – Game Designer/Artist
Mancala Snails (2002) – Game Designer/Artist
Experimental Penguins (2000) – Game Designer/Artist
Ballistic Biscuit (2000) – Game Designer
Lance Priebe hasn't revealed any financial information about the company, though there are some reports about how much they'd earnt. The company evidently has enough money to build a new office. Also, Rocketsnail earned 350 million dollars after Disney purchased Club Penguin, allowing them for enough funding for Mech Mice.
Lance Priebe has a website called Rocketsnail.com. It features 3 pages:
- Lance Priebe, the CEO of Rocketsnail Games, doesn't have any plans for making his Rocketsnail Games a major company. He says it is, and has always been, his own personal company, which may be a reason for transferring Mech Mice Tactics over to Hyper Hippo Productions.
- On the website, the playable games are Word Crunch, Mancala Snails, Ballistic Biscuit and Box 'O Snails.
- RocketSnail received $350 million for selling Club Penguin to Disney, and another $350 million in 2009, with a total of $700 million.