http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-tayside-central-11003456 "Pioneering Dundee-based computer games company Realtime Worlds has gone into administration putting hundreds of jobs at risk. The company, founded by the creator of Lemmings and Grand Theft Auto, is based at a former jute mill in the city. It employs about 250 people and was seen as one of the biggest players in the global computer games market. Its newest title, online role-playing game APB, launched a few weeks ago but has experienced "lacklustre" demand." I'm pretty shocked. I didn't realise APB was doing so badly.