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Now, 41 years later, the Sea-Monkeys Instant Life kits and a range of Sea-Monkey merchandise are being relaunched on the strength of this cute artificial intelligence game developed by Creature Labs.
PC THOSE of a certain age will remember the Sea-Monkeys from all the small ads on the back of American comics.
Launched in 1960 by Honey Toy Industries as a biological novelty, Sea-Monkeys came as dehydrated eggs, sealed in packets.
As long-time fans and admirers of the Sea-Monkey phenomenon, we have always felt that a Sea-Monkey title based on our CyberLife technology would be a great success.
Harold von Braunhut, CEO of Transcience Corp and Sea-Monkey supremo said "I'm delighted to be working with the scientists and professionals at Creature Labs.
Originally introduced to the public in 1960 as "Instant Life(R)", this year marks the 40th anniversary of the Sea-Monkey brand, while last year the Sea-Monkey Watch, a mini-aquarium displaying both live pets and the time, was developed by Exploratoy's VP, George Atamian.
When one of a bowl of Sea-Monkeys - weird-looking brine shrimp, a novelty pet sold from the back of comic books during the Cold War - cracks that, "It's not our fault we don't look like the ad," you could have heard crickets chirping.
Sandy Lubert lives, laughs and learns in Ontario, Canada with her husband, their three sons, five fish, many sea-monkeys, two rats and a dog.
THEY were a craze in the 1960s, but now Sea-Monkeys are making a comeback.
There's even a new PC game, The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys, that allows you to control computer versions of these primitive pets.
The company's ExploraToy mass market division will extend its Amazing Live Sea-Monkeys entry in the science/nature category with the launch of a space shuttle adventure and PenQuarium.
Sea-Monkeys are hybrid brine shrimp that come to life, grow and have families with just a little help from their owners.