On-line Entertainment Ltd., 642a Lea Bridge Road, London, E10 6AP, UK [old address]
Virtually out of the ashes of CRL, On-line Entertainment was founded in 1989 by 1980s teenage programming whizz-kid Clement Chambers and business partner Michael Hodges. On-line was a consumer leisure based service that published games and offered multi-player games (e.g. Air Warrior, MUD II, Federation II) via the internet, Dialplus & Tymnet networks, or by direct dial. One of their most notable releases was THE INTERACTIVE ROCKY HORROR SHOW on the PC in 1999.