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Temtem is a massively multiplayer creature-collection adventure inspired by Pokémon created by Crema Games. Seek adventure at the lovely Airborne Archipelago along your Temtem squad. Catch every Temtem, battle other tamers, customize your house, join a friend's adventure or explore the online living-world.

The game will be available on four platforms: Steam (Windows), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.


Development of Temtem began in August 2017[1] and is created by a team of 12 developers listed below.

Name Job title
Enrique Paños CEO
Guillermo Andrades Game Director
Adrián Andrés Technical Artist
Alex Muñoz Art Director
Daniel Barba Lead Programmer
Andrea Corrons 2D Artist
Sara Tardón 3D Artist
Oscar Navarro 3D Artist
Manuel Martín Animator
Rafael Carneros Programmer
Víctor Ojuel Narrative Designer
Damian Sanchez Music & SFX


The development timeline as seen on Kickstarter.

Current dates are estimates as revealed by the developers and are subject to change. You can read more about the timeline here.

Date Description
August 2017 Development begins
June 2018 Kickstarter
November 2018 Alpha Begins
April 2019 Alpha Content Update 1
August 2019 Alpha Content Update 2
September 2019 Early Access Launch
May 2020 Final Release

About Crema

Crema was formed in 2009 where it began developing for mobile platforms. Instant Buttons was its first app which to date has surpassed 20 million downloads. The company was then incorporated in 2012 when its focus shifted to making top quality mobile games. It’s two big productions, Oh My Goat and Ridiculous Triathlon, were both featured by Apple on the AppStore and were both publicly and critically well received. Oh My Goat also achieved great success in China where it was featured on a number of App Stores amassing over half a million downloads. Crema is now focused on PC and console development with Immortal Redneck being its debut title on these platforms.

Related Pages


  • Before Temtem was named, it was internally referred to as Project Monsters.[2]