|Industry||Video game industry|
|Products||Graphic adventure games|
Wizarbox is a video game developer based in France. They are notable for their graphic adventure games developed by industry veterans, such as the So Blonde series by Steve Ince (lead designer of Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon) and Gray Matter by Jane Jensen (lead designer of the Gabriel Knight series). The company declared bankruptcy in December 2012 and was placed in receivership by a French court. Interaction-Games later acquired Wizardbox.
Wizarbox had been porting video games by other companies to consoles since 2002's Arx Fatalis. In 2007, they released their first in-house developed video game, So Blonde, written and designed by industry veteran Steve Ince. The success of So Blonde led to the development of the So Blonde: Back to the Island (an alternate reality scenario set during the events of the original game) and the spin-off Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle. After the troubled development of Gray Matter by Jane Jensen, they took over development of the title and released it in 2010.
- 2002 Arx Fatalis (Xbox port)
- 2006 Panzer Elite Action: Fields of Glory (Xbox port)
- 2007 Scrabble 2007 Edition
- 2007 Azur and Asmar
- 2008 So Blonde
- 2009 Risen (Xbox 360 port)
- 2010 So Blonde: Back to the Island
- 2010 Gray Matter
- 2012 Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle
- 2012 Risen 2: Dark Waters (Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 port)
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- "Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle Heading to PS3, PC, Nintendo Wii and DS in February 2012". Just Adventure. Retrieved 2012-03-26.
- "Jane Jensen’s Gray Matter Out, Costs €∞". Rock, Paper, Shotgun. Retrieved 2012-03-26.
- "So Blonde: Steve Ince Nominated for Writers' Guild Awards". IGN. 2008-09-25. Retrieved 2013-07-13.