CI Games

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CI Games S.A.
Industry Video game industry
Founded 2002; 16 years ago (2002)
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Key people
Marek Tymiński (CEO)
Products Sniper: Ghost Warrior
Number of employees

CI Games S.A., formerly City Interactive S.A., is a Polish international publisher and developer of video games for various platforms including PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo DS and Wii. The company was created in 2002 by combining publishing house Lemon Interactive with two video game developer studios.

CI Games' headquarters are located in Warsaw, and the company has opened studios in Rzeszów, Katowice, Bydgoszcz, Poznań, in Poland, and more recently in Bucharest, Romania, as well as offices in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The developer is known for creating the Sniper: Ghost Warrior series and Lords of the Fallen.


City Interactive logo, used until August 2013.

CI Games was established in 2002 and operated under the name City Interactive until changing the company name to CI Games in August 2013.[1] In 2007, the company changed its form from a limited liability company to a joint-stock company and began trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

In 2009, CI Games opened an office in Poznan, in western Poland.

List of games[edit]

Games developed and published[edit]

  • Alien Rage (formerly Alien Fear)
  • Aquatica: The Sunken City
  • Armed Forces Corp.
  • Art of Murder 3: Cards of Destiny
  • Art of Murder: Deadly Secrets
  • Art of Murder 1: FBI Confidential
  • Art of Murder 2: Hunt for the Puppeteer
  • Art of Murder: The Secret Files
  • Battlestrike: Force of Resistance (released as Mortyr III in Eastern Europe)
  • Battlestrike: Road to Berlin (also known as WWII: Battlestrike)
  • Battlestrike: Shadow of Stalingrad (also known as Battlestrike: Force of Resistance 2)
  • Battlestrike: The Siege
  • Beauty Factory
  • Brain College: 3 Days ZOO Mystery
  • Brain College: Ancient Quest of Saqqarah
  • Brain College: Aztec Adventures
  • Brain College: Blood Ties
  • Brain College: Call of Atlantis
  • Brain College: Chinese Temple
  • Brain College: Coyote's Tales: Sisters of Fire and Water
  • Brain College: El Dorado Quest
  • Brain College: Herod's Lost Tomb
  • Brain College: Lost City of Z
  • Brain College: Magic Bootique
  • Brain College: Pharaoh's Mystery
  • Brain College: Stoneloops of Jurassica
  • Brain College: The Mystery of the Mary Celeste
  • Brain College: Tropical Lost Island
  • Chicken Riot
  • Chronicles of Mystery: Curse of the Ancient Temple
  • Chronicles of Mystery: Secret of the Lost Kingdom
  • Chronicles of Mystery: The Legend of the Sacred Treasure
  • Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual
  • Chronicles of Mystery: The Secret Tree of Life
  • Code of Honor: The French Foreign Legion
  • Code of Honor 2: Conspiracy Island
  • Code of Honor 3: Desperate Measures
  • Combat Wings
  • Combat Wings: Battle of Britain
  • Combat Wings: Battle of the Pacific
  • Combat Wings: Great Battles of WWII (also known as Dogfight 1942)
  • Combat Zone: Special Forces
  • Cooking Academy
  • Cooking Academy 2
  • Crime Lab: Body of Evidence
  • Enemy Front
  • Farm Frenzy
  • I Love Beauty: Hollywood Makeover
  • I love Beauty: Make Up Studio
  • Jade Rousseau: The Fall of Sant Antonio
  • Jet Storm: Modern Dogfights (also known as Jetfighter 2015)
  • Jewels of Atlantis
  • Jewels of Sahara
  • Jewels of the Ages
  • Jewels of Tropical Lost Island
  • Logic Machines
  • Lords of the Fallen
  • Murder in Venice
  • Operation Thunderstorm (also known as Mortyr IV: Operation Thunderstorm)
  • Party Designer
  • Project Freedom (also known as Space Interceptor and Starmageddon 2)
  • Redneck Kentucky and the Next Generation Chickens
  • SAS: Secure Tomorrow
  • Shutter Island
  • Smash Up Derby
  • Sniper: Art of Victory
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3
  • Sushi Academy
  • Tank Combat
  • The Chickenator
  • The Hell in Vietnam
  • The Royal Marines Commando
  • Terrorist Takedown
  • Terrorist Takedown: Covert Operations
  • Terrorist Takedown: Payback
  • Terrorist Takedown: War in Colombia
  • Terrorist Takedown 2
  • Terrorist Takedown 3
  • Vampire Moon: The Mystery of the Hidden Sun
  • Wings of Honour
  • Wings of Honour: Battles of the Red Baron
  • Wolfschanze II
  • WWII: Pacific Heroes

Games published[edit]

Note: Most of these titles were published by City Interactive only in Eastern Europe. For other territories, different publishers were involved. City Interactive wasn't a worldwide publisher before the release of Sniper: Ghost Warrior.

  • Aggression: Reign Over Europe
  • Airborne Troops (developed by Widescreen Games)
  • Alarm for Cobra 11: Crash Time II (developed by Synetic)
  • Alcatraz (developed by Silden) (not to be confused with the Infogrames game of the same name)
  • Alpha Black Zero (originally published by Playlogic)
  • America's Secret Operations (developed by Direct Action Games, originally published as Combat: Task Force 121 by Groove Games)
  • America's Secret Operations: Close Conflict (developed by Direct Action Games, originally published as Close Quarters Conflict by Groove Games)
  • Apassionata
  • Battlestrike: Call to Victory (developed by Jarhead Games, originally published as World War II Sniper: Call To Victory by Groove Games)
  • Battlestrike: Secret Weapons (developed by Direct Action Games, originally published as World War II Combat: Road To Berlin by Groove Games)
  • Bet On Soldier: Black-Out Saigon, a stand-alone expansion for Bet On Soldier: Blood Sport (developed by Kylotonn, originally published by Frogster Interactive)
  • Bet On Soldier: Blood of Sahara, an stand-alone expansion for Bet On Soldier: Blood Sport (developed by Kylotonn, originally published by Frogster Interactive)
  • BreakQuest (retail boxed Version only, developed by Nurium Games)
  • Dark Sector (PC port, developed by Digital Extremes)
  • Dusk 12: Deadly Zone (developed by Orion Games)
  • Farm Frenzy (Nintendo DS Port) (developed by Alawar Entertainment)
  • Gene Troopers (originally published by Playlogic)
  • Golden Age of Racing (originally published by Midas Interactive)
  • GT-R 400 (originally published by Midas Interactive)
  • Heat Wave (developed by Nemesys Games)
  • Hidden Target (developed by Gingerbread Studios, also known as Jonathan Kane: The Protector and The Mark 2)
  • Overspeed: High Performance Street Racing (developed by Invictus Games, originally published as LA Street Racing by Groove Games)
  • Made Men (originally published by Aspyr)
  • Marine Heavy Gunner: Vietnam (developed by Brainbox Games, originally published by Groove Games)
  • Marine Sharpshooter 3 (developed by Jarhead Games, originally published by Groove Games)
  • Marine Sharpshooter 4 (developed by Jarhead Games, originally published by Groove Games)
  • MotorM4X: Offroad Extreme (developed by The Easy Company)
  • Pirate Hunter (developed by ND games and D10 Soft)
  • Pyroblazer (developed by Candella Studios and Eipix)
  • Red Ocean (developed by Collision Studios, originally published by DTP Entertainment)
  • RTL Biathlon 2009
  • RTL Winter Sports 2009
  • Saw (originally published by Konami)
  • SCAR (Squadra Corse Alfa Romeo)
  • Sniper: Path of Vengeance (originally published by Xicat Interactive)
  • Specnaz 2 (developed by BYTE Software)
  • Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run (originally published by Midway Games)
  • Street Racer: Europe
  • Terrorist Takedown: Conflict in Mogadishu (developed by Jarhead Games, originally published as Army Ranger: Mogadishu by Groove Games)
  • The Heat of War (developed by Direct Action Games, originally published as World War II Combat: Iwo Jima by Groove Games)
  • The History Channel: Great Battles of Rome
  • The Stalin Subway 2 (developed by Orion Games, originally published by Buka Entertainment)
  • TrackMania Turbo: Build to Race (Nintendo DS port)
  • Ubersoldier II (developed by Burut Creative Team, also known as "Crimes Of War")
  • Wolfschanze 1944 (developed by Calaris)
  • World of Goo (Retail boxed version only, developed by 2D Boy)


  1. ^ CI Games S.A. (2013-08-22). "Current Report 34/2013". CI Games S.A. Retrieved 2015-08-18. 

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