Kheops Studio

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Kheops Studio
Division (business)
IndustryVideo game industry
DefunctJanuary 2012
HeadquartersParis, France
ProductsAdventure games Edit this on Wikidata

Kheops Studio was an independent video game development studio created in September 2003. Its games were published by Microïds, which acquired the brand and intellectual property as insolvency assets of Cryo Interactive in 2002. The company was co-founded by Benoît Hozjan (of Cryo Interactive), who also served as the creative director for the studio and Stéphane Petit (of Cryo Interactive), who served as technical director. Kheops developed adventure games for the PC platform and released several major successful games. The studio is best known for creating games that have been described by the developer as "cultural entertainment", that is, games which are heavily drawn from historical or literary sources to include a mixture of history and fiction.[1]. After filing for bankruptcy, the studio was closed down in January 2012[2].

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  1. ^ "Benoît Hozjan interview". Adventure Classic Gaming. April 2008. Retrieved 2008-04-05.
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  3. ^ "Games". Kheops Studio. Archived from the original on 2012-07-02. Retrieved 2007-06-28.

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