Spiders (company)

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Spiders
Video game developer
Industry Computer and video game industry
Founded 2008
Headquarters Paris, France
Key people
Jehanne Rousseau (CEO), Wilfried Mallet (Technical Director), Stéphane Versini (Lead Game Designer), Sylvain Prunier (Lead Sound Designer), Julien Briatte (3D Lead Artist), Arnaud Beaume (Lead Animator), Walid Miled (Project Manager)
Products Video game
Number of employees
11-50
Website http://www.spiders-games.com

Spiders is a French video game development studio that was formed by several French videogame developers who previously worked together on the game Silverfall and its add-on, and decided to pursue a new venture together. They specialize in the design and development of action role-playing games, owing to their previous experience.[1]

Games[edit]

Title Release date Platform(s) Publisher
Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack The Ripper November, 2009 Port for X360 Focus Home Interactive
Faery: Legends of Avalon November 10, 2010 X360, PS3, PC Focus Home Interactive
Gray Matter February, 2011 Port for X360 DTP Entertainment
The Testament of Sherlock Holmes September, 2012 Port for X360, PS3 Focus Home Interactive
Of Orcs and Men September, 2012 X360, PS3, PC Focus Home Interactive
Mars: War Logs May (PC), July (360), August (PS3), 2013 X360, PS3, PC Focus Home Interactive
Bound by Flame May 9, 2014 PC, PS3, PS4, X360 Focus Home Interactive
The Technomancer June 28, 2016 PC, PS4, XONE Focus Home Interactive
Greedfall[2] TBD PC, PS4, XONE Focus Home Interactive

Game engine[edit]

All Spiders games are produced and developed using the company's own modified version of Sony's PhyreEngine, called the "Silk Engine". It includes most of the features of its parent-engine, and is modified to add its own unique features.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Company Spiders". IGN. Retrieved 2014-01-24. 
  2. ^ "GreedFall is a fantasy RPG inspired by Baroque art from 17th Century Europe". eurogamer. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Spider Solutions Engine". Spiders. Retrieved 2014-01-24. 

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