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Patrick Pligersdorffer

Also Known As

  • Storm

Game Credits


Pro Cycling Manager: Season 2012 (2012)   (President)
A Game of Thrones: Genesis (2011)   (President)


Confrontation (2012)   (Executive Producer)
Game of Thrones (2012)   (Executive Producer)
Of Orcs and Men (2012)   (Executive Producer)
Pro Cycling Manager: Season 2012 (2012)   (Executive Producer)
A Game of Thrones: Genesis (2011)   (Executive Producer)
Pro Cycling Manager: Season 2011 (2011)   (Producer)
Pro Cycling Manager: Season 2010 (2010)   (Producer)
Blood Bowl (2009)   (Executive Producer)
Pro Cycling Manager: Season 2009 (2009)   (Producer)
Pro Cycling Manager: Season 2008 (2008)   (Producer)
Loki: Heroes of Mythology (2007)   (Producer)
Horse Racing Manager 2 (2006)   (Executive Producer)
Pro Cycling Manager: Season 2006 (2006)   (Producer)
Runaway 2: The Dream of the Turtle (2006)   (Executive Producer)
Wintersport Pro 2006 (2006)   (Producer)
Chaos League: Sudden Death (2005)   (Executive Producer)
Pro Rugby Manager 2 (2005)   (Executive producer)
Chaos League (2004)   (Executive Producer)
Cycling Manager 4 (2004)   (Executive Producer)
Cycling Manager 3 (2003)   (Producer)
Final Stretch: Horse Racing Sim (2003)   (Executive Producer)


The Cursed Crusade (2011)   (Special Thanks)
Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper (2009)   (We would like to thank)
Speedball 2: Tournament (2007)   (Special Thanks)
Pro Rugby Manager 2 (2005)   (Special thanks to)
Top Gear RPM Tuning (2004)   (Special Thanks to)

Developer Biography

An MBA graduate from Purdue University, Patrick started his career as a financial analyst in an international bank.

In 1997, he joined Ubi Soft as a producer on Pro Rally 2001. In 1998, he opened the internal development studio of Ubisoft in Japan, where he recruited graphic artists, programmers and game designers to work on Japanese-specific developments. He also negotiated the acquisition of Japanese licenses to be used in Ubisoft games.

Patrick quit Ubisoft in 2000 to create Cyanide, a studio he still heads today.

Last updated: Mar 31, 2008