André Bernhardt

Also Known As

  • Andre Bernhard

Game Credits


Crash Time III (2009)   (New Business)
Die Gilde DS (2009)   (New Business)
Football Genius: The Ultimate Quiz (2009)   (New Business)
Crash Time II (2008)   (New Business)
RTL Biathlon 2009 (2008)   (New Business)
Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge (2008)   (New Business)


The Mystery of Whiterock Castle (2011)   (Game Design)

Quality Assurance

RTL Racing Team Manager (2008)   (Additional Testing)
1701 A.D. (2006)   (QA Testers)
ParaWorld (2006)   (Testers)
Knights of Honor (2004)   (Testers)
Chaser (2003)   (Testers)
Die Gilde: Gaukler, Gruften & Geschütze (2003)   (Testers)


RTL Racing Team Manager (2008)   (Product Management)
WorldShift (2008)   (Product Managment)
Anno 1701: Dawn of Discovery (2007)   (Marketing)
Biathlon 2008 (2007)   (Product Management)
Crash Time (2007)   (Product Management)
Winter Sports: The Ultimate Challenge (2007)   (Product Management)
1701 A.D. (2006)   (Marketing)

Public Relations

Anno 1701: Dawn of Discovery (2007)   (PR)
1701 A.D. (2006)   (PR)
ParaWorld (2006)   (PR & Marketing)


Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic (2015)   (Special Thanks to)
Trapped Dead: Lockdown (2015)   (Special Thanks to)
Typoman: Revised (2015)   (Special Thanks to)
Meridian: New World (2014)   (Headup Games thanks)


The Mystery of Whiterock Castle (2011)   (New Business)
Ion Assault (2009)   (New Business)
Knigge: Spielend zum guten Benehmen (2009)   (New Business)
Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge (2008)   (New Business)
World of Goo (2008)   (New Business)

Developer Biography

André Bernhardt once worked as a part-time employee for Sony Computer Entertainment Germany at the hotline support for the Playstation One and Two for several years before he switched to the technical support at JoWood. After the German department of JoWood has been closed he went to Sunflowers and worked at the quality assurance. After a year he joined the Marketing and was working working as Junior Product Manager at Sunflowers ANNO 1701 (1701 A.D).

In 2007 he joined the newly-founded publisher RTL Games, a subsidiary of Germany's largest privately owned television network RTL Television. He left the acquisitions office in in October 2009 to work for Travian Games as business development manager.

Last updated: Dec 10, 2009