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Olivier Fontenay

Game Credits

Business

Far Gate (2001)   (Chief Executive Officer)
 

Production

Babel Rising 3D (2012)   (Produced by)
Cardboard Castle (2011)   (Produced By)
Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals (2008)   (Produced by)
Sinking Island (2007)   (Producer)
Paradise (2006)   (Produced by)
Syberia: Collector's Edition I & II (2004)   (Produced by)
Val d'Isère Ski Park Manager: Edition 2003 (2003)   (Development Manager)
Post Mortem (2002)   (Produced By)
Syberia (2002)   (Produced by)
Tennis Masters Series 2003 (2002)   (Produced by)
Val d'Isère Ski Park Manager (2002)   (Development Director)
War and Peace: 1796 - 1815 (2002)   (Development Manager)
Warrior Kings (2002)   (Executive Producer)
Open Kart (2001)   (Produced by)
Road to India: Between Hell and Nirvana (2001)   (Produced By)
Tennis Masters Series (2001)   (Produced by)
Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy (1999)   (Produced By)
 

Support

Syberia: Collector's Edition I & II (2004)   (Additional Crew)
 

Thanks

Paradise (2006)   (Special Thanks)
Knight's Apprentice: Memorick's Adventures (2004)   (Thanks to)
 

Other

Syberia II (2004)   (Additional Crew)
 


Developer Biography

After starting out as a journalist in the micro-computing press, Olivier Fontenay created his own company: a development studio. For four years, he structured and directed a studio of over 100 people in Montreal, which developed, among other things, the games of Benoît Sokal for his editor at that time.

In 2005, Mr. Fontenay is Production head with White Birds Productions. Ensuring methods, schedules and budgets, every technical and technological dimension of the company depends on his field of knowledge. He organizes, coordinates, and directs all of the company’s productions.

Last updated: Aug 31, 2005