Also Known As
- Bart Kijanka
|Demigod (2009)||(Executive Producer)|
|Dungeon Siege II (2005)||(Executive Producer)|
|Demigod (2009)||(VP of Engineering)|
|Space Siege (2008)||(V.P. Engineering)|
|Supreme Commander (2007)||(VP Engineering)|
|Dungeon Siege II: Broken World (2006)||(Technical Director)|
|Dungeon Siege (2002)||(Engineering)|
|Total Annihilation: The Core Contingency (1998)||(Programmers)|
|FIFA 98: Road to World Cup (1997)||(Additional Programming)|
|Total Annihilation (1997)||(A.I. Programming)|
|Secret of Evermore (1995)||(Programmers)|
|Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (2014)||(Customer Support Representatives)|
|Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (2014)||(Customer Support Representatives)|
|StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (2013)||(Customer Support Representatives)|
|Diablo III (2012)||(Customer Support Representatives)|
|Beards & Beaks (2011)||(Beards & Beaks)|
|Supreme Commander 2 (2010)||(VP of Engineering)|
|Supreme Commander (2007)||(VP Technology)|
|Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance (2007)||(VP of Engineering)|
When he was a boy, Bart wanted to be Cosmonaut. But, he got hooked on the Atari 2600. [Contrary to popular belief, when he was a boy he never wanted to be a fireman.]
When he was in junior high, he thought he'd be an astronomer. But, he spent most of his time programming the Commodore 64...
When he was in high school, he thought he would be an Aerospace Engineer. But, he spent most of his time programming the Amiga...
When he got to college, he wasn't sure what he wanted. So, he decided to study hardware in Electrical Engineering.
It was in College that he finally accepted the Truth. He couldn't run, he couldn't hide. He had to write software to be happy. Specifically, had to write games. Since that time he has happily worked on the SNES, Playstation, and the PC. While working on these different platforms he spent quality time at Squaresoft, Electronic Arts and Cavedog. You will find his work in Secret of Evermore, FIFA Soccer, Total Annihilation and Total Annihilation: Core Contingency.
Currently Bartosz is working in the capacity of Lead Engineer at Gas Powered Games. He works with a bunch of great and crazy people, some of which wanted to be firemen when they were children. But, then they saw the Atari 2600...
Lastly, he really hates talking about himself in the third person.
Source: Selected articles from Gas Powered Games Official Company Website
Last updated: Jun 18, 2004