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Metropolis Software House

Moby ID: 1175

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Metropolis Software is a development studio with headquarters in Warsaw, Poland. The company was founded in 1992 and in February 2008 it was acquired by CD Projekt Sp. z o.o.

In the nineties Metropolis developed point-and-click adventure games such as Teenagent (1995) and The Prince and the Coward (1999). Later they pursued a more action-oriented focus with the Gorky series, often introducing stealth elements as well. Their most recent title is Infernal (2007), a 3D shooter where the protagonist also wields magical powers.

Credited on 12 Games from 1993 to 2007

Infernal (2007 on Windows, Xbox 360, OnLive)
Skoki Narciarskie 2006 (2005 on Windows)
Soldier Elite: Zero Hour (2005 on Windows)
Gorky Zero: Beyond Honor (2003 on Windows)
AirStrike 3D: Operation W.A.T. (2002 on Windows)
Archangel (2002 on Windows)
┼ŹdiÔłÖum (1999 on Linux, Windows, Amiga...)
Galador: The Prince and the Coward (1998 on Windows)
Robo Rumble (1998 on Windows, Macintosh)
Blaster! (1997 on DOS)
Teen Agent (1995 on DOS, Windows, Amiga...)
Tajemnica Statuetki (1993 on DOS)

History +

February 2008

Company acquired by CD Projekt Sp. z o.o.

November 15th, 1999

The founder of Metropolis Software Adrian Chmielarz has left the company.


Company founded in Poland.

Trivia +

Their web site used to be at http://www.metropolis-software.com. This site no longer exists.

Contact information (2007):

Metropolis Software

ul. Smoleńskiego 1

01-698 Warszawa


phone +48 22 6393420

fax +48 22 6393421

Company address (1995):

Metropolis Software House
ul.M.C.Sklodowskiej 92
59-300 Lubin

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