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Sunflowers Interactive Entertainment Software GmbH

Moby ID: 1530

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Sunflowers was a German game developer and publisher. The company was founded in 1993 in Heusenstamm by Adi Boiko, who became its president, and Wilhelm Hamrozi, who took the position of the CEO. They were best known for their work on the Anno / A.D. series. On 11 April 2007, Sunflowers was acquired by Ubisoft.

Credited on 27 Games from 1993 to 2020

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Anno 1503: History Edition (2020 on Windows)
Anno 1701: Dawn of Discovery (2007 on Nintendo DS)
ParaWorld: Gold Edition (2007 on Windows)
1701 A.D. (2006 on Windows)
Anno 1701 (Limited Edition) (2006 on Windows)
ParaWorld (2006 on Windows)
Anno 1503 A.D. (2004 on Windows)
Knights of Honor (2004 on Windows)
1503 A.D.: The New World (2002 on Windows)
TechnoMage: Return of Eternity (2000 on Windows, PlayStation)
1602 A.D. (1999 on Windows)
Anno 1602: Creation of a New World (1998 on Windows)
Die Pirateninsel (1998 on DOS, Windows)
Blinky Bill's Ghost Cave (1997 on Windows 3.x, Macintosh, Windows)
Holiday Island: Erweiterte Version (1997 on Windows, Windows 3.x)
American Dream (1996 on DOS)
Die Fugger II (1996 on DOS)
Holiday Island (1996 on Windows, Windows 3.x)
Nectaris (1995 on DOS)
Cross Check (1994 on Amiga)

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History +

April 2007

Sunflowers Interactive is acquired by Ubisoft Entertainment SA.

August 2001

Sunflowers enters a long-term publishing deal with SEK-Ost. Sunflowers then have a 30% share in SEK GmbH.

1993

Sunflowers Interactive Entertainment Software, GmbH founded by Adi Boiko in Germany.

Trivia +

The company website was formerly located at sunflowers.de

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