Akella

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  • Акелла - Russian spelling (from 1993)

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Formed in 1995 from a group of Russian designers (many of whom had been working together since 1993), Akella was originally a self-contained group that designed, programmed, and distributed their own games and multimedia products across Russia. Their first major foray into Western markets was with the game P.O.D. (Planet of Death), which was distributed through UbiSoft.

A major software player in Russia, Akella has been opening itself more and more to developing products to be distributed worldwide and has closed its own distribution center to focus on design and development and their web development subsidiary.

Credited on 455 Games from 1998 to 2020

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Sea Dogs: To Each His Own - Happily Ever After (2020 on Windows)
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own - Hero of the Nation (2017 on Windows)
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own - Flying the Jolly Roger (2016 on Windows)
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own - The Final Lesson (2016 on Windows)
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own (2016 on Windows)
Sea Dogs: To Each His Own - The Caleuche (2016 on Windows)
Tanita: A Plasticine Dream (2015 on Windows)
Chernobyl Commando (2012 on Windows)
Disciples III: Pererozhdenie (2012 on Windows)
Disciples III: Reincarnation (2012 on Windows)
Jagged Alliance: Back in Action (2012 on Windows, Macintosh, Linux)
Jagged Alliance: Snova v dele (2012 on Windows)
Postal III (2011 on Windows)
Trine 2 (2011 on Linux, Windows, Xbox 360...)
PT Boats: Gold (2011 on Windows)
Dead Island (2011 on Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3...)
Trucks & Trailers (2011 on Windows)
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (2011 on Windows, Macintosh, OnLive)
Disciples III: Wskrzeszenie (Edycja specjalna) (2011 on Windows)
Prikazano unichtozhit': Ogon' na porazhenie 3v1 (2010 on Windows)

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History +

November 26th, 2007

The company's Sea Dog development division is acquired by 1C Company.

January 2004

Akella announces that it will publish the FPS Sabotain, which was dumped by German publisher CDV last year.

1996

Starting from this year Akella has displayed its developments at all the major world game and multimedia exhibitions such as E3 (USA), ECTS (UK), and Millia (France).

1995

The firm Akella appeared as the result of the affiliation of several companies engaged in the development and localization of computer games. The name Akella was then registered as it's trademark.

1993

The beginning of business by supplying the Russian market with programs.

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