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Sir-tech Software, Inc.

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  • Siro-tech (from 1980 to 1981)

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Sir-Tech Software was a gaming company founded in 1980 under the name of Siro-tech by brothers Norman Sirotek and Robert Sirotek, and was most famous for its genre-defining Wizardry series of role-playing games.

As of 1994, the company had two locations which existed as separate entities with separate owners and names: Sir-Tech Canada Ltd. for game development and Sir-Tech Software, Inc. in New York for publishing.

The New York publishing firm closed in September 1998. The Canadian development operation continued until the December 2002 when it filed for bankruptcy.

A succeeding company, SirTech Entertainment Corp., was incorporated by Robert Sirotek in 2022.

Credited on 41 Games from 1980 to 2023

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Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (2023 on Windows)
Wizardry I•II•III: Story of Llylgamyn (1999 on SNES)
The Ultimate Wizardry Archives (1998 on DOS, Windows)
Virus: The Game (1997 on Windows)
Armed & Delirious (1997 on Windows)
20th Century Trivia Challenge (1997 on Windows)
The Trophy Case II (1997 on DOS)
Excalibur 2555 A.D. (1997 on Windows, PlayStation)
Realms of Arkania Trilogy (1997 on DOS, Windows)
Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games (1996 on DOS, Windows, Linux...)
Wizardry VI & VII Complete (1996 on SEGA Saturn)
Wizardry Gold (1996 on Windows, Macintosh)
Fable (1996 on DOS, Windows)
Nemesis: The Wizardry Adventure (1996 on DOS, Windows, SEGA Saturn)
Realms of Arkania III: Shadows over Riva (1996 on DOS, Windows, Macintosh)
The Trophy Case (1996 on DOS)
Jagged Alliance (1995 on DOS, Windows, Nintendo DS...)
Druid: Daemons of the Mind (1995 on DOS, Windows, PlayStation...)
Realms of Arkania: Star Trail (1994 on DOS, Windows)
Wizardry III・IV (1994 on TurboGrafx CD)

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History +

September 1st, 1998

Company closed its publishing division.


Company changed the name to Sir-tech Software.


Siro-tech company was founded by brothers Norman Sirotek and Robert Sirotek.

Trivia +

In 1996, Sirtech was an official sponsor of Team USA Bobsled.

The name "Sir-tech" derives from the common surname shared by members of the extended "Sirotek" family who got in the games development business on the ground floor together.

Company location and contact information (1983):

Sir-Tech Software, Inc.

6 Main Street

Ogdensburg, NY 13669

Phone: 305-393-6633

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