Moby ID: 692
Overview edit · view history
Silmarils was founded in October 1987 by two French brothers, Louis-Marie and Andre Rocques. The two brothers were independent game developers since 1983 for micro-computers like TRS-80, Amstrad, and Oric.
Silmarils have their main office in Lognes (Marne-La-Vallee) near Paris, where most of production takes place, and a development studio in Nancy (Eastern France).
The company has created games for different systems and in various genres, such as Targhan (side-scrolling action), Transarctica (strategy), the Ishar series (RPG), Deus (action and survival simulation), Time Warriors (3D fighting), Asghan (action-adventure), and others.
The different titles developed by Silmarils have been distributed and licensed worldwide; they are localised in native language for each country, including even special font icons (Polish, Korean, Chinese, etc.).
Credited on 32 Games from 1988 to 2009
Displaying most recent · View all
|Ishar Compilation (2009 on Windows)|
|Ishar + Ishar 2 (2009 on Windows)|
|Robinson's Requiem Collection (2009 on Windows)|
|Inspector Gadget: Mad Robots Invasion (2003 on PlayStation 2)|
|Arabian Nights (2001 on Windows)|
|Les Visiteurs: La relique de Sainte Rolande (2001 on Windows, PlayStation)|
|Asghan: The Dragon Slayer (1998 on Windows)|
|Time Warriors (1997 on DOS, Windows)|
|Deus (1996 on DOS, Windows)|
|Ishar Trilogy (1995 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST)|
|Ishar 3: The Seven Gates of Infinity (1994 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)|
|Robinson's Requiem (1994 on DOS, Jaguar, Amiga...)|
|Arctic Baron (1993 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)|
|Dreamlands (1993 on Amiga, Atari ST)|
|Ishar 2: Messengers of Doom (1993 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)|
|Stardust (1993 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST)|
|Bunny Bricks (1992 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)|
|Fantasy Pak (1992 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST)|
|Ishar: Legend of the Fortress (1992 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)|
|Magic Worlds (1992 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST)|
[ view all ]
Named after the three mythic gems from the J.R.R. Tolkien novel "THE SILMARILLION", which also inspired the name of resurgent UK rock group Marillion
Their webpage used to be at http://www.silmarils.com/
- 10 games with Daze Marketing Ltd.
- 5 games with Palace Software, Ltd.
- 4 games with Prism Leisure Corporation Plc
- 4 games with ReadySoft Incorporated
- 3 games with GOG Limited
- 3 games with Boeder Software GmbH
- 2 games with Loriciel SA
- 2 games with Gainstar Software Ltd.
- 2 games with DotEmu SAS
- 2 games with Softel Distribuzione
- 18 games with Louis-Marie Rocques
- 17 games with André Rocques
- 17 games with Pascal Einsweiler
- 15 games with Fabrice Hautecloque
- 13 games with Michel Pernot
- 12 games with Jean-Christophe Charter
- 7 games with Eric Galand
- 7 games with Guillaume Maginot
- 4 games with Fabrice Coquillard
- 4 games with William Vrain