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Borys Las-Opolski

Game Credits


Torino 2006 (2006)   (Level Design)


Summer Athletics 2009 (2009)   (Graphics)
RTL Biathlon 2009 (2008)   (Graphics)
Summer Athletics: The Ultimate Challenge (2008)   (Graphics)
Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge (2008)   (Artists)
Biathlon 2008 (2007)   (Graphics)
Winter Sports: The Ultimate Challenge (2007)   (3D Graphics)
Alpine Ski Racing 2007: Bode Miller vs. Hermann Maier (2006)   (3D Artwork)
RTL Biathlon 2007 (2006)   (Graphics)
RTL Ski Jumping 2007 (2006)   (3D Artwork)
RTL Winter Games 2007 (2006)   (3D Graphics)
Torino 2006 (2006)   (3D Graphics)
RTL Skijumping 2006 (2005)   (3D Graphics)
Ski Alpin 2006 (2005)   (3D Graphics)
Ski Alpin 2005 (2004)   (3D Graphics)
RTL Skispringen 2004 (2003)   (3D Artwork)
RTL Skispringen 2003 (2002)   (3D Artist)
RTL Skispringen 2002 (2001)   (3D Artist)
RTL Skispringen Herausforderung 2001 (2000)   (3D Artist)
Skispringen 2000 (1999)   (3D Graphics & Animation)

Developer Biography

Borys Las-Opolski started his career in 1999, when he won a game art competition held by the German issue of "Next Generation" (Issue 12/1998).

He then accepted a job offer by VCC Entertainment GmbH & Co.KG, developer of Killer Loop and worked on titles like Magforce Racing (2001), Alarm für Cobra 11 (2001) and the Skijumping/RTL Skispringen 2000-2004 series (1999-2003).

He joined 49Games GmbH in 2004 and worked on titles like Torino 2006 (the official game of the XX Winter Olympic Games), RTL Skijumping 2005-2007, Wintersports Series, Summer Athletics Series.

49Games closed its doors in 2011 and the whole team joined Bigpoint GmbH. Borys is currently working on Bigpoint's next generation MOBA "Shards of War".

Last updated: Apr 30, 2015