Wiebke Scholz

aka: aeyol

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Wiebke Scholz is a concept artist, game artist and user interface designer from Germany, creating art for games since 2004.

Her career in the games industry began with an adventure: The first game she contributed to was the 2D point & click adventure Zak McKracken: Between Time and Space by Artificial Hair Bros. This unofficial sequel to "Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders" by LucasArts was developed by a team of game enthusiasts and released in 2008.

After that, Wiebke Scholz joined TGC - The Games Company in 2008. There she worked as a game artist on several point & click adventure games, like Goin' Downtown, or Simon the Sorcerer 5: Who'd Even Want Contact?!. After that she was responsible for concept art, character design, environment and creature design for Demonicon, which was in development by Silver Style, the in-house developer of TGC by that time. Wiebke Scholz worked on Demonicon until 2010.

From 2010 until 2014 Wiebke Scholz was part of the development team of Silver Style Studios, who developed a browser MMO named Das Schwarze Auge: Herokon Online in the world of "The Dark Eye" after the Demonicon team split up. There she was responsible for environment design, creature design, character design, user interface design, web design and marketing artworks for the game. Herokon Online was awarded the "Best MMO of the year" price at the roleplay convention in 2013.

In 2014, Wiebke Scholz joined Promotion Software GmbH / Sixteen Tons Entertainment, the company behind the "EMERGENCY" series (and several point & click adventures). As a 2D game artist, she is contributing concept art, game art and user interface design to several games including Emergency HQ and more, many of them serious and/or educational games.

Credited on 14 games

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Emergency 20 (2017, Windows) Art
Emergency 2017 (2016, Windows) Art
Emergency 2016 (2015, Windows) Art
Zak McKracken: Between Time and Space - Director's Cut (2015, Windows) Art
Demonicon (2013, Windows) 2D Art
The Dark Eye: Herokon Online (2012, Browser) Concept Art
The Fall: Mutant City (2011, Windows) Artists
Spiegel Online Wissenstrainer (2010, Windows) Artists
Das Schwarze Auge: Drakensang - Gold Edition (2009, Windows) Special Thanks
Simon the Sorcerer: Who'd Even Want Contact?! (2009, Windows) Artists
DWK 5: Hinter dem Horizont (2008, Windows) Artists
The Dark Eye: Drakensang (2008, Windows) Special Thanks
Goin' Downtown (2008, Windows) Artists
Zak McKracken: Between Time and Space (2008, Windows) 2D Art

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