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Éric Chahi

aka: Eric Chahi
Moby ID: 751

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Éric Chahi started programming on Oric Atmos and Amstrad during 1983 for the company Loriciels. He then confirmed his talents on platforms such as Atari ST and Amiga with games such as Jeanne d'Arc and Voyage au Centre de la Terre. published by Chip.

In 1989 Chahi quit Chip to join Delphine Software to work on the graphics for Future Wars: Adventures in Time, a game designed by Paul Cuisset. Chahi then developed Another World almost entirely on his own, from the story to the box cover; later it received much critical acclaim for its atmosphere and minimalism.

After leaving Delphine, Chahi founded Amazing Studio and became one of several designers that were working there on Heart of Darkness.

For the 15th anniversary of Out of This World the game was remade with a modern graphical style and it was also released for mobile platforms. In 2011 he worked with Ubisoft to create the god game From Dust.

Credited on 30 games

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The Last Worker (2023, Windows) Jörg Tittel would like to thank
Lunark (2023, Windows) Special Thanks
Paper Beast (2020, PlayStation 4) Creative Direction
The Eternal Castle (2019, Windows) Additional Thanks to
Videoball (2016, Windows) Special Thanks
Deadlight: Director's Cut (2016, Windows) The team would like to thank the following people
Bulb Boy (2015, Windows) Shining Thanks
Gang Beasts (2014, Windows) Special Thanks
Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition (2014, PlayStation 4) Designed by
Tetrobot and Co. (2013, Windows) Special Thanks
Deadlight (2012, Windows) The team would like to thank the following people
Thomas Was Alone (2012, Windows) Special Thanks
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (2011, iPad) Inspiration
From Dust (2011, PlayStation 3) Original Concept
Nervous Brickdown (2007, Nintendo DS) Special Thanks
Another World: 15th Anniversary Edition (2007, Windows) Design
Between Heaven and Hell (2006, Windows) Special Thanks
Out of This World (2006, Windows) Design
Amiga Classix 4 (2004, Windows) Special Thanks to
Heart of Darkness (1998, PlayStation) Designers

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