Factsheet

Developer:
CYBERPHO
Based in Poznań, Poland

Founding date:
March 2017

Website:
cyberpho.com

Press / Business contact:
nightwolf@cyberpho.com

Social:
twitter.com/nightwolf_game
facebook.com/nightwolf.game

Releases:

Address:
Mazowiecka 64
60-623 Poznań
Poland

Description

CYBERPHO is a Polish independent games developer. We are a mix of enthusiasts with diverse professional backgrounds. This diversity helps us to approach ideas and problems from multiple angles, which often leads to unexpected outcomes. Our shared passion for games pushed us to pursue career in game development, hoping that we can contribute with games that are fun, good looking and most of all, leave a long lasting memory of great gaming experience.

History

The early days, that were not so long time ago...

CYBERPHO was founded in March of 2017 by Oskar Krupiński, Jakub Sprada, Łukasz Sprada, Piotr Ruszkiewicz and Marcin Rzepisko. Some of us had known each other for quite a while, but we all met at GameDevSchool and it was soon evident that we speak in similar language as far as games are concerned. Having worked together on 3 small games before, we decided we are good enough of a team to make our fourth project come into reality. Thus we started working on the prototype of our vehicular combat game Nightwolf in May 2016. The prototype was well received by professionals from Polish game industry, and this further cemented our trust that Nightwolf has a chance to become a thing.

And sort of now...

After successful pitch of the game, CYBERPHO gained enough trust of successful indie studio Robot Gentleman, known for their 60 Seconds!, to help us with the development process of our game. Currently we are working hard on alpha stage of Nightwolf, and have our eyes fixed on 2018 for the release of the game.

Nightwolf

Inspired by cult titles such as Interstate ’76, Vigilante 8 series, Twisted Metal, 80’s VHS action flicks, mixed with high – octane, synth music and rogue lite mechanics Nightwolf: Survive the Megadome is a new take on vehicular combat genre. You play as a contender in world’s most famous blood sport arena – The Megadome, where you have to make your stand against some of the most dangerous motorized killers out there. You are the modern day gladiator, your ride is your weapon, and your fame can mean the difference between death or glory.

FEATURES

  • Popularity is key to your survival. The more mayhem you cause, the crowds will be more likely to reward you with powerful weapons and buffs, be vigilant however, because your fame can become infamy on a whim.
  • Adapt to changing conditions on the areana, you never know what comes next, or who will you fight with, no battle is ever the same.
  • Upgrade your car to even the odds.

HISTORY

We are huge fans of few things: 80’s action flicks, synthave and vehicular combat games. We set out with the idea of creating a spiritual successor of highly acclaimed “Interstate ‘76” wrapped in synth themes and multiple cultural references to the culture of the 80’s. Given the rising popularity of new retro scene, and the fact that there are very few vehicular combat games out there, the idea of merging the two presented itself naturally. As the project evolved we have focused more on combat aspect of the game and thus the arena theme and possible entryway to Nightwolf universe.

Videos

There are currently no trailers available for CYBERPHO. Check back later for more or contact us for specific requests!


Images

download all screenshots & photos as .zip (15MB)
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Team & Repeating Collaborator

Oskar Krupiński

Piotr Ruszkiewicz

Marcin Rzepisko

Jakub Sprada

Łukasz Sprada


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