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bitComposer Games is an independent Publishing Company for PC- and Videogames with headquarter in Frankfurt/Main Eschborn in Germany. bitComposer Games has been founded in March 2009. The skilful core team concentrates itself on national and international commercialization of promising titles. "Schlag den Raab" (Beat Your Host) (Nintendo Wii, PC) has proved to be a smash hit in Germany. The Nintendo Wii version of the German title (publishing, production, license) rocketed to the top of the Wii charts (generally dominated by Nintendo) just three weeks after its release, and has already sold over 80,000 units.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. is a game that stands out on the international scene. To date, the series has sold over 4 million copies worldwide, of which half a million are for Call of Pripyat alone. Last year Call of Pripyat received the top prize in the "Best Game World 2010" category at the European Games Awards.
Beside the classic platforms PC, console and handheld bitComposer Games forces in particular on digital distribution as well as browser gaming and engages in time with the coming shift of the market in this sectors.bitComposer Online GmbH was created in late 2010 to strengthen the company’s presence in the online and browser games sector.
By realizing own projects, license products and commissioned production bitComposer Games falls back on worldwide skilful development and service teams.
The core business of bitComposer Games is self-financed. Interested investors have the opportunity to invest into single projects or in new company parties.
Owing to its excellent reputation, bitComposer Games has previously provided consultancy services in insolvency proceedings for PC and video games companies. In close collaboration with the insolvency administrators, bitComposer Games GmbH has used its specialist expertise to analyze contracts and commercial transactions, evaluate assets, place remaining personnel, restructure companies and to expose and pursue deliberate late filings for insolvency.