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WHAT WE DO
Welcome to Sproing, Austria’s leading game development studio! Located in the center of Vienna, our team of over 50 developers is currently working on several high-quality video games for the global market.
HOW WE WORK
Our work is based upon three principles:
We deliver on time, and we deliver polished, balanced, finished games. We plan our projects professionally and provide our employees with an environment that empowers them to deliver games they can be proud of.
We are committed to making good games. regardless of the size of the project, we want to be impressed by our achievements. When we finish developing a game, we always want to be able to be proud of the work we have done, which is the cornerstone of our commitment to quality.
Sproing is certified for all major platforms including Nintendo Wii and DS, Microsoft Xbox 360, Sony PlayStation3 and PlayStation2. We have a wide range of genre and platform expertise from action adventure to cart racing, to survival horror and more. For our customers this means that we are able to handle a broad variety of projects, be it a hardcore simulation, a kid’s game, a casual shooter or a compelling adventure. For the team, the variety brings new challenges that spur creative thinking, new gameplay mechanics and present new perspectives to existing genres. The result is titles that deliver on the mission of being high-quality, intuitive and fun.
WHERE WE COME FROM
Sproing was founded in 2001, by Harald Riegler and Gerhard Seiler, two industry veterans that were developing games together and still own and run the company today. The company has successfully developed and shipped over 50 titles, ranging from very small to large scale games. With experience in games for retail and online, on a variety of platforms such as Wii, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Nintendo DS, PlayStation and the Gameboy Advance, Sproing brings deep understanding of the different audiences within the mass-market to its development and delivers games that resonate with the people they are trying to reach.