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Eugen Systems
Eugen Systems
The Eugen Systems logo

Type

Private

Industry

Computer and video games

Founded

January 2000

Founder(s)

Alexis Le Dressay
Cedric Le Dressay

Headquarters

Paris, France

Products

Act of War: Direct Action
Act of War: High Treason
R.U.S.E.
Wargame: European Escalation

Employees

50

Website

http://www.eugen.fr/

Eugen Systems is a video game developer based in Paris, France and the creator of R.U.S.E.. It was founded in January 2000 by the French brothers Cédric Le Dressay (a former systems engineer) and Alexis Le Dressay (a former architect).

Eugen Systems titles include Worlds of Conflict (Microïds), The Gladiators (Arxel Tribe), Act of War: Direct Action (Atari) and Act of War: High Treason (Atari). Relying on outsourcing for all art creation and the use of Delphi instead of the more commonly used C++ programming language, Eugen Systems has been able develop games its own way with success.

List of Video Games DevelopedEdit

  • Wargame: Red Dragon - April 2014
  • Wargame: AirLand Battle - May 2013
  • Wargame: European Escalation – February 2012
  • R.U.S.E.: The Art of Deception – September 2010
  • Act of War: High Treason – March 2006
  • Act of War: Direct Action – March 2005
  • The Gladiators: Galactic Circus Games – October 2002
  • Times of Conflict – December 2000

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