Based in Paris, France, Cyanide is a videogames developer. Formed in 2000 by seven former UbiSoft developers with a goal of making a sport management simulation, set in the world of professional cycling. To that end, the studio is best known for its Pro Cycling Manager series and the console version, Tour de France.
Branching from its sporting origins, the company has since ventured into action and RPG genres with titles such as Loki, Blood Bowl and Dungeon Party.
Cyanide's first work that SPOnG is aware of is the 2001 title, "Cycling Manager" (PC).
The company has been involved titles released on the PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, DS/DSi and PSP. Of these, "Pro Rugby Manager 2015" (PC) has been a best selling title.
The company's most recent involvement was on the 2020 release "Werewolf: The Apocalypse: Earthblood " (Xbox One).
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28 Aug 2002
New behind-the-scenes video from the official Game of Thrones videogame
11 May 2012
Koch Media to distribute hugely anticipated fantasy role-playing game across UK and Ireland
11 Apr 2012
We are proud to unveil new screenshots of Loki, the PC hack 'n' slash from developer Cyanide.
02 Mar 2007
Chaos League coming to mobile phones; more Digital Jesters titles promised.
09 May 2005
Brutal sports title snapped up by Britsoft publisher.
04 Feb 2005
Pro Rugby Manager 2 trailer now available.
28 Jan 2005
Digital Jesters causes a ruck(us) with Pro Rugby Manager 2005.
03 Sep 2004
Patch and Match Technology comes to game web.
05 Apr 2004
Innovative hybrid PC title forms publisher’s next key release.
15 Mar 2004
DJ’s and Cyanide Studios release brand new demo.
11 Mar 2004
Britsoft publisher Digital Jesters and French developer Cyanide Studios receive landmark Premier Rugby endorsement.
10 Mar 2004
Britsoft publisher Digital Jesters wins battle to sign new management simulation.
24 Oct 2003
Get an early look at Cycling Manager and Team Factor.
28 Aug 2001