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Sarbakan In 2012, Sarbakan began collaborating with Disney Interactive Studios and other studios to make games for iOS and Android platforms. Where's My Water won multiple awards including 'Game of the Year' by Pocket Gamer.
Sarbakan Sarbakan is a video game studio based in Quebec City. Ten years after its foundation in 1998 by Guy Boucher, Sarbakan had delivered over 600 games, mostly web-based, and started shifting its focus from flash game development to console digital download gaming.
Sarbakan In addition to developing games for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch and Android devices, Sarbakan had created titles for the Xbox LIVE Arcade.
Sarbakan Here is a list of projects that Sarbakan team has delivered from 2012 up to now:
Lazy Raiders Lazy Raiders (originally Dig It Up) is a video game developed by Sarbakan and published by Microsoft Game Studios on Xbox Live Arcade. It was available for download on February 24, 2010.
Episodic video game Another example of a more casual episodic game is "Goodnight Mister Snoozleberg!", an online game created by Sarbakan that was released in 1999 on TF1's website, later on CBC and now available for download on Trygames. "El Dorado's Gate" was a Japan-only episodic game released by Capcom in 2001.
Steppenwolf: The X-Creatures Project Steppenwolf: The X-Creatures Project is an online adventure game created by Warner Bros. Studios and Sarbakan. In Steppenwolf, you play as either Alan Kane/Steppenwolf himself, a scientist who lives in the jungle, or Meg Crimson, a reporter who works for the "Daily Tribune". The main plot of the game is to solve the mystery between the disappearance of Steppenwolf's wife and the plot behind the actions of Donovan, while collecting samples of blood from the X-Creatures (mythical creatures, such as the Yeti, Kraken, etc.) The game consists of 6 chapters, with 4 episodes in each chapter.
Quebec City Around 10% of jobs are in manufacturing. Principal products include pulp and paper, processed food, metal/wood items, chemicals, electronics and electrical equipment, and printed materials. The city hosts the headquarters of a variety of prominent companies, including: fashion retailer La Maison Simons, engineering firms BPR and Roche Ltd, Consulting Group; investment fund Cominar; Industrial Alliance, La Capitale, Promutuel, SSQ Financial Group, and Union Canadienne in the insurance sector; Beenox, Gearbox Software, Frima Studio, Sarbakan and Ubisoft in the computer games industry; AeternaZentaris and DiagnoCure in pharmaceuticals; Amalgame, Cossette and Vision 7 in marketing and advertising; Institut National d'Optique (INO), EXFO, OptoSecurity in technology not forgetting the Desjardins Group, the area's largest employer in the financial sector.