Factsheet

Developer:
Rogueside
Based in Geel, Belgium

Founding date:
September 27, 2010

Website:
http://www.rogueside.com

Press / Business contact:
press@rogueside.com

Social:
Twitter
Facebook
Steam
Youtube

Releases:
Hidden Through Time
War Party
Guns Gore And Cannoli 2
Guns Gore And Cannoli 1
Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood And Teef

Phone:
COMPANY_PHONE

Description

Rogueside is a Belgian based game developer and publisher focusing on creative games for PC and Consoles.

History

Early history

Rogueside started as Crazy Monkey Studios in 2010 and worked on notorious projects as a developer and publisher, such as Hidden Through Time on PC/Consoles/Mobile, Guns Gore and Cannoli 1 and 2 on PC/Consoles, War Party on PC/Consoles. We built long term business relationships with Valve, Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Apple and Google among others. We renamed the company to Rogueside in 2020! The new name implies rebellion, alternative views and adventure.

After that

We are currently working on new games for various platforms and looking for more talented colleagues!

Projects


Videos

Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood and Teef | Announcement Trailer YouTube

Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2 | Launch Trailer YouTube

Guns, Gore and Cannoli 1 | Launch Trailer YouTube

Hidden Through Time | Gameplay Trailer YouTube

War Party | Launch Trailer YouTube


Images

download all screenshots & photos as .zip (21MB)
GGC1_Screen1.png
GGC2_Screen1.png
GGC2_Screen2.png
HiddenThroughTime_Screen1.png
HiddenThroughTime_Screen2.png
WARPARTY_Screen01.png

There are far more images available for Rogueside, but these are the ones we felt would be most useful to you. If you have specific requests, please do contact us!


download logo files as .zip (112KB)
logo

Awards & Recognition

  • "Dutch Game Awards, Best Art Direction." - Utrecht, 30 September, 2015
  • "Indie Prize Europe 2015, Best PC Game Award." - Amsterdam, 16 February, 2015

Selected Articles

  • "When Old-Timey Mobsters Fight Zombies, Everybody Wins."
    - Mike Fahey, Kotaku
  • "Brains, Nazis and a whole lot of fun"
    - Richar Atkinson, Nintendolife
  • "A little hide-and-seek through time"
    - Michael Moore, Theverge
  • "‘Hidden Through Time’ Is The Most Straightforward Family-Friendly Fun Possible"
    - Matt Gardner, Forbes

Team & Repeating Collaborator


presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks