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Philos Laboratories (also known as Philos Laboratories Software Developer Ltd. or simply Philos Labs) was a Hungarian computer software development company known for working with producer Ubisoft and CDV Software Entertainment.[1]

The company was originally founded in 1995, working mostly on making graphics for advertisements. It was not until 1997, when several developers of the game Perihelion: The Prophecy were hired, that they started making their first title, what would eventually become Theocracy.[2]

It was eventually disbanded in 2004, amid lawsuits of software piracy and much debated financial ventures.[3]

Released Titles[]

  • Theocracy (2000)
  • Escape from Alcatraz (2001)
  • Rebels: Prison Escape (2003)


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