Based in Gdansk, Poland
Press / Business contact:
The Quantum Eye
Olivia Business Centre, O4
Al. Grunwaldzka 472B
+48 58 500 80 56
Professor Why is a growing indie game developer functioning globally. In its product the company uses the latest technologies, including Augmented Reality and the latest Unity 5.0 engine. It produces logic games whose background are the laws of nature and science.
Professor Why was established in May 2015 as a subsidiary company to CTAdventure founded in 2013. CTAdventure was focused on creating mobile and web applications using Augmented Reality technology. It is now one of the pioneers of implementing the AR for commercial purposes. It has worked for companies such as Agora, AMS, University of Warsaw or Polish Academy of Science.Nowadays
The main field of Professor Why’s activity is production and sale of computer logic games whose background are the laws of nature and science. Professor Why is responsible for creating games from the first concept until the final product and distribution. The company sells its games through an extensive network of traditional and online distributors in Poland and worldwide. Professor Why is a registered trademark under the certificate number 012170131.
Our newest game’s trailer YouTube
Our first game’s trailer YouTube
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Awards & Recognition
- "Honuorable mention in the Toy of the Year 2015 contest" - Warsaw, November 2015
- "Honorable mention in the Tell Us Awards contest" - Paris, July 2015
- "Creative Business Cup 2014 first prize." - Copenhagen, November 2014
- "InfoShare 2014 first prize" - Gdansk, May 2014
Visit our blog to get the latest news from our game production and from Indie games industry. Click here: http://blog.professor-why.com.
Team & Repeating Collaborator
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Senior Game Programmer
Visual Effects & Graphics Programmer