| Computer and video games|
Reah: Face the Unknown
Schizm: Mysterious Journey
Nina: Agent Chronicles
Schizm II: Chameleon
Sentinel: Descendants in Time
Schizm: Mysterious Journey, Sentinel: Descendants in Time, Reah: Face the Unknown, Mysterious Journey II
Detalion S.C, was a Polish video game developer founded by a partnership of six people, that first met in the early 1990s (Maciej Miąsik, Robert Ożóg, Łukasz Pisarek, Krzysztof Bara, Roland Pantoła & Danuta Sienkowska), working from game developer and publisher LK Avalon.
These games (particularly Mysterious Journey: Schizm) were noted for the complexity and great difficulty of their puzzles, and also were hailed as having some of the best graphics in the industry at the time. Detalion was one of the first developers to use the DVD-ROM disc as an effective medium for software distribution.
After Detalion's disestablishment in 2005, its founders went on to create Detalion Games (basically a one-person shop, headed by Roland Pantola, which produced basic game concepts) and Detalion Arts (to worked as an outsourcing studio doing various jobs, including for CD Projekt game The Witcher, until being purchased by City Interactive in 2007 and rebrand as City Interactive Rzeszów. In the same year, they started to work on Art of Murder series. In 2010, Detalion Games was working in Galander, an upcoming action game developed for PC but since then no more information was released about the game. In 2012, Roland Pantola from Detalion Games rebrand the studio as Detalion Furniture to create innovative furniture design.
V-Cruise engine was developed by Detalion for Microsoft Windows to provide immersive experience and ultra-smooth, fast and effective navigation between hundreds of locations of their games. V-Cruise engine provides Full motion 25p 360 degree panoramic views.PICVideo Motion JPEG codec from video Pegasus Imaging Corporation (Fast and high quality video compression technology).
QMDX from QSound Labs (QMDX supports hardware accelerated 3D sound cards allowing for full 360 degree sound positioning).
Ogg/Vorbis (OSS) from Xiphophorus company (to delivered the music in CD quality with low compression).