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  1. Norman Sirotek - Previous CEO for Sir-Tech Software, Inc. › p › 2nt6sn

    Norman Sirotek Overview Norman Sirotek has been associated with one company, according to public records. The company was incorporated in New York forty years ago and is no longer active.

  2. Aug 19, 2015 · 29. Location: Europe. May 19, 2016 Stats Ignoring. #1. It is easy to find the few interviews and pictures of Robert Sirotek, however there is an odd lack of information on his brother. It is odd because Norman was the founder of the company, and for such a major player in the 80s there is no coverage. Overall there is not a lot of information ...

  3. » Making Wizardry The Digital Antiquarian › 2012 › 03

    Mar 21, 2012 · From a room above his father’s spoon factory, Norman Sirotek began duplicating and packaging Siro-tech’s first two products, the comparatively ancient Info-Tree and Galactic Attack, and selling them directly to customers via a few magazine advertisements. It was a very modest beginning.

  4. Norman Sirotek Video Game Credits and Biography - MobyGames › developer › sheet

    Norman Sirotek has been credited on games developed by the following companies: Sirtech Canada Ltd., Sir-tech Software, Inc. and Madlab Software. This does not imply employment by these companies. Norman Sirotek was credited on a game as early as 1987 and as recently as 2013. His/Her career proba...

  5. Norman Sirotek (Person) - Giant Bomb › norman-sirotek › 3040-9028

    Jun 30, 1999 · Norman Sirotek. Person » credited in 7 games. Summary. Short summary describing this person. Navigation. Person Wiki. Images (0) Forum (0) News; Related Pages ...


    Sirotek, Norman Sirotek, Robert Sirotek, and Linda Currie Clinton Square P.O. Box 31051 Rochester, New York 14603-1051 CARLTON FIELDS, P.A. ANDREW C. GREENBERG, ESQ. Post Office Box 3239 Tampa, Florida 33601-3239 WEISS & ASSOCIATES, P.C. MATTHEW J. WEISS, ESQ. Attorneys for Andrew Greenberg, Inc. 419 Park Avenue South, Second Floor New York ...

  7. Andrew Greenberg, Inc. v Sirtech Can., Ltd. (2010 NY Slip Op ... › Reporter › 3dseries

    In December 1997, the successor Canadian corporation, defendant Ontario 1259190, was formed, with Sirotek as a shareholder and sole director and his son Norman as president. Norman testified that the closely-held corporation was formed solely for the purpose of acquiring Sir-Tech's assets.

  8. Sir-Tech - Wikipedia › wiki › Sir-Tech
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    In fall 1979, Sirotech Software was founded by Norman Sirotek and Robert Woodhead. Sirotech Software published Info Tree, a database management program, Galactic Attack and a beta version of Wizardry: Dungeons of Despair which was later renamed Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord and formally released in fall 1981. It was the first game in the Wizardryseries. In spring 1981, Sir-Tech Software, Inc was incorporated as a video game developer and publisher in the United States. In 1998, Sir-Tech USA closed. The Canadiancounterpart, Sirtech Canada Limited, continued to operate until late 2003. Sir-Tech is best known for Wizardry, the role-playing video game series. The Jagged Alliance series, first published by Sir-Tech in 1994, became a popular franchise. The third game in the series, Jagged Alliance 2, was still available from its current publisher 15 years after its initial release.

    Developed and published

    1. Info Tree(1979) (as Sirotech) 2. Galactic Attack(1980) (as Sirotech) 3. Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord(1981) 4. Wizardry II: The Knight of Diamonds(1982) 5. Wizardry III: Legacy of Llylgamyn(1983) 6. Crypt of Medea(1984) 7. Rescue Raiders(1984) 8. Deep Space: Operation Copernicus(1986) 9. Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna(1987) 10. Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom(1988) 11. The Usurper: The Mines of Qyntarr(1989) 12. Wizardry VI: Bane of the Cosmic Forge(1990) 13. Freakin'...

    Developed only

    1. Jagged Alliance 2(1999) 2. Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business(2000)

    Published only

    1. Star Maze(1982) 2. The Seven Spirits of Ra(1987) 3. Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny(1993) 4. Realms of Arkania: Star Trail(1994) 5. Druid: Daemons of the Mind(1995) 6. Jagged Alliance(1995) 7. Fable(1996) 8. Armed & Delirious(1997) 9. Excalibur 2555 AD(1997) 10. Virus: The Game(1997) 11. Realms of Arkania: Shadows over Riva(1997)

    Sir-Tech at MobyGames
    A history of Sir-Tech role-playing games at Bitmob via Internet Archive
  9. History of Wizardry the Game timeline | Timetoast timelines › timelines › history-of-wizardry

    Jan 02, 1998 · Sirotech Software founded by Norman Sirotek and Robert Woodhead in the fall of 1979. Robert Woodhead, one of the creators of Wizardry, was initially tapped by the Sirotek family to write a database management program for businesses called Info Tree. When they launched the software, they created the company Sirotech Software.

  10. Wizardry's wild ride from West to East | VentureBeat › community › 2013/05/03
    • 1259190 Ontario Inc.
    • West to East
    • Aeria, Meet Aeria

    The United States Patent and Trademark Office has been getting a lot of well deserved flack for occasionally dropping the ball, such as approving the now-invalidated Edge trademark that Electronic Arts’ legal eagles successfully litigated into extinction. But one thing that the USPTO has been doing reasonably well is keeping a vast database tracking patents and trademarks available to the general public. It also tracks a running history of filings pertaining to a particular trademark revealing that Wizardry and its associated materials changed hands in early 1998 prior to the interview. At least that’s what this document, scanned into the USPTO and available to everyone, seems to indicate. Though the document is marked as being recorded on May 5, 1998, the text reveals that the rights were assigned to a company with the oddball name of 1259190 Ontario Inc. effective on January 2 that same year. Robert Sirotek, one of the two Sirotek brothers that founded Sir-Tech (which, at one poin...

    Sirtech Canada shuttered its doors in 2003; although, it had already been struggling with layoffs and rumors of closing down even before Wizardry 8 was released. A flurry of reports in mid 2001, such as this from Gamespot, indicated a company in trouble with no one the wiser as to what would happen to the actual trademarks and associated assets should things turn out for the worse. People were worried whether Wizardry 8 would even come out. Strategy First, another Canadian company, eventually struck a deal with Sirtech Canada that allowed them to publish the Jagged Alliance strategy games. Sirtech Canada alums, like Ian Currie and his team, eventually moved over to Strategy First possibly as early as 2001, leaving the company something of an empty shell that existed mostly on paper until 2003. Oddly enough, an archived press release from June 5th, 2002announced a licensing deal with Strategy First, essentially passing everything over to the Canadian company. But a later USPTO filing...

    In Japan, a Kabushiki Kaisha (or K.K.) is the equivalent of a stock company or a corporate entity over here. It’s also the most common form of company in Japan. For example, Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. is also referred to as Kabushiki Kaisha Konami Digital Entertainment. Aeria IPM didn’t have a long history. It didn’t seem to exist at all until a month before it had apparently acquired the Wizardry rights, but half of that partnership, Aeria, had actually been around for a good while. There’s not a lot of information on exactly who IPM is; although, the “Aeria” part would eventually be dropped in 2008. As to who Aeria was, a strangely isolated page dedicated to IPM seems to point to them as Aeria, Inc., one of the largest MMO game companies in Japan that is also known as Aeria Games. If the information is accurate, it also shows that Aeria IPM was formed a month before Wizardry’s rights were signed over. Aeria Inc. has been around since 2002 and, according to their histor...

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