Factsheet

Developer:
aPriori Digital
Based in Bristol, UK

Founding date:
June 28, 2013

Website:
aprioridigital.com

Press / Business contact:
info@aprioridigital.com

Social:
twitter.com/aPrioriDigital
facebook.com/aPrioriDigital
instagram.com/aprioridigital/

Releases:
Aperion Origins
Aperion Cyberstorm

Address:
aPriori Digital
Bath Road Studios
Brislington
Bristol
BS4 3HG

Phone:
+44 7971 615028

Description

aPriori Digital is an independent development studio based in the South West of England. Founded in 2013, our aim is to make games that mix classic gameplay with modern design. Our current project is Aperion Cyberstorm, a 1-5 player twin-stick shooter for Wii U and PC. We also work for hire on website, web-based, game and VR projects.

History

Early history

As a group of graduates of the University of the West of England's Games Technology class of 2013, we decided to take what we learned and see what new challenges arose as our own bosses.

Contract Work

We provide bespoke software solutions and services, including game, VR, website and web-based technology development. Alongside this is a history of teaching and lecturing experience both in the UK and Hong Kong. We're always looking for new projects, so get in touch!

Projects


Videos

Aperion Cyberstorm - Onslaught Trailer (Wii U & PC) YouTube

Aperion Cyberstorm - Versus Mode Trailer (Wii U) YouTube

Aperion Cyberstorm – Interview with aPriori Digital | EGX Rezzed 2015 YouTube

Miss Pip @ EGX 2015 || Aperion Cyberstorm Developer Interview YouTube


Images

teaching-1920x1080.png
Rich_Oculus_VR.png
DualStar01_1024.png
APD_StarTwitter01.png
_mcm.png
_pwconf.png

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


logo

Awards & Recognition


    Team & Repeating Collaborator

    Jack Davis
    Artist

    Matthew Jones
    Programmer

    Jonathan Price
    Designer, Writer

    Richard Mackriell
    Programmer


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