Primal Software is a game development company located in Moscow, Russia. It was founded in 1996 under the name SBG Co. Ltd. and released more than ten full-scale multimedia encyclopedias for a variety of publishers before moving to computer games. In 1999 and 2000 Primal released two national best-selling games: Petka and Petka 2: Judgment Day that sold more than 250,000 units, a record for the Russian market.
In 2001 Primal formed a new company, Primal Software, to reflect its decision to concentrate all of its efforts on providing gamers with their most primal needs: fun and addictive gameplay, cool visuals and bleeding edge technology. Primal’s first international game, The I of the Dragon, was published in Russia by Akella and hit the shelves in autumn 2002. More than 40,000 copies were sold in the first two months.
Primal Software's first work that SPOnG is aware of is the 2004 title, "Besieger" (PC).
The company has been involved titles released on the PC.
The company's most recent involvement was on the 2007 release "Requital" (PC).