The South Moravian video game industry began taking its shape in Brno in the 90s. Programmer and entrepreneur Petr Vochozka sought out, supported, and shaped small studios formed mostly by students. His company Vochozka Trading was one of the first computer game publishers and distributors in the Czech Republic. Under this name, he also created the first Czech computer game ever distributed Světák Bob (1993) for Amiga computers. In Brno, he founded Illusion Softworks (1997), which later on became one of the largest video game studios in the country.
At the turn of the century, alongside him, other larger studios began to emerge in Brno, such as Altar Interactive (1997), Pterodon (1998), and Plastic Reality Technologies (2000). However, the development companies in the region were not only emerging but also disappearing over time.