FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Paris, France - July 28th, 2005 - Clickteam is a leading "Game making programs" creation development team, today announced, The Games Factory 2 and Multimedia Fusion will be previewed in the UK at its annual User Convention.
TGF2 & MMF2 allow users from any background create their own games quickly and easily without any prior programming knowledge. These programs allows fast development and prototyping of games (including platform, side-scrolling, retro, racing car, Card Games, Board games), screensavers, multimedia, web and applications.
The UK Click Convention will place on Saturday 10th September at the Watermill Hotel in Hemel Hempstead, UK. This will be a one day jam packed event!
Clickteam staff and other guests will be coming to the event.
There will be
- Technical talks on MMF and Game/Application design
- The future of the products - Release roadmap
- Displays of user created applications
- Chance to meet and discuss game and application techniques with other like minded individuals
- Competitions and prizes
- Socializing in the pub later in the evening.
Tickets for the event are now available for purchase directly off the clickconvention website. www.clickconvention.com/purchase.html
Ticket Prices are -
Single Ticket - One Adult entry into the Convention - All day £15
Minor & Guardian/Parent Ticket - One under 16 Entry and Parent - All day £20
For further information about the UK Click Convention contact email@example.com
For more information about Clickteam or its products please contact
Jason Darby - UK Business Development
Clickteam is a leading programming tools development team who make multimedia and game authoring tools for those with little or no programming knowledge and professionals looking for a rapid development process.
The two main partners of Clickteam are François Lionet and Yves Lamoureux. Both of them can be called "pioneers" of personal computing. They have been releasing commercial software since 1983. Prior to working with Yves, François was the author of successful titles on the Atari ST and Amiga computers. These included STOS Basic and AMOS Basic. Yves worked on many successful games for different companies, and then worked with François in 1994 on the award winning Klik & Play. Since then, Yves and François never stopped working together on the "click" range. Clickteam has been a reality for more than 9 years now. The head office is located in Paris, France and have two operations offices in the UK and USA. More information about the company and its range of products is available online at http://www.clickteam.com