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Boston, Lincs., UK - August 2nd 2005 - Two games for the Speccy and one for the Amstrad CPC to be released at the CGEUK!
Cronosoft are to launch two ZX Spectrum games at the Classic Gaming Expo UK. These are the innovative The Fantastic Mister Fruity (by Jonathan Cauldwell), and the solid puzzler Stranded (by Bob Smith). As well as this, Amstrad CPC fans can also look forward to the re-release of the adventure game Yarkon Blues (by Jason Davis). Attendees will also be able to quiz Simon Ullyatt about Cronosoft's future releases for the coming months and even tout their own creations for publication through the budget retro label.
"We plan to grow our portfolio of retro games and the machines that we support steadily" Ullyatt commented. "We are currently looking at the possibility to release games for the Sinclair ZX81, Texas TI99/4a, Dragon 32 and Oric-1, amongst others. Such platforms have a small but loyal band of enthusiasts, and we'd like to offer them new software if at all possible" he concluded.
The Classic Gaming Expo UK will be held on Saturday 13th August at Fairfield Halls, Croydon (more details at www.cgeuk.com).
For more information about the above title and other developments for aged formats, head over to http://www.cronosoft.co.uk
Set up at the end of 2002 to support computer systems that no longer seem commercially viable, Cronosoft run on a not for profit basis and have published many different titles for more than half a dozen platforms. With steady growth and strong assets, it has become a leader in a limited and niche marketplace.
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