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Emergent Expands Global Presence with London Office

CALABASAS, Calif. and LONDON (October 24, 2005) - Emergent Game Technologies today announced that it has opened its first overseas office in London.

"Developers all over the world have used our Gamebryo 3D graphics engine & tools for years, so this is a natural move for us" said Geoffrey Selzer, president and CEO of Emergent. "We are building overseas capabilities that mirror our capabilities in the US, with a focus on delivering superior customer support. The new office will allow us to better serve our customers all over Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Just as important, it will provide an ideal platform for expanding our operations there as we continue to build out Emergent's product offerings to serve the full range of game development needs."

Steven Tyson, a developer relations manager with more than twenty years' experience in the games industry, will lead the London office as manager of EMEA, Australia and New Zealand. Emergent also announced hiring Varun Nayak, an experienced game engineer, to the London-based team.

"We see international game development communities continuing to grow for the foreseeable future," said John Austin, Emergent's director of business development and marketing. "And we've assembled an experienced sales team to help us grow with the industry overseas."

Emergent Game Technologies is the source for all the tools required to build, test, manage and expand interactive games. The company focuses on creating flexible tools to usher in the next era of innovation

in game development.

More information about Emergent

Emergent is headquartered in Calabasas, Calif., and has offices in Chapel Hill, N.C., Walnut Creek, Calif., and Austin, TX, and London. The company recently merged with NDL, the award-winning developer of the Gamebryo 3D graphics engine & toolkit, which has been trusted by developers to create instant classics such as Sid Meier's Pirates!, Civilization IV, the Dark Age of Camelot series, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (an Xbox 360 title), and Freedom Force.

To learn more about Emergent, please visit www.emergentgametech.com.

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