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Yet more Authors sign up with Alten8's Retro-Soft label


Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK - Jun 7 2005 - More old games coming back to life thanks to www.Retro-Soft.co.uk, including a classic Amiga and PC title.

Retro-Soft, part of the Alten8.com group, is please to announce that more authors of classic games have signed to the label. The latest additions to our catalogue include Boxing Manager, The Realm and The General for the ZX Spectrum by Ian Williams (ex willysoft.co.uk publisher). For the PC and Amiga is Gobblers, also by Williams.

Manjinder Singh has granted us exclusive rights to his games Snakes and Ladders and Chopper Mission for the ZX Spectrum.

We have a growing number of authors and games that will be released on a range of formats and ported to many new ones as well.

Paul Andrews of Alten8 said, "We are gaining new authors almost everyday now, and are in ongoing talks with various publishing and distribution companies on releasing both the original games and ported versions over the coming months. Our Alten8.com arm is also working on new games for more recent formats, such as the GBA and Pocket Windows."

About the Alten8 Ltd group

Set up at the start of 2005, the Alten8 Ltd group are software developers across many hand-held, mobile and portable formats. Part of this group, Retro-Soft, are working towards licensing many classic games to use on emulators and the antique hardware itself.


Paul Andrews - info@retro-trader.com



About Retro Bytes PR

Retro Bytes PR works with a growing number of small not-for-profit and co-operative software publishers and developers to ensure the best possible publicity for the increasing number of high-quality homebrew software titles released today.


Shaun Bebbington - retrobytespr@mail.com



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