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Secret project: Developer, genre and contents revealed

Munich, 2008-07-28

Z-Software develops the still unknown game which redspotgames has already announced last week, the Munich-based?company disclosed today.

The Dortmund-based Z-Software GmbH already made their mark with the 3D spaceshooter "Doxan" and the?internationally well-known "Handball Simulator 2010: European Tournament". It is the first true simulation of the popular?ball game on the PC. The company was founded back in 2008, comprises a team of 5 employees and also offers further?services such as motion capturing. A couple of freelancers have been involved to the secret project as well.

redspotgames supports the title as a cooperation partner and involves themselves with voice recordings et al. Due to?today's website update it was also made public that the first part of the project name contains the word "Solar".?Additionally it has been revealed that it's a "3D Arcade Space Shooter". The game offers 11 diversified and action loaded?missions and a "Skirmish" mode, that contains a battle area in which the player has to compete against a wave of?enemies. You'll find 3D models of the ships attached.

The complete name and target platform will be revealed until end of this week.

Further information: www.z-software.net&www.redspotgames.com

About redspotgames

redspotgames is a young company from Munich (Germany) that acts as a publisher, distributor and promoter for computer and videogames. With?Last Hope for Dreamcast, their first published title was released in early 2007 which marks the most professional and best sold release on the?Dreamcast of a indie publisher so far. Due the successful focusing on the Asian market, redspotgames works together with well-known?developers and wholesalers from Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea already today.

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