First MacPlay Value Series; Fallout, Incoming, More
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Today, MacPlay announced the first titles to be packaged in their upcoming Value Series. Scheduled to ship in July, the MacPlay Value Series will include a mix of 15 classic & modern titles at the price of $19.99 each.
The press release brings word of new additions to the Value Series such as the military vehicle combat title Incoming, and a repackaging of the classic RPG Fallout. Also added to the list are three titles from German porting house e.p.i.c. Interactive, including Earth 2140, Feeble Files and Knights and Merchants. This is great for those gamers in North America who might have missed out on their limited distribution.
Here's a clip from the MacPlay press release:
First 15 Titles Announced in the MacPlay Value Series -An Incredible Line-Up of Products at a Value Price of $19.99For more information on the Value Series and the games within, visit MacPlay's web site.
First 15 Titles Announced in the MacPlay Value Series
Dallas, TX – June 18, 2002 – MacPlay, a subsidiary of United Developers, announced today that it plans to bring a slate of value-priced games to the market in mid-July, officially titled the MacPlay Value Series. The initial configuration includes 12 titles in a freestanding display, offering the Macintosh consumer a selection of classic favorites along with some completely new titles for the platform.
The initial 12 titles scheduled to be pre-packed for the launch of the freestanding display include: The Bejeweled & Alchemy Bundle, Hexen® II, Heretic II, Fallout, Incoming, Giants: Citizen Kabuto, Sacrifice, Birdie Shoot, Jinni Zeala Pinball, Majesty, Sin Gold and Zork® Grand Inquisitor.
In addition to the twelve products pre-packed in the freestanding display, three more MacPlay Value Series products will be available for purchase at the initial launch, scheduled for mid-July. These titles include Earth 2140, Feeble Files and Knights and Merchants.
"We are extremely pleased with the quality of the titles available in the initial launch of the MacPlay Value Series," said Mark Cottam, President of MacPlay. Cottam added, "Our goal is to deliver the best content at the fairest price. We have worked very hard to make sure that we include products that everyone in the family can enjoy."
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