The folks at GoG.com
have added another pair of old PC games to the service as Enemy Engaged: Apache vs. Havoc
and Pro Pinball Timeshock
are now available for $5.99 each. I haven't played Pro Pinball Timeshock but I do remember spending a lot of time with Apache vs. Havoc
as it was one of the few decent helicopter sims out there and I was in a weird flight sim phase of my life (I spent a lot of time with Falcon 4.0
during this same time). Might be worth checking out as there aren't a lot of good helicopter sims on the market.
GOG.COM ADDS EMPIRE CLASSICS TO DRM-FREE OFFERING
Empire Interactive’s critically acclaimed Enemy Engaged: Apache Havoc and Pro Pinball Timeshock are among Empire classics now available from GOG.com
Warsaw, Poland – March 12 – GOG.com (http://www.gog.com), the premier destination for DRM-free classic games, shows no signs of slowing down and announces another great deal that will expand the site’s catalogue of Good Old Games. Empire Interactive, the UK-based publisher, has a rich history full of classic gaming experiences. The nostalgia begins with today’s release of Enemy Engaged: Apache vs. Havoc (http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/apache_vs_havoc) and Pro Pinball Timeshock (http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/pro_pinball_timeshock), available for just $5.99 each. In the coming weeks more classics will be added to the site, including Combat Chess, Pro Pinball Big Race USA and Pro Pinball Fantastic Journey, all DRM-free, guaranteed to work on Vista and XP and packed with bonus stuff.
“Empire Interactive have been in the industry for over 20 years, and in that time they have developed and published some genuine classics,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com. “It's a great opportunity for GOG.com to deliver a number of these titles to a new audience and to make them available once more to everyone that originally played and enjoyed them.”
“As part of our global licensing strategy we are confident that working with GOG.com is great way for Empire to showcase some of our classic titles,” said Kevin Hutchinson, Licensing & ROE General Manager for Empire Interactive. “Enemy Engaged: Apache vs. Havoc and Pro Pinball Timeshock are both genuine classics and will be among the first of Empire’s back catalogue to be made available through GOG.com.”
Enemy Engaged: Apache vs. Havoc and Pro Pinball Timeshock are now available at GOG.com, with other Empire Interactive titles coming soon. Stay tuned for more news concerning new deals, more new releases and new service features in the upcoming weeks.
About Empire Interactive
Empire Interactive is a leading independent developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software for advanced entertainment systems which include the Nintendo Wii™, the Nintendo DS™, the Xbox 360™ and Xbox® video game systems from Microsoft, The PSOne® and PlayStation®2 computer entertainment systems and the PlayStation® Portable system, as well as PC titles. Empire Interactive is also committed to developing or planning to develop games for all future next generation consoles including the PlayStation®3.
Formed in 1987 and headquartered in the UK, Empire Interactive is one of the most established and successful game software publishers in the world, with operations in every major territory in the world including the U.S., Germany, Italy, France, Spain and Japan. Empire has developed and published video game titles based on significant global licenses including Hello Kitty, Jackass, Ford, Land Rover and Starsky & Hutch. Empire also owns a broad portfolio of brands including FlatOut™, Animal Paradise™, International Cricket Captain Series, and Off Road.
Empire Interactive and the ‘E’ logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Empire Interactive Europe Limited in the UK, U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Further information about Empire Interactive and its products can be found at www.empireinteractive.com
GOG.com – or Good Old Games – is the ultimate destination for classic PC games. The site offers gamers some of the greatest PC games of all time for a low price and free from copy protection. GOG.com is much more than just another digital distribution site, featuring an extensive community component that allows players to rate, review and discuss their favourite PC games, as well as insightful articles from respected games journalists. Visit http://www.gog.com and start your journey into the past.