VM Labs signs up DVD International for distribution of NUON-Enhanced games
VM Labs today announced an agreement with DVD International, one of the industry’s leading independent DVD suppliers, for DVD International to distribute NUON-enhanced interactive DVD game software titles beginning later this year. DVD International will distribute the previously announced initial titles. The NUON-enhanced technology provides the speed and power to transform a DVD player into an interactive fun-center. The first group of titles includes Merlin Racing (a 3D go-kart racing game developed by Miracle Design); Eclipse Software Design’s Iron Soldier (a first person strategy game); Freefall 3050 A.D. (a futuristic law enforcement game developed by Total Arkade Software); Cyan’s graphic adventure Myst, which will be ported from the PC platform; Fungus Amungus“ A-Maze, a classic board game; and Tempest 3000, a game that is part of a new deal with Hasbro.
Additional software titles for NUON-enhanced DVD Players are pending, to be distributed by DVD International as they become ready to go to market.
”As the DVD industry continues to experience dramatic expansion, consumers are ready to expand their software tastes,“” said David Goodman, president, DVD International. “DVD International has already established a strong base of interactive titles, and with this agreement, our audience will have yet another premium interactive experience to enjoy over and over again.’
DVD International (DVDI), based in Mountain Lakes, NJ, focuses on DVD distribution opportunities and distributes a wide array of interactive programming from Aftermath Media, Alpha DVD, Bennu Multimedia, Infinite Ventures, Joe Kane Productions, Michael Nesmith’s Santa Fe Pictures, Mill Reef Entertainment, NAXOS of America, Planet Theory, Slingshot Entertainment and VM Labs.
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