Las Vegas, 15th April 2007 – Topware Interactive is proud to announce that UFO Afterlight has officially gone gold today and will ship with full Vista support. However, the added functionality of the North American version will delay the product's previously announced ship date of 5/1 to 5/15.
Finally on 5/15, all Earthlings will now have a chance to help our fellow comrades on Mars through a mixture of advanced tactics, strategy, fighting, and diplomacy.
"We can not be more pleased at how this product is being received by the press and gaming community" says James Seaman "It has literally sky rocketed up the ratings chart into a top 15 position for PC games and, now, with full Vista support, everyone will get a chance to experience this game in all its' glory."
About CENEGA PUBLISHING
CENEGA PUBLISHING s.r.o., as an established world publisher is dedicated to sourcing quality games for PC and console formats with a focus towards Central European developers.
CENEGA PUBLISHING, based in Prague in the Czech Republic, was founded in April 2002. In May 2005 1C Company, the largest distributor, publisher and developer of software and interactive products in Russia, CIS and the Baltic states, acquired 100 percent of Cenega Distribution Group and CENEGA PUBLISHING. The combined portfolio of 1C and Cenega will reach an impressive amount of over 60 titles in development for the PC and for consoles to be released in 2006-2007.
For more information about CENEGA PUBLISHING and its products visit www.cenega.com For more information about 1C visit http://int.games.1c.ru
About ALTAR Games
ALTAR Games is a game developing company, controlled by private investors, based in Brno, Czech Republic. ALTAR Interactive is the developer of the critically acclaimed RTS Original War, puzzle game Fish Fillets and small squad tactical strategies UFO: Aftermath and UFO: Aftershock.
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