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e.p.i.c. interactive (e-mail)

Spellbound Entertainment and e.p.i.c. interactive to enter license agreement
Kehl/Tübingen, August 16th, 2004 - Spellbound Entertainment AG and e.p.i.c. interactive entertainment gmbh have reached a comprehensive license agreement that will bring many of the popular Spellbound games to other systems like the Apple Macintosh and Linux among others.

The first title to be ported will be the strategy game "Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood", which will initially be released for Apple Macintosh and Linux. Versions for other systems are planned. Further Spellbound titles are to follow soon.

"We are very proud to have the chance to cooperate with one of Germany's longest standing developing companies. Finally great Spellbound titles, which all have gathered a large and loyal following, will become available to gamers on other computer systems", said Thomas Steiding, CEO of e.p.i.c. interactive, about the deal.

Armin Gessert, CEO of Spellbound, added: "In e.p.i.c. we have found a competent partner and we are happy that the long neglected users of systems such as Macintosh and Linux will soon be able to play our games too."

More information about "Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood" will be available on our website soon. (snx)

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Robert Wahnsiedler (e-mail)

New address of French Amiga repairer
The French Amiga Center for spare parts and repairs (including PowerUp cards), formerly known under the URL, is now accessable via

The e-mail address of the Amiga Center is The snail mail address, bank account, telephone number and the offered services stay unchanged.

Furthermore, they are still looking for someone with interest to translate the homepage from French to English. (snx) (Translation: wk)

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Genesi (e-mail)

Incriminations against Genesi in connection with the Guardian withdrawn
While reporting about the discontinuation of Pegasos support by the operating system OpenBSD, we also linked to a statement by Mitch B. Parker on the mailinglist OpenBSD-misc. Mr. Parker had worked on the Guardian project together with Dale Rahn and ShopIP.

In the mentioned mailinglist posting, he had accused Genesi of reverse engineering and sabotage with regard to ShopIP's CrunchBox. Under the title link, again on the OpenBSD-misc mailinglist, he has now withdrawn his incriminations as being utterly false. (snx)

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