Red Storm Entertainment Signs Deals with Developers For An Exciting New Series Of Games

Red Storm Entertainment Signs Deals with Red Lemon, Crawfish and Climax.

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Based in Scotland, Red Lemon Studios will be developing Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends for the PlayStation platform. Red Lemon introduced the property to Red Storm earlier this year. Andy Campbell, Managing Director of Red Lemon commented, ?Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends as a property, appeals to the kid in us as a developer. We were pleased to see Red Storm share that enthusiasm. We are very excited at the mass-market opportunities of the game, and look forward to working with Red Storm on this exciting project.? Red Lemon specializes in the creation of titles for PC, PlayStation and DreamCast, and is most recently known for its release of Braveheart, published by Eidos Interactive. Learn more about the company at

Climax Group, based in the United Kingdom, has signed on to develop the game for the Nintendo 64 and DreamCast platforms. Climax is an experienced and active technology developer for the DreamCast, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, and PlayStation platforms. Titles Climax have developed include Populous: The Beginning and Diablo for the PlayStation, Battlezone 64 for the Nintendo 64, NHL Blades of Steel ?99 for the Game Boy Color. Find out more about Climax at

Based in London, U.K., Crawfish Interactive Ltd. will develop the game for the Game Boy Color. This company is a video games developer specializing in handheld consoles, including the Game Boy Color. To date Crawfish have produced critical and chart successes for global publishers including Red Storm Entertainment, Acclaim, Activision, Midway, Crave and GTi with many more in the pipeline. Visit the company's website at

Red Storm initially announced the deal with BKN after the Electronic Entertainment Expo in May. Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths & Legends began airing on BKN, America?s third broadcast kids network, on August 29, 1999, and already has a two-year air commitment. Producers of the show, which is the first full in-house production from BKN?s Los Angeles-based animation studio, describe it as an X-Files for the younger set. Internationally the series has been sold to such leading broadcasters as Super RTL (Germany), BBC (UK), Mediaset (Italy) and Cartoon Network (Latin America).

The games are scheduled for release in Q4 of 2000.