Staten Island, NY - October 12, 2005 - Matrix Games (www.matrixgames.com) is pleased to announce its plans for the recently acquired publishing right for the Operational Art of War series.
Matrix Games has reached an agreement with the original designer and developer of The Operational Art of War, Norm Koger, to assist in updating the most recent version of the engine to assure full compatibility with the latest Windows XP systems. Matrix Games plans to publish an updated version of the latest Operational Art of War engine, including some fixes and tweaks for issues that have become known since the last major release.
David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said, "The Operational Art of War has never been surpassed in its flexibility and adaptability to the full scope of 20th Century warfare. We are delighted that Norm Koger agreed to assist and advise us on this project to make sure that the updated version will receive some of the fixes and tweaks that have been asked for since Century of Warfare was released."
Matrix Games plans to release further information in the near future on update and publishing plans and schedules for this title.
For more information on Matrix Games, please visit the main Matrix Games page at www.matrixgames.com.
ABOUT MATRIX GAMES
Matrix Games produces, markets and publishes historical wargames as well as other computer gaming products. Since 2000, Matrix Games has published over two dozen titles and several award-winning games, including War in the Pacific, Highway to the Reich, Gary Grigsby's World At War, Flashpoint Germany, Battles In Normandy, Starshatter and Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar. Matrix Games is based in Staten Island, New York. For more information, visit the Matrix Games website at www.matrixgames.com
ABOUT NORM KOGER
Norm Koger has been a computer game developer since 1987. His titles have been published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. and TalonSoft, and include Stellar Crusade, Red Lightning, Conflict: Middle East, Conflict: Korea, TANKS!, Age of Rifles, and The Operational Art of War. He is currently working with his partner, Jim Rose, on a new line of 3D, real-time, wargames to be announced in fall of 2005. Norm maintains a sporadically updated website at home.austin.rr.com/normkoger.