Broadband entertainment network GameTap yesterday announced they’d inked deals with three additional video game publishers to add their titles to the growing list of hundreds of games available for download and play.
The agreement with Interplay, Snk Playmore USA Corporation and Riverdeep Inc. adds over 150 new games to the GameTap service, including titles such as: Battlechess, Clayfighter, Earthworm Jim, Giants, Ikari Warriors, MDK, Ninja Commando, Sacrifice, Shock Troopers, Virtual Tennis, Viva Soccer, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego and Oregon Trail.
GameTap, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting System, costs $14.95 per month to access.
“GameTap is continually striving to provide our subscribers with new and exciting gaming content through licensing agreements with premiere publishers,” said GameTap General Manager Stuart Snyder. “We are the destination for everyone interested in getting their video-gaming fill, and Interplay, SNK Playmore and Riverdeep will bring a great collection of both classic and newer titles that are sure to keep our subscribers entertained. The addition of Riverdeep also adds to GameTap’s library of educational games, a genre that we are looking forward to continually grow.”
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