In addition, they will release 10 new premiere titles by the end of the year, along with 60 to 75 Tapwave Certified or Tuned titles, such as MicroQuad (arcade/racing game), Hellfire: Apache vs. Hind (helicopter combat game), Orbz (action arcade) and Acedior (RPG). Some of the Zodiac premiere titles for this year will include Activision’s Moto MTX: Mototrax and Street Hoops, Eidos’ Tomb Raider and Atari’s Neverwinter Nights. Activision’s Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4 just released in March, and DOOM II and Duke Nukem: Mobile Mayhem will be launching in the next few weeks.
“Support for the Tapwave Zodiac among well-established game publishers and developers continues to rapidly grow,” said Byron Connell, co-founder of Tapwave. “We’re excited and encouraged by the new opportunities that are continually opening up for this platform. This holiday season, the Zodiac will be available in retail outlets nationwide alongside new titles to show off the systems gaming power and multi-entertainment functionality.”
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