A couple of weeks ago Crawfish announced that they were working on GameBoy Advance revamps of several classic Bitmap Brothers games from the company's Amiga days. Not satisfied with this, Crawfish is also planning to launch PDA versions of Chaos Engine, Xenon and Z later this year as part of their new Crawfish ToGo service. Punters will be able to buy and download games directly to their Palm or PocketPC, with the first two titles (Gopher It and Chess ToGo) both launching at just £2.99 a pop. "We've had a fantastic first five years and now we can approach the next five with real anticipation", Crawfish founder Cameron Sheppard beamed. "We've already established ourselves as the premiere GameBoy and mobile developer, now we want to lead the way in Palm and Pocket PC gaming. Despite its enormous growth over the last few years the market has remained largely untapped and we're confident our games are going to be massive hits." Related Feature - GameBoy Gods
Source - press release
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