archiving Tomb Raider one pixel at a time

Results 1-5 of 5

Page 1 of 1

BABEL OPENS GAMING COMPATIBILITY LAB

Babel Media, a professional services firm specialising in the entertainment industry, has opened a handheld gaming compatibility lab in the UK. The lab will provide companies with the facilities to test and refine games for all major handheld platforms, including Palm, Pocket PC, Symbian and Gameboy advance.

Last Updated: Feb 14, 2002

A MILLION IN THE HAND WITH EIDOS PLC

So you’ve got Millionaire on your PC at work on your PlayStation at home but how can you get your fix of general knowledge brain teasers when you’re commuting between the two ? The answer is simple - Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? for your Personal Digital Assistant.

Last Updated: Nov 28, 2001

EIDOS MILLIONAIRE SET FOR HAND-OUTS

London based Tomb Raider publishers Eidos PLC is to create a free version of its Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Game for handheld computers. The game will be available for Palm operating systems by the end of the month.

Last Updated: Nov 13, 2001

LARA CROFT GOES MOBILE

Lara Croft, the popular heroine of the Tomb Raider games, will soon be apperaing even on mobile phones. Tao Group has made computer and console video games compatible with mobile phones. The British software house has created an innovative technology which has convinced a consortium of investors headed by US Bowman Capital Partners to offer new financing worth $18 million.

Last Updated: Sep 11, 2001

LARA CROFT ON YOUR PDA DEVICE

PDA Tomb Raider junkies can now have curvaceous Lara Croft strutting her stuff on their hand-held devices thanks to a new program called Pocket Mascot developed by JGUI. Pocket Mascot stays on the top of the screen of your Windows CE-powered Pocket PC and displays the Core Design diva and two other interchangable characters who draw your attention to important matters, like no other!

Last Updated: Aug 29, 2001