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[ December 1st 2006 ]
agreement with UK publisher Eidos
has seen Bright Things halve its pre-tax loss
from £2.6m to £1.3m in the six months to 30 September.
The company also announced it expects no further
business with distribution partner Bandai, a major
distributor for its Bubble hardware and software
Things recently bolstered its portfolio of interactive
DVD titles with the launch of Tomb
Raider: The Action Adventure. The firm is
concentrating on the emerging interactive DVD
market which is already showing signs of strong
growth throughout Europe and the U.S.
DVD games market is showing signs of continued
growth and the company is now concentrating on
strategic relationships to licence content for
development and publication next year." said
chief executive Dominic Wheatley.