Medford's Trilobyte Games said it has struck two production and distribution deals with European firms, propelling its blockbuster games "The 7th Guest" and "The 11th Hour" to re-enter the global PC gaming market.
Agreements with DotEmu of Paris (www.dotemu.com) and Good Old Games (www.gog.com) of Warsaw, Poland, grant rights to Trilobyte Games' premier titles for distribution through their websites and catalogs. Both companies will market and promote product launches and sales.
"We believe that these new agreements will comprehensively address the feedback we've been getting from our fans while providing the company with important new partners and revenue streams," Trilobyte co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Rob Landeros said in a statement.
"It is important to keep extending and enhancing our brand and intellectual property, while clearing the deck for planned new products."
Trilobyte, which re-emerged from a dozen years of dormancy in 2010, said it is working on similar efforts for Macintosh users. The company said it is developing two new games and two appBooks as well.