Tonight the respective soccer teams meet in a
European Championship version of their historic rivalry, but that fact doesn't prevent Dutch publisher Project Three
Interactive and German distributor Flashpoint from announcing that they have started a co-operation for the
distribution of Project 3 PC games for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Flashpoint will start with releasing the following Project Three PC games in the coming months: funracer 'RC Cars',
point and click adventure game 'Alida' (on both CDROM and DVDROM), a duo-pack re-release on
DVD ROM of point-and-click adventures 'Schizm' & 'Reah' and the promising fantasy RPG 'Kult: Heretic Kingdoms'.
Project Three CEO Robert Ercevic stated: 'We strongly look forward to start working with Flashpoint in what is the biggest
territory in the European market for PC products. Flashpoint have been active for over 12 years in the industry
and have proven that they are a solid partner; I am sure they will do an excellent job for us.
Jean-Marcel Sommer, Director Marketing & New Business, added: "We are very eager to start distributing Project 3
titles in the German speaking territories. The strong line up of their titles, in combination with full german
localization, will strengthen our position as the number one independent distributor for adventure & role playing games
Flashpoint, founded in 1988, is one of the leading independent supplier of home-Entertainment products in Germany:
the company belongs to the Top 5 distributors for video- & computer games and has access to all relevant market
participants. Additional business areas are distribution and marketing of DVDs/videos, console accessories and audio books.
Further Information at www.flashpoint.de.
About Project Three Interactive:
Project Three Interactive is a leading publisher of PC Games. The company was founded in 2000 in the Netherlands and
has shown a steady growth since. Its innovative products are being distributed through a vast and growing quality
network of international partners all over the globe. With the acquisition of Project Three Interactive Studio AB
in Malmö, Sweden, the fast-growing Project Three Group has integrated game
development and publishing activities under one umbrella, thus securing a steady flow of quality products for years to come.