AFTERMATH MEDIA GAINS FULL LEGAL
RIGHTS TO TENDER LOVING CARE
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Medford, OR, March 10, 1997 -- Trilobyte,
Inc. and Aftermath Media, today announced an agreement entitling Aftermath
Media to legal ownership of Tender Loving Care, an interactive FMV CD-ROM
and full length feature film developed at Trilobyte. Aftermath also received
legal license to Trilobyte's GROOVIE authoring tools. Both decisions were
agreed upon February 26, 1997.
Aftermath Media, wholly owned by Rob Landeros and David Wheeler, is a
separate entity from Trilobyte, Inc. Landeros, Trilobyte co-founder and
former CEO, co-founded Aftermath Media with the goal to develop high-quality
products with broad consumer appeal. Aftermath firmly believes in creating
advanced entertainment titles that combine the interactivity of a CD-ROM and
DVD-ROM with a sophisticated, compelling storyline. Landeros commented "My
interest is in using elements of all media and, through interactivity,
enhance the entertainment value of good storytelling and substantive content."
Trilobyte COO, David Luehmann, commented "Trilobyte is focusing all production
efforts on developing Internet-specific action/strategy products that will
provide gamers with what they have been waiting for; persistent, multiplayer
environment games specifically designed for online play. Trilobyte has been
working day and night to ready Assault!, our first 3D Internet-based game,
for beta testing Q2, 1997. The transfer, of TLC, to Aftermath is a natural
progression for both companies concerned."
Luehmann continued "Rob retains an ownership interest in Trilobyte and
agrees that Trilobyte's focus is best channeled toward developing cutting-edge
Internet-based technology. In the same vein, we believe that TLC and future
Aftermath products will flourish under the control and direction of Rob as
Aftermath embraces and supports the full potential of FMV CD-ROM development."
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Founded in 1991, Medford, Oregon-based Trilobyte,
Inc. is dedicated to developing cutting-edge Internet-based software designed
for multiplayer gaming. The company, in its culture and mission, is
redefining what it means to be a game developer and rethinking what it takes
to be entertaining.
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