Matra updates website and services

by [D-Tail] on 30-08-2006, 18:51
Topic: Websites

Matra Computer Automations, well known for their releases such as Ark-A-Noah and Sex Bomb Bunny, have entirely updated their website. In a modern-classic look, their new website now contains information about all previous and current Matra projects. This means that you'll not only find out what their games and merchandise is all about, but you'll also be shocked with their latest piece of hardware and the service accompanying it.

Shockware they call it, and basically, this provides a means for software developers to release their 8k, 16k, 32k or 48k ROM game on a physical cartridge! Of course, you've all seen INK Exxon Surfing, which was the first game to be released on cartridge since years. Curious to what the costs will be for batches of various sizes? It's all there.

Furthermore there seems to be some new hardware project going on, mysteriously called 'Flash Gordon'. We're curious as to what that may be. As soon as we get to know it, we'll notify you here, on the MRC frontpage, of course!

Relevant link: Matra Computer Automations

Comments (4)

By Xan0ri

Master (174)

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31-08-2006, 08:11

Just when I needed to purchase a new, great looking mouse -pad to my job office desk.
I Think matranet has just what I need... LOL!

By tfh

Prophet (3043)

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31-08-2006, 08:52

I still think it's very cool they offer that MSX-Cartridge option for your own software Smile Really great service against quite a good price Smile

By Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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31-08-2006, 23:55

'Flash Gordon' ........................ Flash Cartidge????

Dammm..... Before Dumas Crying

... Dumas Now!!!!

By spl

Paragon (1470)

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01-09-2006, 16:38

The example cart is "POPEYE"... humm... somebody has done a version of this great classic game or is only a concept?

PS: YES! DUMAS NOW AS-IS! Bios is stored in FLASH, so when all USB support is done we will re-flash it, but please, release it!