OverviewNew Generation Software was founded by Malcolm Evans in Bath (UK). He originally started the company by himself, but he was soon joined by his brother Rod Evans as Managing Director, and the programmers Paul Bunn and James Day.
Prior to founding New Generation, Malcolm Evans already released 3D Monster Maze in February 1982. This was followed by the official releases of Escape, 3D Tunnel (1983), Knot in 3D (1983), Corridors of Genon (1983) and Trashman (1984).
The company made an agreement with Quicksilva to have their Commodore 64 games marketed worldwide.
|Jonah Barrington's Squash||(1985)|
|Shoot the Rapids||(1985)|
|Corridors of Genon||(1983)|
|Knot in 3D||(1983)|
|3D Monster Maze||(1982)|
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Related Web Sites
- Ingredients of a winning team (An overview of the company in CRASH - The Online Edition, issue 5 (June 1984))
- New Generation Software - Wikipedia (Company information on Wikipedia, the open encyclopedia website)