OverviewInteractive Strip, established by Carsten Wieland and Carsten Korte, was a short-lived German development team and consisted of the members of New Generation Software, who had been making DOS/Windows games at that company at least since 1995. Interactive Strip was used as a separate team name for the development of two erotic titles: Lula: The Sexy Empire (1998) and Wet Attack: The Empire Cums Back (1999).
After those, both New Generation Software and Interactive Strip were abandoned and the company continued as Redfire Software, a developer and publisher of erotic software.
TriviaThe company website was formerly located at www.i-strip.com
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