OverviewFormer teacher David Martin founded Martech, a UK company which initially looked at making board/computer game crossovers but ultimately settled on being primarily involved in licensed titles, including digital creations of Zoids, model-turned-singer Samantha Fox and daredevil Eddie Kidd.
The original name of the company was Software Communications Ltd, before it became Martech. In 1987 Electronic Arts took a stake in the company, and in 1989 it rebranded as Screen 7 Ltd.
The company closed soon after, with Martin first forming the short-lived Emerald Games before going to to work for Gremlin.
|If It Moves, Shoot It!||(1988)|
|Nigel Mansell's Grand Prix||(1988)|
|4 Top Games||(1987)|
|Nemesis the Warlock||(1987)|
|Samantha Fox Strip Poker||(1986)|
|Brian Jacks Superstar Challenge||(1985)|
|Eddie Kidd Jump Challenge||(1985)|
|Geoff Capes Strongman||(1985)|
|Quest of Merravid, The||(1983)|
TriviaThe company website was formerly located at www.martech.net
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