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Strategy First, the publisher of PC games such as Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns and Galactic Civilization, announced today that the company has acquired all of...

Jason Dobson, Blogger

April 5, 2006

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Strategy First, the publisher of PC games such as Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns and Galactic Civilization, announced today that the company has acquired all of the intellectual property assets of developer Malfador Machinations. As part of the transaction, Malfador’s president and CEO, Aaron Hall, joined the Strategy First management team to direct the ongoing development of Malfador’s Space Empires franchise, including Space Empires V, which will be released by Strategy First in June. “I’m absolutely delighted to be part of the Strategy First family,” said Aaron Hall, president of Malfador Machinations. “They have already been helpful in positioning the Space Empires franchise going forward, and our combined talents will make this already successful property even stronger in the future.” “We’re excited to add the Space Empires series to our library of award-winning titles which already includes the successful Jagged Alliance and Disciples franchises,” said Don McFatridge, president of Strategy First. “We now have three popular franchises under active development, and we’ve gained the expertise of Aaron Hall, one of the industry’s leading development luminaries.” Commenting on the acquisition, as well as future similar deals by Strategy First, Clive Kabatznik, president and CEO of Silverstar Holdings, Strategy First's parent company, said, “This transaction is immediately accretive to earnings and we are pleased that Aaron Hall has joined our team. We will continue to seek and secure similar acquisition opportunities in the future.”

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