Following yesterday's news
that the original founders of British publisher Zoo Digital had decided to sell on its games publishing division, after reportedly weak sales over the Christmas period, the newly spun off publisher, which has put out titles including Alien Hominid
in European territories, has announced its plans.
Already the owner of a considerable GBA, DS, PS2 and PC back catalogue, ZOO Digital Publishing Ltd will, according to the firm: "...focus on re-licensing and publishing product for the European and Asian markets whilst continuing to exploit and maximise their portfolio on existing, next generation and mobile formats."
Barry Hatch, Managing Director of the restructured company, commented on the future of ZDP: "It's an exciting opportunity to focus on our strengths and continue to produce and expand our comprehensive catalogue of multi-format games. We've been a presence in European publishing for some time now, and our separation from the ZOO group gives us the flexibility to work closer with our distributors, retailers and the rest of the industry."
The Zoo Digital Publishing website includes information on forthcoming releases for the company, with the PC version of Alien Hominid
debuting in the near future, and the Game Boy Advance version of Orbital Media's Juka And The Monophonic Menace
recently released in European territories.