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Artex reveal further TEK1608 developements

By Chris Williams. Published: 7th Jan 18:23:50 | Permalink | Printable

Artex Software, developers of the long awaited realtime strategy game TEK 1608, have today published a new screenshot of said game. More screenshots and news are expected to follow shortly.

Adding to the Artex press release, Jan Klose announced, "Further, I'd like to draw your attention to the three-page TEK SPECIAL in this month's Acorn User magazine, which covers many questions about the game."

Artex Software: www.artexsoft.com

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