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IncaGold Signs 'Road to Fame' & 'Army Racer'

by Rainier on July 2, 2005 @ 2:51 p.m. PDT

IncaGold is pleased to announce that it has acquired European distribution rights to two racing titles from Hungarian developer & publisher 576 Media, 'Road to Fame' & 'Army Racer.'

"Road to Fame"

"Road to Fame" brings a fresh, new approach to arcade-style car racing. You begin with a beat up old car and race your way to fame and fortune winning money with each race. Invest the money in tricking out your car, making it faster, or build a new one. Realistic graphics and your personal touches will provide you with hours of entertainment.

"Army Racing"

Realistic army-related graphics and high energy street racing will pump up your adrenaline as you race through 14 countries on the ultimate quest...... to defeat the enemy in races held on army bases. Choose from one of thirty characters, pick your enemy and leave him in the dust! 20 cars, 20 races, each with different levels of difficulty, equals total excitement. You better be fast and you better be on the ball, because they're out to get you and the only way to get them is to win!

"Road to Fame" is in the final stages of production for the imminent release in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and will be released in the UK, Ireland and Scandinavia in Q3 of 2005. "Army Racing" will be released by the end of October
2005.

"It is a good partnership we are forging with IncaGold," said Managing Director Zsolt Balogh, "We expect a good mutual success from this partnership and it is also good to work with a company which so much exposure in the market."

"576 Media is one of Hungary's best-known game developers. Not only are they prolific in their development, they produce quality products which should appeal to gamers throughout Europe," says Peter Hofschro¬®er, COO of IncaGold plc. The games will have a retail price of €29.99 in Germany and Austria, with a price point of CHF 40 in Switzerland. Price-points for UK and Scandinavia are yet to be announced. Pre-orders on "Road to Fame" have been very good and the titles will be available at all major retail chains.

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