Near mythical tales have been told of the 1983 burial of 700,000 Atari games and products in a New Mexico landfill. Joseph Lewandowski is the man who separated fact from myth to track down, locate, and excavate these games. AJ and Joerg talk to him about the process behind that, and the many interwoven stories that make this such an endearing legend.
Scene World will attend at the press conference in the Film Museum of Frankfurt: Joe Lewandowski, leader of famous of ET Atari archaeologica that took place in the dessert of New Mexicos , USA in 2014. This way an old rumor was proven to be correct that said, that the videogame developer ATARI digged thousand of game carts due to the videogame crash
Aquanox is a 19 years old IP that is famous for its underwater action, also often quoted as being "The Wing Commander of sea fighting". Published first by BlueByte in 1996, now Aquanox is owned by Nordic Games and the 4th episode of the series is now handcrafted by the Serbian game development studio "Digital Arrow".
Currently, they are currently running a Kickstarter campaign to get the ideas of the community and fans and form a game that will provide underwater action surpreme.
AJ and Joerg talk to CEO, Producer, Designer and underwater expert Norbert Varga.