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theslitherydeee: Here's a series that might be worth looking into. If they do bring it here all 3 games should be bundled together like the Space Quest series.
http://www.gog.com/forum/general/vote_for_the_carnivores_series
(Sorry I never said anything about this. :P) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnivores_%28series%29 suggests there were various publishers for the games, so it's hard to know who has the IP currently.

I did send an email and tweet to http://www.beatshapers.com/about, as they seem to be the publisher of the HD title.

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Not much of an update, but I did send a new email to Interplay about Cyberia 1 & 2 (again) and Normality's American voice. Even if Cory Feldman can't make it, I think C1&2 can. (I also sent Turnipslayerr an email about C1&2.)
For Carnivores, you can also try asking the developers, Tatem Games:
http://tatemgames.com/
Those are the same guys who made Chasm: The Rift, but they don't have the rights to that one. =\
Though, I feel awkward asking Ukrainian teams about these kinds of things given the current situation in the region.
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SCPM: For Carnivores, you can also try asking the developers, Tatem Games:
http://tatemgames.com/
Those are the same guys who made Chasm: The Rift, but they don't have the rights to that one. =\
Though, I feel awkward asking Ukrainian teams about these kinds of things given the current situation in the region.
I actually just heard back from Beatshapers (pretty quickly!) saying they'd forward my email to the "IP owners", so that may well be Tatem Games as you suggested.

I wonder if Carnivores were 3Dfx compatible.
Got reminded of Seven Cities Of Gold today (loved it back on my C64), and discovered I had somehow missed this release - Seven Cities of Gold (Commemorative Edition).

It looks great and it's a DOS title, so I'm thinking of hunting it down. Any concerns or benefits to it being a Ozark Softscape/SEGA release?
Regarding Seven Cities of Gold (Commemorative Edition), I have emailed Melanie Bunten at http://www.ozarksoftscape.com to see if she knows who is the current rightsholder.
Post edited March 25, 2014 by IAmSinistar
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IAmSinistar: Got reminded of Seven Cities Of Gold today (loved it back on my C64), and discovered I had somehow missed this release - Seven Cities of Gold (Commemorative Edition).

It looks great and it's a DOS title, so I'm thinking of hunting it down. Any concerns or benefits to it being a Ozark Softscape/SEGA release?
Mobygames lists Ozark/SEGA as Devs but EA as publishers so I've gone ahead and added it to my list of missing stuff under EA - thanks for pointing that one out!
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Fever_Discordia: Mobygames lists Ozark/SEGA as Devs but EA as publishers so I've gone ahead and added it to my list of missing stuff under EA - thanks for pointing that one out!
Sure thing, I figured EA was in the mix somewhere as well. If I recall properly my C64 copy of Seven Cities came in one of those "album sleeves" that EA favoured in their formative years. Also known as "the days when I liked them". :)
Just heard back from Melanie Bunten at Ozark Softscape, she has the IP for all of her father's titles. Here's hoping she is interested in seeming them revived, and that GOG is interested in being the ones to do it. :)
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IAmSinistar: Just heard back from Melanie Bunten at Ozark Softscape, she has the IP for all of her father's titles. Here's hoping she is interested in seeming them revived, and that GOG is interested in being the ones to do it. :)
Ayyyyyyyeeeeeeeeee!
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IAmSinistar: Just heard back from Melanie Bunten at Ozark Softscape, she has the IP for all of her father's titles. Here's hoping she is interested in seeming them revived, and that GOG is interested in being the ones to do it. :)
Did he die?
It's sad when guys who made the games I grew up with, like Mike Singleton pass away, makes me feel old too!
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IAmSinistar: Just heard back from Melanie Bunten at Ozark Softscape, she has the IP for all of her father's titles. Here's hoping she is interested in seeming them revived, and that GOG is interested in being the ones to do it. :)
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Fever_Discordia: Did he die?
It's sad when guys who made the games I grew up with, like Mike Singleton pass away, makes me feel old too!
Yes, and it is saddening. Also sobering for me, since I'm barely a generation younger than these guys, if even that.
It seems TERC, the company behind the Zoombinis games recently reacquired the rights to the series, and are in the planning stages of a remake of the original game for tablets. I sent them a message on their Facebook page, asking if they would ever consider a GOG re-release. They responded saying they were unfamiliar with GOG, but would look into it. Fingers crossed!

TERC's Zoombinis site

Wishlist links:
Logical Journey of the Zoombinis
Zoombinis: Mountain Rescue
Zoombinis: Island Odyssey
Post edited April 18, 2014 by pezhead53