MYTH - history in the making (C64).
Producer: Mark Cale
Coder: Peter Baron
Graphics: Bob Stevenson
Musician: Jeroen Tel (Maniacs of Noise)
MYTH - (Amiga).
Game Design by: Mark Cale
Programming by: Dave Colclough
Graphics by: Robin Levy
Additional Code by: Dave Collins, Steve Wetherill
Additional Graphics: Phil Thornton, Bob Stevenson, Paul Docherty, Alan Hunnisett
Music by: Don Howard
Atmospherics: Richard Joseph, Phil Thornton
Produced by: Mark Cale
Project Management: John Kemp, Phil Thornton
Comic Strip by: Colin Jones
About System 3
System 3 is a UK-based videogames publisher that has been responsible for some of the greatest game experiences of all time!
Formed in 1983 by the globally renowned Mark Cale, System 3 is the company behind such fondly remembered global heavyweights as The Last Ninja, MYTH: History In The Making, International Karate, Putty Squad and Constructor, as well as dozens of other heartwarming games.
The company, one of the last remaining independents, operates two key brands; System 3 – a premium game publisher and Play It – a budget game publisher.
Throughout it’s 27 years the team at System 3 has worked on pretty much every games platform in existence – from the C64 to the CD32 – but right now the focus is on the DS, PSP, Wii and PlayStation3 consoles.
That hasn’t stopped the retro goodness shining through though, with updates of 80s classic Impossible Mission hitting the DS, PS2 and PSP early in 2008.
In 2007 System 3 brought the world the definitive Ferrari experience in the form of Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli.
With over 20 models of Ferrari available as well as 16-player online races and car handling approved by none other than GP2 driver of the moment (and soon to be Virgin Formula One driver Bruno Senna, there can be no doubt that it’s THE racing simulation of recent years.
System 3 is currently putting the finishing touches to SuperCar Challenge, an extension of the 'Challenge' series that adds a whole load of supercars (such as the Aston Martin DBR9 and the McLaren F1),
new tracks, a Career mode, features an improved framerate and graphic and boasts an 'Assisted' mode that opens the game up to less hardcore racing fans.
It’s not all about racing though and there’s another simulation that System 3 has hit the nail on the head with: pinball games! In 2007 System 3 acquired the rights to release games based on the Gottlieb pinball tables.
Pinball nut and System 3 head honcho Mark Cale is adamant that you won’t find a pinball game on the planet that gets closer to the real thing. System 3 is also set to release Williams Pinball Classics in 2009.