eGames, Inc. is a software publisher and developer for casual and traditional computer games founded in 1992 and headquartered in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. In late 2005, eGames acquired Cinemaware, a game company founded in the eighties who produced a series of "interactive movie" games. In 2006, eGames released the first titles under its new affiliated label, Cinemaware Marquee. Through Cinemaware Marquee, eGames brings traditional games developed around the world to retail. eGames recently announced that it would be reviving many of the classic Cinemaware titles.
Hamumu Software Titles Published by eGamesEdit
eGames has published the Hamumu Software games Eddie Galaxy: Intergalactic Exterminator, The Adventures of Bouapha: Spooky Castle and Spooky Castle: The Adventures of Kid Mystic, all released in 1999. The two Spooky Castle games were released as Dr. Lunatic spin-offs because eGames was not interested in publishing Dr. Lunatic. According to Jamul, "Kid Mystic was created when a publisher said they liked Dr. Lunatic but thought a bald adult hero would be scary to kids [...], and said 'how about making him a wizard or a dinosaur instead?'".
All three games would later be redistributed by Hamumu, The Adventures of Bouapha: Spooky Castle being made available for free and Spooky Castle: The Adventures of Kid Mystic being re-released as an extended edition (with its name shortened to Kid Mystic).