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U.S. Air Force extends invitation to NovaLogic; NovaLogic on hand for F-22 Raptor roll-out.

CALABASAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 11, 1997--Computer flight simulation developer NovaLogic Inc. Friday announced that top company officials were on hand to witness the U.S. Air Force's recent F-22 Raptor unveiling.

The event, which took place on April 9 at the Lockheed plant in Marietta, Ga., was an important milestone in the production schedule of this high-tech aircraft. In recognition of NovaLogic's on-going commitment to authentic military flight simulations, the USAF extended an invitation to them to attend this historic event.

Both John Garcia, NovaLogic's president and CEO, and Lee Milligan, chief financial officer, participated in this invitation-only event. They were given a unique opportunity to meet with Lockheed test pilots and engineers to discuss various aspects of the aircraft in preparation for their upcoming release, entitled F-22 Raptor. F-22 Raptor is the second-generation version of F-22 Lightning II, the best-selling combat flight simulation which was released in September 1996.

Said Garcia, "This is another step forward in our commitment to develop the most realistic military flight simulations. While our competitors are still struggling to release their first game based on the F-22, NovaLogic is well on its way to deliver a second generation simulation destined to dominate the skies and the competition."

Founded in 1985, NovaLogic is a leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software for use on PC and MacIntosh CD-ROM platforms. NovaLogic's "The Art of War" brand lineup for 1997 includes F-22 Raptor, Comanche 3 and Armored Fist 2 - M1A2 Abrams for the PC and Werewolf vs. Comanche 2 for the MacIntosh. NovaLogic will also release its "Hall of Fame" budget line in spring 1997. The company's other award-winning products include the recently released F-22 Lightning II, Comanche, Armored Fist, WolfPack and Ultrabots. NovaLogic has headquarteres in Calabasas with offices in London.

Comanche, Armored Fist, Voxel Space, NovaLogic and the NovaLogic logo are registered trademarks of NovaLogic. F-22, F-22 Lightning II, F-22 Raptor, Comanche 2, Comanche 3, Armored Fist 2, Armored Fist 2 - M1A2 Abrams, WolfPack, Ultrabots, Werewolf vs. Comanche, Voxel Space 2, NovaLogic - The Art of War, NovaLogic - Hall of Fame are trademarks of NovaLogic Inc. Werewolf is a registered trademark of Data East USA, Inc. for video games in the United States. Werewolf is a registered trademark of NovaLogic in the United Kingdom and Germany and is a trademark of NovaLogic in all other territories. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. Copyright 1997 by NovaLogic Inc. All rights reserved.

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