Constructor, California Games being re-mastered for tablets in 2013

By Dave Cook, Thursday, 4 April 2013 12:05 GMT

Constructor and California Games are just two classic games being given the re-master treatment for tablets by UK developer System 3.

The news comes from an interview with System 3 CEO Mark Cale within the page’s of this week’s MCV.

Said Cale, “We have also been working on Constructor, which is an important title for us because it works across many platforms, and it’s ideal for touch screen tablets. We have also started work on Ferrari Challenge 2, California Games and Arcade Pinball Classics.

“We’ve done four pinball titles now and we’ve been delighted by the press reaction. Our last Williams Pinball game received scores the mid-80s.”

Constructor debuted on PC in 1997 and saw players fighting to construct the best region of a city, broker deals and stab backs in order to win the game.

California Games on the other hand is a darling of the retro circuit and saw players pulling off BMX stunts and other “radical” feats of skill alls et to the hazy sunshine of Californian beaches.

Are you excited about either game? We’ll have more on their respective release windows when we hear it.

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