GUE


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GUEGlobal Underwater Explorers
GUEGreat Underground Empire (Zork)
GUEGo Ugly Early
GUEGeneral Urine Examination (medicine)
GUEGeneral Utility Easement (construction)
GUEGas Utilization Efficiency
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GUE Tech is the only IFE games vendor to offer multiple Google's Choice' titles such as Bard's Tale and Broken Sword.
For current IFE systems, GUE Tech is releasing even more brilliant titles from the PC and gaming console platforms - iconic titles such as Myst, Riven, Wasteland, Choplifter, Gothic and The Raven.
With these new titles GUE Tech said it now has a catalogue of 220 IFE games for airlines wanting to introduce a top quality gaming package on-board or those wishing to upgrade their existing games package.
With these new titles GUE Tech now has an unbeatable catalogue of 220 IFE games for airlines wanting to introduce a top quality gaming package on-board or those wishing to upgrade their existing games package.
As trailblazers in the IFE gaming world, GUE Tech is also currently investigating new game genres such as Interactive Books - an extension of the Interactive Movie genre of games the company already has in its catalogue.
In March this year it was announced that Singapore Airlines had signed an agreement with GUE Tech for 15 games as part of its flagship 'Red Eye Games Collection.
Throughout the writing process, I'd still been sending the GUE to publishers and agents; now, I started shopping the two books at once.
IFE Services, which currently provides IFE content to 43 airlines globally, is now working closely with GUE Tech to bring its games to a wider market.
When we came across GUE Tech's catalogue of games we were very impressed.
We're very proud of our in-flight games which we've sourced from highly respected publishers such as Atari, Interplay, Team17 and Anuman," said Max Lingua, CEO of GUE Tech.
Family, friends and collea- gues were at St Martin's Church, Exning, to hear her ex-boss Chris Wall's eulogy to "the happy-go-lucky youngster who was in love with life".