Matrix Games Invades Origins 2007!

Staten Island, NY, July 3rd, 2007– Matrix Games ( is thrilled to announce that they once again will be packing up their gear and redeploying at Origins Games Convention 2007 ( in Columbus, Ohio. Starting July 3rd through July 10th, Matrix Staff and a whole boatload of developers will set up shop at booth #1101 on the Origins floor to demo the newest games of the Matrix line up and maybe even a few unannounced titles too.

If you’re lucky enough to snag a ticket to this great event, be sure to check us out! Matrix Games will also be hosting a sizeable list of developers that will be available to chat about their new projects or to demo their latest game and give some great insight to their games that you can’t get anywhere else. Matrix fans will get a chance to meet and chat with developers like Sean Wallace (CSO Simtek), Tim Coakley (Double Shot Design), Gil Renberg (Western Civilization), and Robert Crandall (Simulations Canada) just to name a few. Many more will be there as well!

On the Matrix Games side of things, we’ll be flying out plenty of our staff: Marc Schwanebeck, David Heath, Sean Drummy, Daniel Heath, Erik Rutins, Greg Wilcox, and a bunch more.

Get more information on any Matrix Games title from and be sure to stop by and say hi if you’re in Columbus, Ohio July 5th– 9th.


Matrix Games produces, markets and publishes historical wargames as well as other computer gaming products. Since 2000, Matrix Games has published over three dozen titles and several award-winning games, including War in the Pacific, Highway to the Reich, Gary Grigsby's World At War, Flashpoint Germany, Battles In Normandy, Starshatter and Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar. Matrix Games is based in Staten Island, New York. For more information, visit the Matrix Games website at


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