Richard M. Holmes
Started off in the computer industry as a retailer in Switzerland. In 1993, moved to England to set up the publishing house Black Legend.
As producer of Tactical Manager and producer/designer of Football Glory, was responsible for two Number One Gallup Chart successes in 1994. Was further involved in the successful release of numerous products in the UK and German marketplaces.
Further worked as Development Director at UK publisher, Kompart, and kept relations with numerous development teams and publishers, including BlueByte, Magnetic Fields, NEO and Software 2000. In 1996 took up the position of European Product Manager at Domark/Eidos Interactive.
Since then, involved in numerous successful development team setups and financing jobs, including MoonKnight (England), Auric Vision (Russia), Carts Entertainment (Finland), Virtual X-citement (Germany) and Talking Birds (England).