The Golden Age of Spanish software would not have been the same without the presence of Dinamic Multimedia, a company that was everything in its time. Those interested in this crucial era of the Spanish industry have the possibility to immerse themselves in the history of this company, as the publisher Game Press has announced The History of Dinamic, a new work written by Jesús Martínez del Vas.
The author, also known as MVP, has spent ten years of his life gathering information and interviewing many of the protagonists. He has captured it in a volume of 336 full color pages: the first part focuses on the history of the company, its birth, its rise and its death; the second is the main one and includes extensive articles dedicated to 61 video games published under the Dinamic label.
The Dinamic Story comes with four prologues, written by the three brothers and Luis Rodríguez Soler, one of the first members of the company. It will go on sale on December 9, but it can already be reserved on the publisher’s official website. As a booking incentive, you can get two bookmarks, three GP Cards (reversible cards) with illustrations by the author himself, and a Christmas poster that Alfonso Azpiri drew in 1987.
There is also a limited edition
The Special Edition, of limited edition and on sale exclusively on the web, comes in a collector’s box, a music cassette by José A. Martín Tello, a musician with titles such as Risky Woods or Rescate Atlántida, a pennant with the Dinamic logo and a series of reproductions of internal documents and illustrations of the company.
The company founded by the Ruiz brothers was the creator of games such as Fernando Martín Basket Master, Gane Over, Abu Simbel Profanation or Army Moves. In those years, Nacho, Víctor, and Pablo Ruiz started a home video game sales business by mail order. They made the cassette tapes and made the covers. Three years later they had a turnover of 140 million pesetas per year and were awarded the prize for Best Young Company in 1987.
Source | Game Press (press release)