KISS Trivia Challenge

GT Interactive
Press Release - May 1999



Everything you wanted to know about KISS in an interactive trivia game for the PC


E3, Los Angeles, May 13-15, 1999 – A journey into the past, present and future of one of the greatest rock n’roll bands of all time is compiled in GT Interactive Software’s (Nasdaq: GTIS) KISS trivia game for the PC from WizardWorks. The title features challenging trivia questions about the band with music and video clips, and also includes full-length videos and voice over narration made exclusively for the game by band members Peter Criss, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley.

"KISS is one of the greatest rock n’ roll bands of all time and they have a huge worldwide following of dedicated fans who want to learn everything possible about the band," said Paul Rinde, senior vice president of Product Acquisition and Development for WizardWorks. "Our upcoming KISS title will give those fans the information they’ve been looking for with more than 8,000 trivia questions that will challenge even the most seasoned KISS follower."

Developed by WayForward Technologies and Running Dog Software, WizardWorks’ KISS title will be available this fall at retail outlets nationwide for a suggested retail price of $19.99 as well as through secure online transactions at

Headquartered in New York, with 1997 calendar year revenues of $531 million, GT Interactive Software Corp. (Nasdaq: GTIS) is a leading global interactive entertainment software company that develops, markets and distributes consumer software.

The company has seven internal development studios: Humongous Entertainment, Cavedog Entertainment, SingleTrac, Oddworld Inhabitants, Bootprint Entertainment, Legend Entertainment and Reflections. The company also has five software labels: GT Interactive, WizardWorks, CompuWorks, MacSoft ( and Slash. GT Interactive’s e-commerce system provides secure online transactions through each of the studios’ Web sites and GT Interactive also owns the subsidiary OneZero Media that operates a specialized entertainment portal,, which acts as the Entertainment Zone on AltaVista; and produces the nationally syndicated television program, "Wild Wild Web." GT Interactive can be found on the Internet at For more E3 information on WizardWorks and GT Interactive titles, go to

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