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New Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria Publisher Provides Additional Support

Oakland, CA. – February 26, 2015 – Muteki, an indie developer of 16-bit era homage games, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Choice Provisions to bring their landmark series Dragon Fantasy to a wider audience.  Choice Provisions will be providing publishing support to Muteki’s series of Dragon Fantasy titles, beginning with Dragon Fantasy Book I & II starting later this year.  Fans can read more about what that means, including what new platforms Book I has been announced for, on the Muteki blog at

“We’re very pleased to be partnering with Choice Provisions, who will be handling Dragon Fantasy publishing duties moving forward,” said Anna Marie Privitere, Social Media Maven at Muteki.  “This means Muteki team members, including those at Choice Provisions, can focus their full energy on development and improvements.”

Originally launched in 2011, Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria (otherwise known as Dragon Fantasy Book I) received an upgrade in 2013 on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita that included a new 16-bit mode, re-mastered music & interface, and a reworked second chapter including a Tower of Trials.  Both Book I & II (now both known as Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria) are also being ported to the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U with numerous changes and improvements, with additional platform releases including mobile and Steam (PC/Mac/Linux).

“Choice Provisions makes a perfect publishing partner and we’re excited for Muteki to be their first partner.” said Adam Rippon, Master Videogamesman at Choice Provisions. “We’re excited for Ogden, Anders, Ramona and Mr & Mrs Rock to arrive in places you never expected them to be!”

Choice Publishing, a new branch of Choice Provisions, was founded with the intent of helping developers bring their games to as wide an audience as possible. Being developers themselves, and having kept a keen eye on the many trends and changes of the game industry since 2007, they are uniquely positioned to offer developers both expertise and assistance in having a successful game launch.

Their services include testing, marketing, distribution, and everything in between. Different developers have different needs, and they aim to work one-on-one with developers to determine how best to assist them.

About Muteki
Muteki is a small indie developer located in California. Founded in 2006, Muteki has focused on bringing back the spirit of the games loved in the past, while keeping an eye on the future. Past published titles include The Battle of Pirate Bay, Super Jetpack Dragon IV, and Dragon Fantasy: Book I & II, there’s a little something for everyone to love from Muteki.

About Choice Provisions
Co-founded by industry lifers Mike Roush and Alex Neuse in 2008 with the famous last words of “Running a video game studio can’t be THAT hard…”  Tearing off corporate shackles in favor of the self-flagellation of indie development, nobody thought this would actually work, right?  Several years later, and with more than 10 releases as a company, Choice Provisions continues to uphold its belief that great people accomplish great things together, and with a team unparalleled in talent, passion, and character, Alex and Mike look forward to making at least one more amazing game before they die in a horrible freak accident.

About Tom Tolios

Really smart, talks too much, loves the video games and the Star Wars and the Game of Thrones, likes the manga and some anime and knows that Kentaro Miura's Berserk is the greatest thing ever made.