New Generation Software
New Generation Software was a German game development studio founded by Carsten Wieland and Carsten Korte, two developers who previously worked at Starbyte. The company developed a number of DOS/Windows titles between 1995 and 1999, including Chewy: Esc from F5 (1995), Clif Danger (1996), Chartbuster (1998) and Dark Secrets of Africa (1999). It also published a number of Amiga titles in Germany, including the two Trapped games.
In 1998 the team tried its hand at erotic games and created two titles under the team name Interactive Strip, and after those, all activities were turned towards the development and publishing of erotic software under the new name Redfire Software.