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Galaktus PR celebrates nine years in business and international communication deal with Z-Software
Z-Software, re-known multi-platform development studio and the mind behind the smash hit series „Autobahn Police Simulator” is ready to take the next step and expand internationally with support of Galaktus PR agency.
International Relations
With over ten years of experience Z-Software is a clear home-grown German success story, yet there are always new borders to cross. Teaming up with Galaktus PR is only the first step to take: The new footing in international realms will allow the minds behind smash hits like the “Autobahn Police Simulator”-series to scout internationally for new talents and business opportunities. Simultaneously it will also grant access to more media coverage i.e. interviews and insights.
Z-Software will take the cake
Michal Filipek, Alexander Landa and Sarah Schindler will spearhead the global communication; the same people responsible for marketing amazing brands like People Can Fly (Outsiders), Creepy Jar (Green Hell) and Xtrfy. The team behind those projects is especially qualified to undertake international PR as they’ve worked with many various companies in their career, providing clients with the product marketing and employer branding support on a global scale, including revitalizing the People Can Fly brand.
Celebration time
"With over 10 years of experience and passion in developing fun videogames for audiences across all major platforms we're delighted to team up with the excellent Galaktus team and excited to reach bigger audience for our company including our brands like Autobahn Police and Dustwind all over the world", says Andreas Heldt, CEO of Z-Software. "We are looking forward for our next releases coming this year and what the future will bring for both our companies.”
“We’re extremely proud to be supporting indie game developers, helping small and mid-companies to grow big and force through the the struggles awaiting them in ever-changing landscape of gaming industry,“ adds Mateusz Szukajt, CEO of Galaktus PR. „That’s also why we believe our cooperation with Z-Software will be a long-term and fruitful one since the studio has a story of its own to share. We personally feel very close to that, as both companies share similar journeys throughout the years. We will do our utmost best to help any development studio grow and fulfill their dreams of delivering the best and most beautiful games to gamers worldwide.”
To celebrate both, the cooperation between Z-Software and Galaktus PR, as well as the 9th anniversary of Galaktus PR, the team decided to share the joy with indie studios: With a first-come-first-served principle nine indie studios which contact Galaktus PR via email ( will receive a free month of professional PR assistance with the same service as any of our clients – with no charge nor future retainer required.
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About Z-Software:
Z-Software GmbH is a passionate and long-standing multi-platform and multi-genre video game development studio based in Dortmund, Germany. No matter if you are looking for the simple joy of flying in Pilot Sports, challenging post-apocalyptical Real Time Strategy in Dustwind or high-speed adventures in Autobahn Police: Z-Software has the right game for your taste.
About Galaktus PR:
Galaktus PR is one of the largest Polish communication agencies, bringing together specialists from Poland, Russia and Germany, which allows it to professionally implement projects of international scale. The agency has its branches in Poland, Germany and Russia specializes in PR and marketing services for clients in the hi-tech and hardware industries as well as producers, publishers and distributors of video games – from indie to the AAA segment or widely understood esport. Many years of experience in organizing events, communication campaigns and comprehensive brand service on diverse European markets allows the agency to effectively promote, advertise and realistically increase sales of its partners' products. More information under:


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