The classic computer space-trading game Elite has celebrated its 25th anniversary.
Elite was released on 20 September 1984 for the BBC Microcomputer and was one of the first games to use 3D graphics.
Many developers regard the title as the forerunner of many modern games and have described it as a "milestone".
David Braben, who co-developed Elite, confirmed that his company, Frontier Developments, were working on a sequel to the game.
"We'd be mad not to go back to the world of Elite and I'm very excited about it," he told BBC News.
However, he would not be drawn on a possible release date saying it would happen "when its ready".
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I loved this game, used to play it for hours on my C64.