If you grew up with a Commodore 64 or ZX Spectrum then you will have almost certainly played a game published by Hewson. Despite being one the smaller software companies they managed a string of hits including Exolon, Cybernoid, Zynaps, Uridium, and Stormlord.
Hewson shut down in 1991 but in 2013 Hewson Consultants Ltd was re-formed to launch book written by founder, Andrew Hewson, about his experiences in the industry. It has now been revealed the company has won a grant to prototype a new game.
ANNOUNCEMENT: WE ARE GOING TO PRODUCE GAME AGAIN! https://t.co/zOLFnX1fTX
— Hewson Founder (@HewsonJoystick) February 1, 2016
What the game(s) will be is anyone guess, but they do have back catalogue of gold titles to plunder including the controversial 16-bit version of Deliverance: Stormlord II which included saucy naked fairies and actual boobs!