Today, Left Behind Games announced the results for the fiscal quarter ending December 31, 2006. The company recorded its first gross revenue of $2.2 million (estimated $1 million net revenue) from the game Left Behind: Eternal Forces. However, the company also posted a loss of $4.1 million, more than $3 million greater than the lost posted same time last year. The controversy in Left Behind: Eternal Forces' content may have hampered sales.
I know Troy Lyndon from his days running Park Place Productions. PPP became famous for making the early John Madden games on the Genesis. If I recall, they made a Magic Johnson basketball game for us at Virgin. I don't think Left Behind Games has a chance in H-E-double toothpicks, so to speak, but it will be fun to watch and see if Troy and team pull things out of the fire, so to speak.