The company's former managing director told Digital Spy that he would like to see the firm's entire back catalogue released for iOS and Android devices and is in negotiations to do so.
"I'd like to see all of them back out there. There are discussions going on, but nothing I can talk about just yet," he said. "Obviously we've had Zed already and there are plans for the others, but it's a crowded market and I don't want to put everything out at once."
Montgomery also discussed the rapid growth of the mobile market, claiming that it will not attract a "hardcore" following until improved connectivity with television hardware is introduced.
He added: "The mobile market seems to have overtaken everything at the moment. I'm not saying it's the bees' knees or the be-all and end-all because I don't think it is. There's a huge difference between console and mobile, and the main difference is who's buying these games. It's a totally different audience.
"Until you can properly connect a phone to a television and use the phone as a controller, the hardcore gamers are going to be on the consoles and PC."
The Bitmap Brothers released some of the most popular games of the late1980s and early 1990s, including Xenon, The Chaos Engine, Magic Pockets and Gods.
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