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Friday, September 29, 2006  

The New World of Strategy.
8:30 AM EST | Brad Custer

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Age of Empires III from MacSoft picks up where the previous game left off, as players become one of eight European powers exploring, colonizing, and conquering the New World. Featuring amazing 3D graphics and an innovative Home City feature that lets players "level-up" their evolving home city to strengthen their economy, technology, and military, Age of Empires III for Macintosh sets many new standards for real-time strategy games.

Players command rifled infantry as they scatter soldiers and blast buildings with cannon fire. They direct cavalry through the plains, and navigate naval fleets to hold strategic waterways. They explore uncharted territories, grow a booming economy, and form strategic alliances with Native Americans as they stake their claim in the New World.

Conquer the world! ;)

I had an unique experience this weekend when visiting my local Apple store - a fan of our site recognized me while I was shopping. After a nice conversation he really expressed an interest in this title and how he'd love to see another desktop from it. So, this week we're going to return to Age of Empires III from MacSoft. I was able to make this feature with the help of Ensemble Studios. I simply entitled this selection, "Front Line", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)

On a personal note, with my 2 weeks absence from updates I also have a huge backlog of email so everyone please bare with me while I continue to play catch up.

Everyone be sure to keep those requests coming in.

Until then...

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