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Friday, December 5, 2003  


A New Power Rises.
12:30 AM EST | Brad Custer


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Rocco Bowling and Freeverse Software teamed up to bring you Solace, a board game of ancient warfare for the Macintosh. The game takes place in a period of uncertainty for the World of Solace. The Jintar Alliance, a group of three nation-states, are preparing to face off against the aggressive Red Mountain Onslaught, led a pair of greedy, bloodthirsty countries bent on conquest. This turn-based game of conquest for one to six players is reminiscent of a different era in gaming, when the best strategy games weren't on computers. Now the magic of 3d rendering and automation have brought this classic style game of conquest to Macintosh computers. If you liked Axis & Allies, you'll spend hours playing Solace!

Does it get any better than world domination? ;)

First, I hope everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving. I had an enjoyable holiday weekend myself, but I digress. Solace from Rocco Bowling and Freeverse Software is a request that's been in my box for quite some time. By now you know my complusive nature to honor each email I receive. In this week's wallpaper I wanted to focus on the the world and key players in the game. So, with the help of Rocco Bowling and Freeverse Software, I was able to create this desktop. I simply entitled this feature, "Strategy", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)

Everyone be sure to keep those requests coming in.

Until then...

IMG Review: Solace
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