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Wednesday, September 8, 2004


New Targetware Flight Sim Beta Released
7:58 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story

Targetware has released a new beta of their flight simulator engine, bringing the game up to version 0.63 and fixing a number of issues. In addition, this cross-platform title for games like Target Korea now supports more custom in-game views and better handles various joysticks.

Here's a full list of what has changed in the latest update:

Added additional custom views.
Fixed a bug that could cause mod downloads to hang.
Fixed a bug with changing the observed unit.
Preferences files now load properly on a dedicated server.
The 'A' key on the mac no longer activates all unmapped functions.
Improved cloud generation algorithm speed.
Default joystick mappings now record the joystick name.
Added a workaround for CH joystick name reporting error.
Animations on optional parts now work properly.
Fixed a bug that could cause the UI focus to freeze.
Fixed a crash with very long debug text output.
Fixed a bug that caused scoring not to work properly.
Fixed a bug that could leave you unable to start flight.
Reversed axes now show properly when tuning an axis.
Fixed a bug that prevented kicking.
Fixed a bug in kill reporting.
Brand-new users will need to create an account and download the new 0.63 installer for OS X before downloading one of the mods like Target Korea, while those already running v0.62 should update via the in-game menu.

Targetware Beta 0.63 Released!
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No One Lives Forever Mac Mod Handler Released
11:03 AM | Conrad Quilty-Harper | Comment on this story

Hysteria has released a new freeware tool that enables No One Lives Forever players to install and uninstall mods without having to use a command line. Previously Mac users would have had to type unintuitive commands into the NOLF command line to enable mods, but now a much easier solution is available.

Here's a more technical description:

A .REZ unloader/loader for the Macintosh version of No One Lives Forever. Created because the Mac version doesn't have a gui .REZ handler like the Windows version. Rather you are forced to use a command-line, well, until now that is.
Get the small 800k download now over at Macgamefiles.com.

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IMG Store Sale: NWN Expansion Bundle, X-Plane, & More
10:09 AM | Tuncer Deniz

The IMG Store is having a special sale on select Macintosh games. They are as follows:

• Activision Anthology: Remix Edition - $14.95 (was $19.95)
• NWN Expansion Packs Bundle - $54.90 (regularly $29.95 each)
• Space Colony - $24.95 (was $29.95)
• X-Plane - $29.95 (was $39.95)
• Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal - $24.95 - (was $29.95)
• Age of Mythology - $43.95 (was 48.95)

Sale prices are in effect until Wedesday, September 7th at midnight Pacific. Be sure to place your order today.

IMG Store: Activsion Anthology
IMG Store: Neverwinter Nights Expansion Packs Bundle
IMG Store: Space Colony
IMG Store: X-Plane
IMG Store: Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal
IMG Store: Age of Mythology



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NoLimits Pack Extractor Released
9:02 AM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

Phil Hilton has released NoLimits Pack Extractor, a utility for No Limits Roller Coaster that allows Mac users to extract track files and extra media objects in "SFX Track Packs", which are self-extracting track packs in Windows executable format.

INo Limits Roller Coaster is a roller coaster simulation game that lets you experience authentic roller coaster thrills. Focusing on realism and speed, NoLimits lets you ride real existing coasters, or build a roller coaster to your own specifications - with 13 different track styles, including inverted, hyper-coasters and wooden coasters.

To check out the utility, head over to Phil Hilton's web site.

NoLimits Roller Coaster
No Limits Pack Extractor



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Jedi Academy SDK Updated
8:50 AM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

Aspyr programmer Brad Oliver has released another update to the unofficial Star Wars: Jedi Academy SDK which allows players to create custom multiplayer content for popular Star Wars shooter.

Here's what Oliver had to say about the latest update:

It seems my fix for the JKJA SDK before was no good. That'll teach me not to test these things before uploading them. Anyway, I've fixed the SDK and it's available at the same link as before.

The reason I can say that it definitely works now is because I've just built the "Open Jedi Project" mod with it and tested that it works. :-) I've got a new system in place for loading Mac .bundle DLLs created with this SDK that'll require a new version of the MP app, but it'll make using MODs on the Mac with Jedi Academy a lot smoother than it is now. Within the next week or so, I'll try to finalize a comprehensive Jedi Academy patch that includes that and a few other fixes. I'm in contact with the OJP guys about rolling in the necessary Mac changes to their archive (they're all minor) for future builds as well.

To download the latest SDK, head over to Brad Oliver's blog web site.

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Phelios Releases Bounce Around
8:11 AM | Johan Hans้n | Comment on this story

Shareware game developer Phelios has released a new game called Bounce Around. The game is a collection of 160 different puzzle levels to challenge both your thinking capabilities and spare time with. As Yello Tennisball you're sent on a quest to reclaim your kidnapped family.

From the official website:

Go inside each door, use your creative thinking to solve all puzzles and break through the necessary tiles to explore different rooms to look for your family! Earn magic stars to pass through the star passages and more...
To find out more about Bounce Around, head over to the official website.

Bounce Around
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WebWizard 'Magic' Client Updated
7:58 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story

TwinFeats Software has updated their OS X Java-based client for Magic: the Gathering, called WebWizard. The new update fixes display issues as well as cleans up some code in the program. Here's more from their site:

  • Fixed intermittent Game Chat window drawing issues
  • Removed a lot of old debug code
  • Added Untap All to game table popup
  • Added Apprentice style .dec file import to deck builder
To download WebWizard, head over to Macgamefiles now.

Download WebWizard 0.994
WebWizard


Mac Games News for Tuesday, September 7, 2004

IMG Previews World of Warcraft10:26 AM
Aspyr Announces Rainbow Six 3: Athena Sword9:59 AM
Knights of the Old Republic Trailer Posted8:02 AM
New Media for Pow Pow's Great Adventure8:02 AM
 
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