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Civ III: Complete Requirements Posted
8:10 AM | Andy Largent | 18 comments

The final system requirements have been posted by Aspyr Media for Civilization III: Complete, the re-release of the third Civ installment which includes two expansion packs. Civilization III: Complete also brings Mac-to-Mac online multiplayer to the game for the first time.

The first Play the World expansion brings eight new civilizations with new leaders to the game, along with an improved user interface. The Conquests add-on brings more fun across the board with yet more civilizations, more units, new resources and much more.

The final requirements for the game are:

Operating System: Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
CPU Processor: PowerPC G4/G5
CPU Speed: 500 MHz or faster
Memory: 256 MB or higher
Hard Drive: 2 GB free disk space
Video: Display supporting 1024x768 resolution required
Multiplayer: LAN or Internet Connection required for some multiplayer modes.
Broadband Internet connection is recommended for 5 or more players.
Multiplayer is Mac to Mac only via GameRanger.
Disc Drive: DVD drive required to install and play
For more information, be sure to check out the Civilization III: Complete website, and watch for more info from IMG as the game nears release next month.

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IMG Posts Myst V Review and Video Review
11:42 AM | Tuncer Deniz | 5 comments

One of the most enduring gaming franchises is finally coming to an end with Myst V: End of Ages. IMG's Bryan Clodfelter provides us with a through review of the Macintosh version of the game. In addition, be sure to check out our exclusive Myst V: End of Ages video review, at the end of page 1 of the review.

IMG Review: Myst V: End of Ages
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Macgamestore: RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 In Stock
10:38 AM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

Macgamestore.com today began shipping RollerCoaster Tycoon 3, the highly-anticipated rollercoaster simulation from Aspyr Media. It is available for $49.95.

For the first time on Mac: build, operate and "attend" the amusement park of your dreams in RollerCoaster Tycoon 3, where you can actually ride the rides!

• Ride the Rides with the Coaster Cam™
• Design amazing coasters, place down rides to create the park of your dreams with an easy-to-use new interface
• Light up the night with the stunning park lighting system
• View your park from any angle with complete camera control
• See breathtaking park vistas including realistic sunsets, moonlight and more....

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Fairies Reviewed
8:10 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Yesterday Macworld's Game Room posted a review of Funpause's colorful puzzle game Fairies. The game follows the familiar color matching theme of other titles while adding a few new twists for variety. Fairies' enjoyable gameplay resulted in 4 out of 5 mice from Macworld.

All of this action is fairly typical of this type of puzzle game. What makes Fairies special, however, is its Playback mode. Playback is a memory game. You listen and watch as differently colored groups of fairies sound off musical notes. Then you have to play them back in sequence. Levels get progressively more difficult. It’s similar the old electronic game Simon—and it’s a lot of fun.
To read the full review check out the Macworld site at the link below.

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Civilization IV Audio Interview
8:10 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Apolyton recently released the second part of a three part audio interview with Civlization IV lead designer Soren Johnson. Firaxis Games' Civ IV is the latest in the acclaimed turn based strategy series from legendary designer Sid Meier. The interview covers topics such as "religion removal, lethal bombard, forest planting and the nature of the Manhattan Project Wonder of the World."

The 35 minute interview is in MP3 format and available for download at the Apolyton site, as is the 26 minute first part of the interview. The third and final segment will be released on November 28.

Apolyton: Civ IV Interview Part 1
Apolyton: Civ IV Interview Part 2
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More Realm Transfers For World Of Warcraft
8:10 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

In the continuing effort to balance realm populations and alleviate long queue times Blizzard today announced more realm to realm transfers for the popular MMORPG World of Warcraft. The transfers will start today at 3 AM PST and continue until 3 PM on November 28.

Here are the realms eligible for transfer:

Archimonde > Dethecus
Arthas > Gorgonnash
Bleeding Hollow > Dunemaul
For more information about all things World of Warcraft check out the following links.

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Mac Games News for Tuesday, November 22, 2005

IMG Reviews Lux12:12 PM
Aspyr Newsletter: Stubbs, RCT3 Ready, More Soon8:11 AM
Final System Reqs for The Sims 2 University8:11 AM
HaloUT CXP Mod Completed8:11 AM
Jack Thompson Law License Revoked8:11 AM
New Rise of Legends Screenshot8:11 AM
Rise of Legends Developer Interview8:11 AM
Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 Trailer for iPod8:11 AM
Stubbs the Zombie Ships for Mac OS X8:11 AM
The Incredibles: Rise Of The Underminer Reviewed8:11 AM
 
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