Supernova Galactic Wars 1.1.3 Released
6:18 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Winter Wolves recently released an updated version of Supernova: Galactic Wars, their space based strategy game for both PPC and Intel-based Macs. Version 1.1.3 features several bug fixes as well as the introduction of a new Survival Battle mode which requires players to survive as long as possible against an unlimited horde of enemies.
Choose your side: the evil Red Legion with her charismatic leader Tanja or the mystic Blue Army and his Great Council? Every side has 10 unique ships, for a total of 20 ships available for you to control. Each ship has up to 3 different types of fire for a total of 26 different weapons! To learn more about the game and download the demo check out the links below.
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Featuring Story Mode, Quickbattle and Survival Mode (registered users only). In Story Mode you'll lead your faction to the conquest of the galaxy, destroying the opposition. In Quickbattle you'll be able to setup a custom match choosing from 5 different maps (each one with different playing strategy) and build your own fleet ship to ship. In Survival Mode you'll have to take control of the faction Mothership and survive as long as possible vs unlimited enemies.
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IMG Podcast Episode 24 Released
2:53 PM | Blake Buck | 4 comments
Today IMG released the twenty-fourth edition of the Inside Mac Games Podcast, the official podcast of Mac gaming. Each week we'll be covering all the news in Mac gaming in one tight package. It's a little lonely on this week's podcast, featuring only Blake Buck, a writer for IMG and William Miller, an artist for Freeverse Software.
On the show this week's show:
It's rather lonely this week on the IMG Podcast, with only Blake Buck and William Miller. We lay down this week's mac gaming news, talk about the new MacBooks, the IMG Podcast Game, and how to maximize your chili dogs.To download visit the IMG Podcast Homepage for instructions and shownotes by clicking the link below.
Episode 24 Homepage
- Freeverse Announces Totemball for Xbox Live
- Aspyr Posts May Newsletter
- New WoW Crusade Race
- Macgamestore: Pre-Order X-Plane 8 Deluxe (7 DVDs)
- GameLauncher 1.2 Released
- Army Explains Dropping America's Army Mac Client
- Apple Announces 13-inch MacBook
- New Manhattan Apple Store
- Tuncer's Blog: The Bungie Years - Part 1
- Listener Emails
- Stump Buck
Deliver2Mac Adds New Titles
12:57 PM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story
Deliver2mac.com has added new titles to their mix including a few games as well as their first Mac OS X application from Marina Software. They are as follows:
For more on these titles, head over to Deliver2Mac.com.
BF1942 Forgotten Hope Maps for Mac
9:56 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story
Macologist has recently made available a new set of fan maps for Battlefield 1942. Titled the Forgotten Hope Fan MapPack #6, the folks at Macologist have included a Mac-based installer for ease of installation.
The new map pack includes a number of locales and adds some new features as well, including a few new grenades like the Nebelhandgranate 39 and M18. Some of the new maps included are: Spurning Fate - 1945, Stashuv Area The Attack on Carentan - 1944, Todtenbruch - 1944, Tulagi Island.
Forgotten Hope is a B1942 mod intended to up the realism factor of the WWII shooter, and adds new classes, weapons, and maps to the formula. Download links to the map pack, as well as info on setting up mods for the Mac, can be found at Macologist.
Macologist - Forgotten Hope Fan Map Pack 6
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Enable Right-clicking on MacBooks
6:18 AM | Anthony Wang | 5 comments
A resourceful Mac user has found a way to enable right clicking on the new Intel Macbooks, without having to download any utility or buy a two-button mouse. In order to right click, simply press two fingers on the trackpad and the context menu will appear.
Please click on the link below to learn more information.
Enable Right-clicking on Macbooks
Blizzard Forum Posts on WoW
6:18 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Blizzard Entertainment recently released another of their weekly forum topic roundups for World of Warcraft. This time the collected topics include information about the changes in the upcoming 1.11 patch, such as discussion of the modified Mage and Shaman talent trees.
To check out the topics head over to the WoW forums at the link below.
WoW: Forum Posts
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