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Monday, February 19, 2007


Waterstorm Submarine Combat Game Announced
8:21 AM | Cord Kruse | 8 comments

Austrian developer Rarebyte has announced work on Waterstorm, a 2D multiplayer submarine combat game scheduled for release on Mac, Windows, and Linux. The action shooter invites gamers to participate in subaqueous battles featuring amazing underwater scenarios, intuitive controls, and high-tech weapons.

Players from all over the world can join different game modes such as Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and the newly introduced Drone Match. Gamers choose from a variety of mini-submarines, use their tactical as well as team skills and compete for the top ranks in a sophisticated ranking system. Additionally, the game has built-in support for clans by providing clan statistics, organizational tools and even more.
No specific release date for the game is yet available but the developers will soon offer an open public beta. Those interested in participating can sign up for information on the Waterstorm website.

To learn more follow the links below.

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Travelogue 360 Paris Released
10:40 AM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

Macgamestore.com today announced the release of Big Fish Games' Travelogue 360 Paris on its web site.

Among its renowned landmarks and hidden gems waiting to be discovered, Paris holds something new for each of its visitors. Scour some of the worldís most famous locations for souvenirs as you prepare to be interviewed for an upcoming article in Travelogue 360 magazine. Locate items hidden in 3-Dimensional views of the Eiffel Tower, down the Champs Elysees, under the Arc d'Triomphe, and others of Paris' most beloved landmarks. Find your own Paris in this incredible voyage.

Features:
• 2 eye catching locales
• Explorer and Tourist modes
• Thousands of souvenirs to find
• Learn Fun Facts along the way
• Mini-games galore

Travelogue 360 Paris is available at Macgamestore.com for $19.95 as a digital download. A free Universal Binary demo of the game is available on the web page.

Macgamestore: Travelogue 360 Paris



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The Sims Life Stories Mac Announced
10:33 AM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

Aspyr Media today officially announced the Mac version of The Sims Life Stories. The Sims Life Stories, licensed by Electronic Arts and under development by Aspyr Studios, is expected to hit stores for Mac in March 2007.

The Sims Life Stories introduces an all-new Story Mode with two stories that
follow the lives of Riley Harlow and Vincent Moore, two very different
characters who have reached similar crossroads in their love lives. A comic
romantic plot centered around engaging characters guides players through
twelve chapters of this one-of-a-kind entertainment experience. Players can
take their Sims through unique and entertaining storylines filled with
romance, intrigue and dramatic twists. Will female lead character Riley
ditch beau number one to marry and have kids with beau number two? Will
successful entrepreneur Vince ever find love, or the culprit who's been
foiling his heart-earned efforts to find it? Players can discover these
answers and more, or enjoy classic open-ended Sims gameplay.
For more on The Sims Life Stories, follow the link below.

Aspyr Media
The Sims Life Stories
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Burning Crusade Q&A
8:21 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

WarCry has posted a new interview with Blizzard's Tom Chilton about the recently released expansion for World of Warcraft, The Burning Crusade. The interview examines the changes made to the game and offers a few hints at future additions to the popular online world.

WarCry: Can we expect to see a "heroic" type Zul'Gurub, Onyxia, Molten Core, Anh'Qiraj, Blackwing Lair, and Naxxramas, or is it likely that players aren't going to have any need for those dungeons?

Tom Chilton: We don't have any plans to add a heroic mode to these dungeons at this time. On the other hand, the players who feel they may have missed out on the opportunity to experience many of these encounters may find these dungeons much more accessible to them now. In fact, we're already seeing that many players are taking the newfound power they've obtained through new items, talents, and abilities as they've leveled past 60 to Azeroth to explore the dungeons there, sometimes for the first time.

WarCry: The Caverns of Time add a huge opportunity to experience more and more of what has happened in Warcraft history. Is it possible that we'll see more Caverns of Time instances besides what is being released at launch?

Tom Chilton: The Caverns of Time opens up a lot of new opportunities for us to create content that gives players a chance to go into Warcraft history and experience it firsthand. It's a great way for us to bring the lore of Warcraft to life in a whole new way. It's very possible that we will add more to the Caverns of Time at some point in the future to expand upon the many experiences that players can have in them.
Click on the link below to read the entire interview.

WarCry: Burning Crusade Interview
Blizzard Entertainment
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade
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Blades Of Avernum Goes Universal
8:21 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Spiderweb Software has released version 1.2 of the company's RPG system, Blades of Avernum. This latest update is a Universal Binary offering native support for Intel based Macs.

From Spiderweb's site:

Blades of Avernum is a fantasy role-playing system for the Macintosh and Windows. Blades of Avernum comes with several large, exciting adventures.

And, when you have won these adventures, the promise of more free fun on the net means that your journey need never end. Anyone can use Blades of Avernum's editor to make fascinating adventures with cunning characters. Deal with monsters that work together and send out patrols to hunt you. Fight deadly bosses that summon aid, flee when they're outmatched, and surprise you with all sorts of nasty tricks.
Follow the link below to download the latest version and learn more about the game.

Spiderweb Software
Blades of Avernum


Mac Games News for Friday, February 16, 2007

Luxor 2 Mac Now Available2:29 PM
Inside Mac Games Reviews Kult: Heretic Kingdoms2:11 PM
Apple Posts Newest Hot Deals2:08 PM
Jeff Vogel: RPG Hater?2:05 PM
Custer Freezes Over10:56 AM
EA Mobile Interview, The Sims On iPod?10:56 AM
The State of Apple and Gaming10:56 AM
Wideload's Alex Seropian Interviewed10:56 AM
 
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