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Friday, August 18, 2006
 

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Titled "British Empire," this week's desktop celebrates MacSoft's upcoming title: Age of Empires III, which will be the dawn of a new age for Macintosh users as we experience the ‘Age of Discovery’ in a new generation of the greatest real-time strategy games ever created.

Here's a clip from Brad Custer on his latest:

This week we're going to conquer the world with Age of Empires III from MacSoft. Since our first look there's been a lot of interest in this game and having a desktop related to it. I was able to make this week's feature with the help of Ensemble Studios.
As always, those interested in downloading his creations can find them at Custer's Desktops. Don't forget to check out IMG's recent first look of Age of Empires III as well for more information on this title.

Custers Desktops: British Empire
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