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Inside Mac Games Reviews Cold War
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review of RuneSoft's Cold War, a stealth espionage action game for the Mac. Here's a clip from the review:

Cold War takes place, you guessed it, during the late stages of the Cold War. In the game, you are Matthew Carter (who might look more than a little like one Gordon Freeman), a regular MacGuyver who has decided that freelance photography is his calling and has spent many years traveling the world, getting the hard shots. Matthew’s latest assignment is the one that gets him into trouble, though. He’s lured to the USSR by a shifty KGB agent, then framed for an assassination attempt. The game picks up as Matthew attempts to escape and unravel the truth along the way.
To check out the full review, follow the link below.

Inside Mac Games Review: Cold War
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