Ambrosia Announces Aquaria For OS X
12:53 PM | Cord Kruse | 8 comments
Ambrosia Software. announced today an exclusive agreement with Bit Blot to release a version of Aquaria for Mac OS X. Winner of the 2007 Independent Games Festival's Seumas McNally Grand Prize, Aquaria is a side-scrolling underwater action adventure game that uses an innovative and intuitive mouse control system.
Utilizing this control system, Naija, the main character, can deftly swim through and explore a massive, hand-crafted fantasy world that is teeming with undersea life. Along the way, players will encounter literally hundreds of different types of plants and animals and explore many in-game miles of hidden caves, lost ruins, and unexpected places.
"We're extremely excited to be bringing Aquaria to the Mac, and there's no one we'd rather work with than Ambrosia to make it happen," said Derek Yu, Chief Artistic Officer of Bit Blot. "It's a perfect fit!"Aquaria for Mac OS X will be a Universal Binary, compatible with
"This continues our long history of bringing unique and original titles to the Mac," said Andrew Welch, Ambrosia Software's el Presidente. "We're thrilled to be partnering with Bit Blot to bring Aquaria to Mac OS X."
PowerPC and Intel based Macs. Specific system requirements are not yet available.
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