Update on MacSoft Titles
9:57 AM | Toby Allen | Comment on this story
MacCentral's Peter Cohen had a chance to chat with Al Schilling, president of MacSoft. Schilling gave an update on the status of MacSoft's current porting projects. According to Schilling, the long-awaited title Driver is complete and has been sent out to duplication; it should be out before Christmas.
There is good news for Rainbow Six fans as well, as Rogue Spear is currently being tested by Red Storm pending final approval. It should be released at next year's Macworld San Francisco. Here is an excerpt from MacCentral's report:
Schilling also reports that at long last, Driver for the Mac has gone golden master. The game is currently in duplication and is expected to hit stores in time for Christmas. Driver was originally slated to be released earlier this year, and it looks to be worth the wait. It is a 3D driving game that was originally released for the Sony PlayStation game console and the PC. In Driver, players assume the role of an undercover cop sent to infiltrate the inner circle of an organized crime ring. You must do so by successfully completing driving jobs -- outrunning cops and other criminals in a host of '70's-style muscle cars. The game also features replay capabilities that give the power of an action film director -- you can change camera angles, cut scenes, and edit together a sequence worthy of the biggest Hollywood blockbuster.Check out the demo of MacSoft's latest release Links LS at MacGameFiles.com, and head to MacCentral for the rest of the report.
Al Schilling Interview at MacCentral
Links LS 1.0.1 demo at MacGameFiles
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