iGame Radio Features Neon Tango
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Recently on iGame Radio host Omaha Sternberg reviewed Freeverseís new shooter Neon Tango, available exclusively for the Mac. The action shooter features 50 stages, state-of-the-art OpenGL graphics, and a soundtrack from Digital Droo. IGame Radio's latest podcast also features an interview with Tom Pearce, Audio Director of Streamline Sound.
Streamline Sound was announced in the past few weeks as a joint venture between Streamline Studios, an independent game developer, and Black Hole Recordings, an independent music publisher. Envisioned as a one stop solution for game developers to contract music created for their games and then exploit that music in non-traditional ways, Streamline Sound is also intended to bridge the gap between traditional music publishers and game developers so that musicians can get their music into games. Omaha chats with Tom Pearce about how the venture got started, how it will help everyone, and where it is going from here.The episodes are available as a basic or enhanced podcast or streaming MP3 on iGameRadio.com, where listeners will also find archives of past broadcasts. Follow the link below for more information.
Plus, a review of minimalist arcade-style shooter Neon Tango by Freeverse. Released in February, Neon Tango takes geometric shapes and interesting colors and blends them together for true arcade shooting fun.
Omaha will also offer Mac gaming news, commentary, and a selection of music from popular Mac games.
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