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Wednesday, May 7, 2008
 

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Supercow Available For Mac
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Macgamestore has announced the release of Supercow for the Macintosh. Developed by Russian-based NevoSoft, the game is a colorful side-scrolling action title designed for all ages. Features include professional cartoon actors voicing the game's characters, and a variety of levels and challenges to conquer.

Professor Duriarti, a famous criminal, has seized the farm and captured the animals! He cloned them and made the clones work for him to successfully fulfill his diabolical plan of earth's destruction. Through her network of informants, Supercow heard about the situation, and dashed off to save the farm animals. Because after all, who knows how to save the farm better than Supercow? Supercow is an arcade game for the entire family!

Features:
Professional cartoon actors speaking for characters
Control game with either mouse or keyboard
Plenty of levels and challenges to beat
Supercow for the Mac is available for $19.95 USD through Macgamestore. A free 60 minute trial Universal Binary demo version of the game is available for download.

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