Championship Manager 2010 Coming To Macs In November
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Beautiful Game Studios has announced that Championship Manager 2010 is coming to the Apple Mac on November 13th courtesy of Virtual Programming. The latest version of the soccer sim includes a 3D match engine, set-piece creator, scouting networks, and practice matches.
“We’re extremely pleased to be able to announce that Championship Manager 2010 will be coming to the Mac.” Stated Roy Meredith, General Manager of Championship Manager, “Following our successful launch of the PC game and strong PR campaign, we’ve seen a lot of requests for a Mac version and there is not long to wait now.”Visit the sites below for more information.
Championship Manager 2010 on the Mac contains the same highly innovative features of its PC counterpart including; a bespoke 3D match engine with over 500 individual player animations created specifically for Championship Manager, a Set-piece creator giving users the chance to create their own unique free kicks and corners, Scouting Networks allowing users to set-up local networks in countries around the world and scout for local players and Practice matches helping users build and mould their perfect team or trial new players. The new features are more accessible than ever before thanks to the completely reworked user interface design.
“We’re thrilled to offer Mac owners the best football sim available on PC,” said Mark Hinton, CEO of Virtual Programming. “The new features found in Championship Manager 2010 bring with them a level of immersion not previously seen in the series, and we think the Mac community will agree.”
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