SiN Coming to Mac
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Logicware offshoot Contraband Entertainment has recently updated their web site with a list of their current projects for Mac OS. They had already previously announced work on two Mac ports, Heavy Metal F.A.K.K. II and Fighter Squadron; now a third title, SiN, is also on the list. SiN was developed by Ritual Entertainment in 1998, and uses the Quake 2 engine. It was a groundbreaking game at the time in both gameplay and visuals. Contraband should have SiN finished reasonably fast, due to their experience with the Quake 2 engine. Here is their update:
Contraband Entertainment, Inc. is proud to announce that it is bringing the highly acclaimed game Sin for the Macintosh. Ship date: TBAThat's another game to add to now our increasingly long list of upcoming Mac titles. We wish Contraband good luck and great speed with their projects - we can't wait to play the finished product.
Contraband Entertainment, Inc. is bringing The long awaited Heavy Metal F.A.K.K. II to the Macintosh. Ship date: TBA
Contraband Entertainment, Inc. is also bringing you one of the finest flight sims ever to grace the computer screen. Fighter Squadron coming to the Mac. Ship date: TBA
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