The Feeble Files Coming to the Mac
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e.p.i.c. Interactive has announced the porting of another title to the Mac, the cartoon adventure game The Feeble Files. Since you probably haven't heard of the title, here's a little background. It was developed by AdventureSoft, the same UK publisher that worked with the PC versions of the Simon the Sorcerer series. It also contains similarly quirky graphics and off-beat British humor. Fans of LucasArts adventures will probably feel comfortable with the game's interface and style. The Feeble Files will also have fairly low system requirements for those with older machines. Here's the announcement from e.p.i.c. Interactive:
e.p.i.c. interactive entertainment gmbh has signed a license agreement toSounds like another interesting port from this German company. We'll keep you posted as it nears release in the next month or so. e.p.i.c. is also bringing Knights and Merchants and Gorky 17 to the Mac in the same timeframe. Check out their site for more information on the games.
e.p.i.c Interactive Web Site
port adventuresofts cartoon adventure "The Feeble Files" to the MACINTOSH.
The game puts you to play an alien called Feeble who works for the crop
circle division of a dictatorial goverment but somehow get involved in a
rebellion to overthrow the system. But you will quickly learn that Rebellion
really has never looked so pAtHeTiC. The Feeble Files features:
* around 80 locations to visit
* more than 6000 voice lines to interact with
* dozens of citizens to meet and laugh at
* professionally rendered characters
* tons of in-between cutscenes
* over 20 actors used for recording the soundtrack
The MAC version will require a 180 Mhz PPC CPU, MacOS 8.6 or higher and 32
MByte Ram. The game is scheduled for release in May 2001. You will find more
detail on the game in the projects section of our homepage.
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