Tomb Raider Trilogy, Alice Go Gold
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Aspyr Media has just announced that both Tomb Raider: The Trilogy and American McGee's Alice have cleared the "final candidate" hurdle and are now Gold Master. Both games are heading to duplication and should be on store shelves in the next few weeks.
Tomb Raider: Trilogy is a compilation of the first six tomb raider titles -- Tomb Raider I through III and the three expansion packs released in between. Two of the expansion packs, The Gold Mask and The Lost Artifact, are new to the Mac platform.
American McGee's Alice is a critically-acclaimed title designed by a member of the original team at id Software that features a surreal, often frightening 3D adventure through a dark and twisted version of Lewis Caroll's Wonderland. Based on the Quake 3 engine, this title has been praised for both its atmosphere and visual design.
Here's the update from Aspyr:
American McGee's Alice and Tomb Raider: The Trilogy have gone intoWe'll let you know when these titles start showing up on store shelves. You can still place pre-orders on Aspyr's web site; make sure you check out our Alice preview for more details on that title.
Translation: All code work has ended and the GMs have left the building!
Final system requirements for each are:
American McGee's Alice(TM) plays on:
- MacOS 8.6 or later
- MacOSX compatible
- 400MHz or faster
- 128 MB of memory
- 4X CD-ROM
- Hardware 3D Acceleration required (ATI128 or later)
Tomb Raider Trilogy :
- For use on any iMac, G3 or G4
- Power PC 603e at 180 Mhz or faster
- MacOS 8.6 or later
- 32 MB RAM (64 MB recommended)
- 4x CD-ROM
- Hard drive and color monitor
- QuickTime 4.0 (included)
Thanks to Mac programmers Mark Adams (TRT), Ken Cobb (TRT), Phil Sulak
(TRT) and Brad Oliver (Alice), of Westlake Interactive for all their
conversion work on these projects.
Preview: American McGee's Alice
American McGee's Alice
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