Contraband's Heineman on The Gamesome Mac
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Tonight on The Gamesome Mac, the weekly Mac gaming radio show, host Sean Smith and producer Andy Largent will be talking with programmer "Burger" Bill Heineman, head of Contraband Entertainment and, formerly, of Logicware.
Heineman has one of the longest list of credits in the game development industry, having ported or developed a staggering number of titles for the Macintosh and a variety of other platforms: over 200 games from the days of the Apple II and IIgs, through the Mac version of Wolfenstein 3D, and up through Myth III and beyond.
As we do every week, we'll serve up news, reviews, and commentary, answer listener questions along with our guest, and give away some great games to listeners in the show's live chat room.
The Gamesome Mac can be heard on Mondays from 8 to 10 pm Central Time (6 pm Pacific; 9 pm Eastern; and Tuesday, 01:00 UTC) on the MacTV Network.
Listeners can tune in live at The Gamesome Mac's web page, where they'll also find an archive of past shows with Glenda Adams of Westlake Interactive, Brian Greenstone of Pangea Software, Tuncer Deniz of Inside Mac Games, and Michael Rogers of Aspyr Media (QuickTime is required for listening).
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