MacGamer Checks Out Apple Expo 2002
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Our friends at MacGamer have posted a round-up of Apple Expo 2002, which was held in Paris, France from September 10 to the 14th. MacGamer correspondent, Ingmar Wenz, covers various topics in the article including chats with game developers Destineer Studios, Freeverse, MacPlay, and Feral Interactive.
Wenz talked with Destineer's Peter Tamte to get an update on Flight Simulator 2002:
As we made our way back to the hall, we arranged to talk with Bold Games front man and overall-nice-guy, Peter Tamte. We were told that Westlake Interactive is now working on a port of Dungeon Siege, which should be finished in the first half of 2003. Besides that important announcement, Peter made it clear that Flight Simulator is probably about a year from First Playable status. According to Peter, the biggest problem converting FS is that the titleís code has evolved over more than a dozen years during its different PC development phases. The porting of Flight Simulator will occur outside of Bold Games. He also hinted that itís possible Flight Simulator add-ons will work with the final Mac version.Be sure to head over to MacGamer for the rest of the article.
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