MWSF: WWIIOnline at Macworld
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World War II Online was on display in the Macworld Gaming Arena, with Cornered Rat Software producer Dana "Gophur" Baldwin available to show this massively multiplayer war sim.
While publisher Strategy First had a few distribution problems with the Mac version, Gophur noted they are solved now and players should be able to find a copy at most all Mac retail spots.
Gophur admitted World War II Online has a learning curve, though he explained they are working to ease it as much as possible for beginners. A joystick was on-hand at the show, though the airplanes and ground vehicles can be controlled with the mouse and keyboard if needed. The game was being shown on an ATI Radeon 9700 with FSAA and Anisotropic Texture Filtering turned on.
Strategy First is happy with the response Mac users have been giving World War II Online, beginning with the public beta through today. Watch for a full review of the game to be posted from IMG soon.
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