Worms Blast Released, CM4 Just Around The Corner
8:44 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story
European Mac game publisher Feral Interactive hs quietly updated their website with news on several of the games in their roster.
First off, the Snood-style family game Worms Blast has been released. The game features sixty levels of side-by-side multiplayer puzzle action, as two worms tackle multicolored blocks with their own personal bazookas. The game, which requires a minimum 233 mhz G3 processor, runs in both OS 9.1 and OS X 10.1.3, and is sure to please the whole family. The game can be ordered through the Feral website and the IMG store (at a lower price). If you're curious about the title, head on over to IMG sister site MacGameFiles to check out the demo.
Next on the list of updates, racing fans will be pleased to hear that Feral's upcoming Total Immersion Racing is on track for a late summer / early fall release:
Well we couldn't just leave it at F1... It may be that the petrol heads have taken over the asylum but that's good news for those of you with a taste for speed, a liking for blood feuds and a visceral desire to win. Because we've found you the perfect game: Total Immersion Racing. Dare we say this is Racing Evolved? Probably not.Finally, in news that is sure to make soccer fans happy, Feral has announced that the full version of the football management sim Championship Manager 4 will be released Friday, April 4th. If you're curious about this long-awaited title, head on over to MacGameFiles to check out the recently-released demo beta.
MGF: Worms Blast Demo
Total Immersion Racing gives you the thrill of GT Sports Cars and the challenge of AI drivers who have personalities and emotions.These guys remember your actions on the track, can and do bear grudges and act on their feelings. It's on schedule for late Q2/early Q3 and remember - always think and drive, you know it makes sense.
MGF: Championship Manager 4 Beta Demo
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