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MacGameCast BlizzCon 2011 Edition Released
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 4 comments

Inside Mac Games' podcast crew has released a special BlizzCon edition of the MacGameCast. IMG's Jon Carr, Ted Bade, and Franklin Pride discussed all the latest news released during Blizzard Entertainment's big event.

What's in this episode:

Welcome to the special Blizzcon edition of MacGameCast! Jon, Ted and Frank discuss all the news and excitement out of Blizzcon 2011 covering World of Warcraft, Diablo 3 and Starcraft 2 Heart of the Swarm. Last but not least, Blizzards take on the DOTA genre is mixing things up with some unique additions to gameplay.
Check out the podcast at the link below.

MacGameCast: BlizzCon Edition

Tiny Token Empires Available Now From MGS
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ValuSoft's Tiny Token Empires is now available for purchase from the web store. The game puts players in control of one of five ancient empires and challenges them to take over the world. Tiny Token Empires features a combination of puzzle, Match-3, and turn-based strategy gameplay.

Tiny Token Empires is an amazing mix—it's a puzzle game, Match 3 game (“Tokens”) and turn-based strategy game. The player plays one of the five major ancient empires: Rome, Greece, Egypt, Persia, or Carthage. By developing cities and armies, and annexing new territories, the player gradually expands his power over the world!

But Tiny Token Empires is also a "casual" strategy game that doesn't take itself too seriously. It contains a crazy comical universe: goofball gods, super cute mythological monsters, clown legionnaires, and much more.


  • 5 nations and 50 different combat units that give each player a unique game experience.
  • 10 heroes (masculine/feminine) and 50 generals to equip with over 40 special items.
  • 3 difficulty levels that offer a new challenge every time.
  • 4 game modes including a Free campaign mode with unlimited life.
  • 5 campaigns telling a story for each nation.
  • English, French and Spanish. LocKit available for other translation.
Tiny Token Empires requires Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later and is available for $19.95 (USD).

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Data Jammers: FastForward Coming To Macs
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 2 comments

Shrapnel Games has announced the Windows PC release of Digital Eel's latest title, Data Jammers: FastForward. The company also revealed that a Mac version of the title is in development. DJ:FF is a fast paced arcade game which features "break neck virtual racing" on "a continuously twisting and turning three dimensional retro wireframe landscape."

Data Jammers: FastForward (currently available only as a Windows download, a Mac version is in the works) is a blazingly fast single-player arcade game featuring visually arresting retro-wireframe graphics and soul-enriching soundscapes. Play as a virtual commando, a Data Jammer, as you race to take down the Military Industrial Complex known as Ouroboros. Fight The System using various power-ups as you race down mindwarping tracks, avoiding everything that Ouroboros has to throw at you.

Data Jammers: FastForward is easy to jump into and supports a variety of control schemes. Randomly set-up levels and the ability to start playing at any chapter allows great replayability. Whether going for the glory, or the high score, players will also enjoy the achievements found throughout the game; bonuses for special actions and “feats” performed. And thanks to its brisk gameplay Data Jammers: FastForward is the perfect game to jump in and out of throughout the day. Full details on Data Jammers: FastForward can be found at its official product page.

A small demo of three heart-pounding levels is also available for downloading on that page, along with an exciting teaser video, and a link direct to the Gamers Front for purchase.

With Data Jammers: FastForward expect:

  • Hyper trance inducing addictive gameplay!
  • Delve into the unique graphics that spring from the mind of Phosphorous!
  • Arresting audio from those that know audio best, Rich Carlson and Digital Eel!
  • Replayability! High scores! Achievements!
  • The joy of gameplay!
A release date for the Mac version has not been announced yet. Learn more at the links below.

Shrapnel Games
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Data Jammers: FastForward

Free Halloween Gift Sets Available For The Sims 3
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Electronic Arts has announced the release of three new Halloween gift packs for its popular life sim, The Sims 3. Gory Goodies, Halloween Treats, and More Halloween Treats feature items and clothing fitting the theme of the spooky holiday.

Already hung up the cobwebs and put out your pumpkins? Help your Sim do the same with three free Halloween sets for The Sims 3.

The first set, Gory Goodies, features a Deathly Decadence cake perfect for Halloween snacking. More interested in spooking up your porch? Hang Clark’s Pack of Ghosts above your front door, or light up your walkway with some grinning Jack O’ Floor Lamps from the Halloween Treats set. With the More Halloween Treats set, you can even dress up as a famous movie monster – or his lovely, beehive-wearing bride.

Get your Sim Trick-or-Treat ready today! Each unique Halloween gift set is available as a free download from The Sims 3 store.
For more information follow the links below.

Gory Goodies
Halloween Treats
More Halloween Treats
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Mac Games News for Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Buy Roads Of Rome 2 At Macgamestore6:00 AM
Free Portal 2 Update To Include Map Editor6:00 AM
OOTP Developments Announces Hockey Management Simulation6:00 AM
StarCraft II: Heart Of The Swarm Teaser Trailer, Q&A Panel6:00 AM
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