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Friday, July 29, 2005

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New Anti-Cheat Program For Raven Shield
8:03 AM | Anthony Wang | 2 comments

In addition to a new battle league that they are working on, Mac Gaming League presents iGuard, the first and only true anti-cheat program designed specifically for the Macintosh version of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield. It was developed by fellow gamers, Drew and Bryan (a.k.a Revelation). With the availability of iGuard for Raven Shield and the lack of Punkbuster support in many popular Mac titles, it is a stepping stone towards Mac Gaming League's goal to provide a cheat-free enviorment in all Mac games. Regardless, they have a zero tolerance stance on cheaters. The Mac Gaming League will be unveiled shortly, but until then you can have a look around and spread the word.

From the MGL forums:

Please don't mind the mess...A lot of buttons and rules are all screwed up. We decided to go ahead with the launch by releasing the new RvS Anti-Cheat "iGuard".
iGuard is required for all MGL Raven Shield games. The server and client will need to install the anti-cheat program to function properly. There is an auto installer, so you don't have to move around files manually and risk messing up your game.

To download iGuard or to learn more information, follow the links below.

Aspyr Media
Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield
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