Hearts of Iron Coming to the Mac
9:18 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
Paradox Entertainment has announced another agreement with Mac publisher Virtual Programming to bring Hearts of Iron to the Mac. You may recall last year the two companies started to bring other Paradox strategy titles Europa Universalis II and Legion to the platform as well. This continuation of their contract only means good things for Mac strategy gamers.
Hearts of Iron is a real-time strategic look at World War II, spanning the years from 1936-1946. Here's a quick description from their site:
Hearts of Iron is the first ever World War II PC game of true Grand Strategic scope. The game map spans the entire world and allows players to take the War to any new front of their choosing. Any nation in the world is playable, but the game focuses on the epic struggle between the great alliances of the new world orders Fascism, Communism and Democracy.Hearts of Iron game was just released for the PC earlier this winter, and the Mac version should ship out later in 2003. Virtual Programming lists Legion as being in testing and Europa Universalis II as being in late development, with both set for a Q1 release.
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