GarageGames' Jeff Tunnell on The Gamesome Mac
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Tonight on The Gamesome Mac, the weekly Mac gaming radio program, hosts Sean Smith and Omaha Sternberg talk with Jeff Tunnell, founder and chief creative officer of GarageGames.
Before founding GarageGames, Tunnell founded Dynamix and designed, produced, or directed some 80 games, including such diverse and groundbreaking titles as Red Baron, 3D Ultra Pinball, The Incredible Machine, and Tribes.
Tunnell's GarageGames is set to reshape the independent game development and publishing landscape, licensing its cross-platform 3D game engine, Torque?the same engine used in Tribes II?for only $100. Using the Torque engine enabled the company's own development studio to bring its just-released Marble Blast to the Mac with only a few weeks of additional effort.
Sean and Omaha will also offer Mac gaming news, commentary, and reviews, and together with their guest will take questions from listeners in The Gamesome Mac's live chat room and give away two copies of Marble Blast.
You can hear The Gamesome Mac live on Mondays from 6 to 8 pm Pacific Time, 9 to 11 pm Eastern (Tuesdays at 0200 UTC) at its web page on MacRadio.com. Afterwards, you can listen to the program on demand; you'll also find complete archives of past broadcasts. QuickTime 5 or 6 and a 28 kbps or faster Internet connection are required.
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