GameHouse & A Sharp 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 David Dunham, programmer and designer at GameHouse and at A Sharp.
Based in Seattle, Washington, GameHouse is one of the foremost developers of online Java-based games: titles such as Nisqually and Collapse, which can be played for free online in a Java-enabled web browser and, like many of the company's games, can be purchased in enhanced, standalone versions.
Also in Seattle, A Sharp is the developer and publisher of the well-regarded strategy game King of Dragon Pass. Set in the fantasy world of Glorantha and emphasizing story-telling as much as resource management, it won the Best Visual Art award at the second Independent Games Festival.
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.
The Gamesome Mac can be heard on Mondays from 6 to 8 pm Pacific Time, 9 to 11 pm Eastern (Tuesdays at 0200 UTC) on MacRadio.com. You can tune in live at The Gamesome Mac's web page, where 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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