IGF Finals: Gish, Dark Horizons, Weird Worlds
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The finalists for the Independent Games Festival have been announced, and this year's entries contain a few Mac-friendly titles. The folks at GarageGames were pleased to announced two titles carried at their site, Gish and Dark Horizons: Lore, both made it into the open category.
Gish is the acclaimed platformer with realistic physics in which you control a tar blob through a series of complex levels. Dark Horizons: Lore is an online Mech game based on the Torque engine which is available across Mac, Windows and Linux.
Another game in the "web/downloadable" category is Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, the sequel to Digital Eel's Strange Adventures in Infinite Space. IMG's Matt Diamond has confirmed the title should be coming to the Mac as well, according to Digital Eel's Rich Carlson:
There will be a Mac version of Weird Worlds and it will follow shortly after the PC game has been released.For more information on these titles, be sure to check out the IGF site, and also stay tuned to IMG for winners of the competition held next March.
Independent Games Festival
GarageGames Report on IGF Finalists
Dark Horizons: Lore
Strange Adventures In Infinite Space
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