Tagged: Mac

Grand Theft Mac

Rockstar has announced that the Grand Theft Auto trilogy has been released for the Mac, bringing the classic ‘3D’ GTA’s III, Vice City and San Andreas to yet another platform.

Ghost Whisperer Talks To Your PC

Jennifer Love Hewitt made Ghost Whiperer the success it is and now it’s to become a game on the PC and Mac in 2011, but more recently, part one of a developer’s blog was released…

Left 4 Dead Steam Offers

If you haven’t got them already, both Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2 are back on offer on Steam for rather decent prices. Left 4 Dead: £6.49, Left 4 Dead 2: £7.49, L4D Bundle: £11.49.

Let’s Take You Back, To the Future

25 years ago, Robert Zemekis was part of what would turn out to be one of the best films of the 80’s, just a pity it was another that suffered pretty mediocre sequals, but Back to the Future was the film that really put Michael J Fox on the map. Telltale Games have announced how much and on what platforms Back To The Future: The Game will be released on, first will be PC and Mac…. yes, Mac in December with PlayStation 3 and iPad versions to follow. For those that pre-order, a bonus game called Puzzle Agent is included, but for now, there are a few behind the scenes trailers and some info to be had.

IMVU Let’s Macs Get Social Too

Are you a Macfa… erm, Macintosh user and always wanted to join in with social environmental games and online networks? IMVU has launched a Mac version of its client so that Mac users can create their very own 3D avatar and join in the virtual world. “We’re excited that Apple customers can now, for the first time, participate in the IMVU community of more than 50 million registered users,” said Cary Rosenzweig, CEO of IMVU. “We’re opening up IMVU to a group of creative individuals who are sure to make an outstanding contribution to the IMVU community.” Once you’ve done that, maybe you want to keep up with things while on the move, that’s possible by downloading the free IMVU 2Go app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Open Up A Cataclysm in December

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that World of Warcraft: Cataclysm will be released starting on December 7, 2010. “Cataclysm includes the best content we’ve ever created for World of Warcraft. It’s not just an expansion but a re-creation of much of the original Azeroth, complete with epic new high-level adventures for current players and a redesigned leveling experience for those just starting out,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “With the help of our beta testers we’re putting on the final polish, and we look forward to welcoming gamers around the world to enjoy it in just a couple of months.” The expansion will be available on PC and Mac and will also be offered as a digital download from the Blizzard Store. A special collector’s edition packed with bonus items will be available exclusively in retail stores.

That’s-a One Spicy Meatball

Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds is now available for Mac and Windows. Yeah, that was nice and short wasn’t it?! No, you want more? Well as you may have seen in previous news about the game, you control a ball of goo with the ability to eat anything smaller than itself, kinda like Osmos, but you don’t get to eat the world in that.

Dingo Games Want You Back for Seconds

Dingo Games are bringing Tasty Planet back and looking for pre-orders for Back for Seconds, the sequel that has had a co-op trailer released to how the modes gameplay. Game info: The premise of Tasty Planet is simple. Players control a ball of goo with the ability to eat anything smaller than itself. As the goo eats objects it grows bigger, thereby giving it the ability to eat even larger objects. The goo could grow from the size of an ant to the size of a mountain in a single level.

It Takes A Crminal Mind To Play This Game

Legacy Interactive has released a ‘Developer Diary’ from Producer Ryan Modjeski about the upcoming game based from the TV series, Criminal Minds. I admit it. I was late to the game. I never really started watching the Criminal Minds TV series until about a year ago when I caught a marathon of episodes late at night. I couldn’t tear myself away! Each episode was captivatingly creepy and refreshingly different from the vast majority of the other “cop” shows on television. Little did I know that six months later I’d be tapped as the designer and producer for a light adventure/casual game version of the Criminal Minds license. Obviously I was met immediately with a very unique set of challenges in trying to translate a show that revolves around an elite team of FBI profilers who analyze and hunt down the country’s most twisted criminal minds into something the intended audience of gamers would enjoy as much as I do. The show is darkly lit, contains disturbing themes, features a large cast of characters at different locations each episode, and plots...

Football Manager 2011 To Be More Polished

Sports Interactive will be launching Football Manager 2011 in time for Christmas this year and they’re claiming that it will be the most polished Football Manager to date. “At Sports Interactive, we always strive to give the end-user the best experience possible,” said Miles Jacobson, Studio Director at Sports Interactive. “The training system for example has always been the best we thought it could be, until now. We’ve found a way to make it even better!”