First Ratatouille Screenshots Available
8:06 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Worthplaying has posted three new screenshots from Ratatouille, THQ's upcoming game based on the Disney/Pixar movie of the same name. The platform action game will feature a wide variety of missions, environmental hazards and puzzles, numerous enemies to fight, multiplayer mode, and licensed voice over talent from the movie.
More about the game:
In the game, players will assume the role of Remy, a young rat whose love for great food puts him at odds with the needs of his family. Fans will be able to relive some of the film's most thrilling moments and experience the sights, sounds and most importantly, the smells, of Paris a la Remy across a multitude of gaming systems. Players will instantly recognize the storyline, characters and key locations of Ratatouille, as they engage in a series of unique mini-games, cooking challenges and head-to-head multiplayer. Ratatouille will allow players to create culinary masterpieces, evade detection from dangerous and often hungry enemies, and brave the perils of the dinner-rush in this senses-shattering journey to fulfill Remy's life-long dream of becoming a great chef.THQ plans a global simultaneous release of the game for 11 different platforms including Mac OS X. Follow the links below for more information.
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Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst Mac Released
2:58 PM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story
The best-selling casual game on the PC market is now available for the Macintosh at Macgamestore.com. Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst is the third game in the extremely popular Mystery Case Files series of games.
Rumors surrounding the history of stately Ravenhearst Manor have circulated for decades. The recently acquired diary of Emma Ravenhearst may hold the key to unraveling the history of this unsettling place, yet the pages are missing. Players assume the role of Master Detective to unlock secrets held within Ravenhearst, scouring 32 rooms in the manor for cleverly hidden clues. Locating and assembling diary pages helps tell the history of the house and, ultimately, unlock the mystery.
• 32 beautifully new, unique rooms.
• Dozens of puzzles to solve
• Thousands of hidden objects.
• Changing levels enhance replay value
Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst is available for $19.95 at Macgamestore.com. A free demo is available for download on the web site.
Macgamestore: Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst
Apple Posts Hot Deals
2:55 PM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story
Apple Store Special Deals has exclusive deals on a variety of Apple Certified Refurbished products including a new price of only $1,999 on the Apple Certified Refurbished 17-inch MacBook Pro!; and much more. Get all the details at the following URL:
MacZone has deals on a variety of Mac compatible products including: Planar 17", 19" and 20" monitors with free 4-port USB hub starting at $239.99!; HP OfficeJet Pro K550DTN color printer from Hewlett Packard for only $238.98 - w/free shipping!; HP PhotoSmart D7360 InkJet printer from Hewlett Packard for only $168.98!; Canon PowerShot A530 5-megapixel compact digital camera for only $149.99!; and much more. Get all the details at the following URL:
Aspyr Releases New Doom 3 Patch
2:25 PM | Tuncer Deniz | 6 comments
Aspyr Media today released a free patch for DOOM 3. The update is available as a free download from Macgamefiles.com.
The patch will update your Macintosh copy of Doom 3 from version 1.1 to
version 1.3.1 Rev A.
Fixes/ChangesTo download the patch, follow the link below.
Macgamefiles: Doom 3 1.3.1 Rev A
• Fix a potential crash in physics
• Fix an issue with pak downloaded being immediately appended without
• Fixes to DNS lookup, reduced the stalls
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Inside Mac Games Reviews The Movies
2:10 PM | Tuncer Deniz | 1 comment
Inside Mac Games has posted a review of Feral's latest game, The Movies. Here's a clip from the review:
Originally released for the PC in late 2005, Lionhead Studio’s The Movies has garnered great acclaim from both tycoon game fans and machinima followers for its original design and its elaborate movie creation engine. Recently released for the Mac courtesy of Feral Interactive and their new programming developers, Robosoft Technologies, the game has proven to be just as fun, addictive, and time-consuming as this writer was afraid it was going to be.To check out the full review, please follow the link below.
Inside Mac Games Review: The Movies
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Dance Praise Expansion Released
8:06 AM | Cord Kruse | 2 comments
Digital Praise has released God Rocks!, the fourth expansion pack for Dance Praise, a Dance Dance Revolution style game featuring Christian music. God Rocks introduces 35 new songs, some of which include Bible verses set to tunes from a variety of musical genres.
Here are some of the game's features:
- Includes hits from 6 best-selling cds from God Rocks!, including the popular Bible-based BibleToons.The expansion pack requires the original Dance Praise, an interactive dance pad (included with Dance Praise), a G3 400MHz or faster processor, Mac OS X v10.0 or later, 130MB hard disk space, 128MB RAM, and a CD-ROM drive. It sells for $24.95.
- With 35 up-tempo songs, many with 100% NIV scripture lyrics, this expansion pack will help everyone "sing, learn and dance to the Word".
- Each song offers 3 levels of steps, so there are over 100 new dances for hourse of dancing, fun, and the opportunity to learn God's Word.
- The whole family will enjoy the varied sounds of God Rocks! and their four unique retrobands - Beach Stones, Flinty Rocky, Soul Stones, and Beat Rocks.
Click on the link below for more information.
WoW: The Burning Crusade Reviewed
8:06 AM | Anthony Wang | 2 comments
Atomic Gamer has posted a review of the best selling expansion pack, The Burning Crusade for World of WarCraft. TBC scored an impressive 94% out of 100%.
I really can’t say enough to show how much I have enjoyed my time so far in the Burning Crusade. Sure, it had it’s annoying points as almost any game does. However, Blizzard has really added a lot to the game – a ton of new quests, flying mounts, the ability to hit level 70, fun new zones and more. They’ve also managed to revise the WoW formula a bit and make the levels that would normally be tough grindfests in other MMOs an experience that is even more fun than the original game. Burning Crusade definitely sports a few coats of that classic Blizzard polish – hopefully, I don’t have to wait too long for the next expansion.Please click on the links below to learn more information.
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