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Apple Games Features Toontown Online
8:46 AM | Cord Kruse | 5 comments

Apple Games' latest feature turns the spotlight on Disney's Toontown Online. The family oriented massively multiplayer online game puts players in the role of a Toon who must use gags and tricks to chase off the Cogs, a group of business minded robots intent on turning Toontown into a corporate metropolis. In addition to a review of the game, the article offers a run down of the types of gags Toons can learn.

Welcome to the massively multi-player online role-playing game Toontown, where your silliest dreams come true in a Disney setting. Create up to six personalized Toons, each with its own Toon house where it can store extra clothes, order special stuff from Clarabelle’s Cattlelog, and bank the jellybeans that are Toontown’s currency.

Explore six themed neighborhoods — Toontown Central, Donald’s Dock, Daisy Gardens, Minnie’s Melodyland, Pluto’s The Brrrgh, and Donald’s Dreamland — where hundreds of quests, known as Toon Tasks, await you with their rewards. Battle Cogs with 40+ cartoon gags at your disposal. Take a break by racing your customized kart on one of six different tracks, playing with your pet Doodle, and fishing in one of the ponds. Say “hi” to Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and the rest of your favorite Disney characters.
Check out the full feature by following the link below.

Apple Games: Toontown Online
Toontown Online

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Bullet Candy Version 2 Released
2:54 PM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

Charlie's Games and Macgamestore.com have announced the release of Bullet Candy Version 2, a major update to the fast-paced arcade shooter for Mac OS X. Viewed from a top-down perspective, Bullet Candy allows for a true 360º shoot-em-up experience. With all of your enemies in view at all times it's easy to see and, more importantly, shoot them into tiny little pieces.

Here's what Version 2 includes:

- new menu system
- added keyboard only controls
- fixed the infinite points exploit
- added a variety of new effects
- fixed the extend mode crash bug
- few other things behind the scenes.

System Requirements:
1GHZ G4 Processor or better
256 MB RAM
32 MB or better graphics card

Bullet Candy is available at Macgamestore.com for $10.00 as a digital download. A free demo version of the game is available on the web page.

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Universal Update For Bud Redhead
8:46 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Phelios recently released a Universal Binary update for Bud Redhead, a platform action game in the tradition of Nintendo's Mario franchise. The game follows Bud's adventures through space and time as he attempts to rescue his girlfriend Rachel from the clutches of the evil Feyatta.

Here are some of the game's features:

-4 different worlds: Forest, Egypt, Castle, Space Ship
-20 huge levels for exploring (5 levels in each world)
-Total game area of more than 1200 screens (average of more than 60 screens per level)
-Fun Big Boss level in shoot'em up style at the end
-Thousands of gold coins, jewels and fruits to collect
-Moving platforms, doors, levers, ropes, ladders and slippery surfaces
-Many secret areas in each level
-Beautiful hand-drawn high resolution graphics up to 3 background paralax planes
-Interesting story between worlds with unexpected ending
Head over to the site below for download links and more information.

Bud Redhead

Mac Games News for Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Macgamestore: Colin McRae Rally, Victoria: Revolutions, More3:42 PM
Apple Posts New Hot Deals3:33 PM
Tribal Trouble Updated To 1.73:10 PM
Pokie Magic Releases Totem Treasure 22:33 PM
Freeverse Announces New 3D Card Game2:20 PM
Apple TV on Gaming9:29 AM
Myth II 1.6 Released, The Tain Launches9:29 AM
New Penny Arcade Adventures Art Available9:29 AM
World of Warcraft Updated9:29 AM
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