Freeverse Updates GameSmith to v3.3
9:51 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
This morning New York-based software company Freeverse officially announced a new release of their game-finding application, GameSmith. Version 3.3 of this utility sports a number of new features such as more chat preferences and easier-to-config local networking. A number of minor bugs have also been fixed in the process. Here's a clip from their release:
GameSmith is a family friendly Mach-O, Mac OS X native game matching service that features private accounts, server-side rankings, an integrated mySQL database that powers live web-based stats and more.For more information on how to update your favorite Freeverse games to use GameSmith 3.3, or to see more of what's new in this version, check out the appropriate Freeverse pages.
Updating to GameSmith 3.3
The new features include LAN play (Zero-Config), chat coloring, more powerful preference settings, AFK feature, many community-demanded features and numerous bug fixes.
What's New in GameSmith 3.3
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