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Mac publishers expect 2007 rebound, iPhone games uncertain [Macworld Expo]

Mac game developers and publishers at this year's Macworld Expo expect 2007 to be a significantly better year for the platform, with more releases and sales. The Mac companies are looking forward to the iPhone and hope to develop for that platform, but none we spoke with over the show week expected...

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Feral Interactive product update (Macworld Expo)

U.K.-based publisher, Feral Interactive made the trip to this year's Macworld Expo, eager to sell its product to Mac gamers. The company's booth holds many kiosks showing Feral's latest -- or in-progress -- ports, including Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, The Movies, and Imperial Glory....

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Aspyr Media updates, digital distribution plans (Macworld Expo)

Mac games mainstay, Aspyr Media is showing of its latest and upcoming titles at the Macworld Expo. Easily the company with the most Mac game releases in recent years, Aspyr will ship the Mac version of its Best in Show, Prey to retailers next week, with Star Wars: Empire At War next on the...

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Bongfish shows Mac snowboarding game (Macworld Expo)

Bongfish is showing off Stoked Rider at one of the Mac game kiosks at the Macworld Expo. The independent developer already released its snowboarding game on Windows, but the Mac version is expected in about two weeks. The sandbox-style snowboarding game will be a download title for about $25....

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Freeverse product update (Macworld Expo)

Freeverse occupies a typical booth at the Macworld Expo in an atypical space; instead of joining the few Mac gaming companies located in the North Hall, Freeverse holds down a corner of the bustling South Hall. Brothers Ian Lynch Smith and Colin Lynch Smith gave us updates about the company. (Full...

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MacBowl charity event raises $24,000 (Macworld Expo)

Aspyr Media and Macworld magazine hosted their seventh annual MacBowl contest Thursday night. The Macworld Expo tradition pits Mac companies against each other while raising money through team fees for the San Francisco Unified School District. This year's competition raised $24,000, while the total...

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