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TransGaming to Bring I-play Casual Games to the Mac

by , 3:00 PM EST, November 11th, 2008

TransGaming, whose Cider technology enables Spore and many other games to run on the Mac, on Tuesday announced an agreement with Oberon Media's I-play division to bring a variety of casual games to the Mac. TransGaming also announced that Oberon will license the company's SwiftShader graphics rendering software for use with I-play's Dream Day games.

TransGaming will distribute I-play's titles through its GameTree Online digital distribution portal. It didn't say which games would be part of the agreement nor when they would be available, aside from Dream Day First Home, which is on the GameTree web site now.

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