Ambrosia Software has released updates for Snapz Pro, Deimos Rising, Pillars of Garendall, and the Coldstone game engine.
Snapz Pro X, updated to version 1.0.6, brings Jaguar support and a number of new features, including an improved image scaling technology and the ability to isolate window borders. From the Snapz Pro X product page:
Version 1.0.6 released! This new version adds Mac OS X 10.2 (aka Jaguar) support, QuickTime 6 compatibility, ClearScale image scaling technology, performance enhancements, new Window borders for one-click window isolation, and fixes a few minor bugs.
If you have the Apple bundle version of Snapz Pro X, you can upgrade to a full license at a discounted rate here.
Meanwhile, Deimos Rising 1.0.2 features enhancements and fixes some game controller bugs. The Pillars update, also to 1.0.2, fixes some bugs and adds enhancements. The Coldstone engine now features additional capabilities. According to Ambrosia Software:
Ambrosia Software, Inc. has released a minor update to its Mac OS X-native, thumb-blistering action game, Deimos Rising.
This update brings Deimos Rising up to 1.0.2, which fixes some bugs with the game controller implementation under Mac OS X, and has some other enhancements/changes.
Ambrosia Software, Inc. and Beenox have released an update to their epic role playing game Pillars of Garendall that brings the Mac version up to version 1.0.2. This new version contains a few bug fixes and enhancements, utilizing the latest Coldstone engine.
Coldstone, the game authoring engine used to create Pillars of Garendall, was also updated, with the new 1.0.1 version bringing a number of additional capabilities and bug fixes to this power game-creation engine.
You can find more information about these updates at the Ambrosia Software Web site. The updates are free for registered users and full versions are available for Snapz Pro X (US$29 for still image captures, US$49 for movie captures), Deimos Rising (US$20.00), Pillars of Garendall (US$25.00), and the Coldstone game engine (US$49.00).