MacPlay has announced a new game for Mac OS X and Classic Mac OS. The company will be publishing Fox Interactiveis The Operative*: No One Lives Forever* in the first half of 2002. That game was published for the PC in the last year. From MacPlay:
MacPlay announced today that it has secured the rights to publish Fox Interactiveis The Operative*: No One Lives Forever*. One of the most critically acclaimed first person shooters, the title will ship in the second quarter of 2002, on the Mac OS X and classic Mac OS platforms.
The award-winning game was named "Action Game Of The Year" by PC Gamer, Computer Games Magazine and Computer Gaming World, and has garnered ratings of 5 out of 5 from Computer Games Online and Maxim Online, as well as 9 out of 10 from Happy Puppy and Game Maniacs.
The Operative: No One Lives Forever is a first-person action-adventure in which gamers experience the distinct style and locales of the fabulous 60is in a captivating story of espionage. Taking on the role of Agent Cate Archer, a beautiful but deadly female operative working for an international anti-terrorist organization called UNITY, players are challenged to complete intense assignments in foreign locations throughout the world. Agent Archer must use her charm and espionage training to find a way to stop the outlaw megalomaniacs of the H.A.R.M. terrorist group. In this thrilling spy adventure, Agent Archer must ingeniously use her killer gadgets and weapons to navigate and survive.
Key Features of The Operative: No One Lives Forever include:
- 15 single player missions spanning across 60 levels, which wraps around an original and engaging story of espionage featuring a sexy and sophisticated female operative
- Over 30 unique and ingenious spy weapons and gadgetry, including a missile-launching briefcase, Robotic pheromone poodle, exploding lipstick, lock-pick barrette and lethal acid perfume
- Stunningly expansive outdoor environments and richly detailed animation blending
- Hours of riveting gameplay in diverse and exotic locales around the world, such as Morocco, England, Germany, the American Northwest, the French Alps and even a secret Russian space station
- 20 over-the-top characters and outrageous villains with wry humor and witty dialogue
- Multiplay for up to 16 players. Online gamers can take their chances in an all-or-nothing Good vs. Evil Multiplayer game or go head-to-head in Deathmatch mode
MacPlay has not yet added information about this game to its Web site. As the press release says, the company expects to bring it to market in the 2nd quarter of 2002.