MacPlay announced today that its first two entertainment software titles for the Apple Macintosh computer have shipped to resellers and distributors. The two products, Sin Gold and Majesty, should be available on many North American store shelves now.
Sin Gold combines the action of Ritual Entertainmentis Sin with the suspense and drama of the Sin mission pack by 2015, Wages of Sin. In these two adventures, Colonel John R. Blade must unravel two of the most devious plots in the history of Freeport. Sin Gold runs on any iMac or equivalent Macintosh with 64 MB of RAM, and Mac OS 8.6. Rated M for Mature by ESRB.
Majesty, the Ultimate Fantasy Kingdom Simulator, is also available in stores across North America. Game Industry News recently nominated Majesty for the Real-time Strategy Game of the Year in its 2000 Game of the Year Awards. Majesty requires an iMac or equivalent with 64 MB of RAM and Mac OS 8.6. Rated E for Everyone by ESRB.
Pricing information was not made available to The Mac Observer at publication time. You can find more information at the MacPlay web site.