updated 09:40 am EDT, Tue June 13, 2006
Three PlayFirst games
PlayFirst today announced the availability of Mac-compatible versions for three titles from its casual games portfolio: Plantasia, Subway Scramble and TriJinx: A Kristine Kross Mystery. In Plantasia, players "enter the magical gardens of a rundown mansion to find an enchanting world of gardening delight. Players plant seeds, harvest flowers, restore fountains and watch their gardens bloom. Insects, weeds and the clock all conspire to make this green-thumbed game a fun-filled floral challenge!" Subway Scramble is a fast-paced thinking puzzle puts players at the switch guiding train cars through miles of mazes as they tunnel their way through the subways of New York, London, Paris, Moscow and Seoul.
Finally, in TriJinx, players join Kristine Kross, adventurer, world-traveler and puzzle-master, as she winds her way through a mysterious labyrinth of ancient tombs in search of her missing father. "Uncover the chilling secret as you puzzle your way through 68 unique levels and unlock the ancient gates of TriJinx. Each game is available as a 60-minute demo. The full titles are $20 each.