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Briefly: Combat Mission demo, Graphic Node Keynote themes

updated 12:55 pm EDT, Mon May 16, 2011

New Keynote themes from Graphic Node

A free demo of Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy has been made available online, while Graphic Node has launched 10 new themes for Keynote


A free demo for Combat Mission: Battle For Normandy has been launched by Battlefront. Battle For Normandy is a tactical game that attempts to recreate the land warfare in Western France during World War II. The demo release is available for both PC and Mac systems and features three playable scenarios, including a training mission that introduces players to the games controls. The Scenario Editor is also accessible through the demo, however, players will not be able to purchase units, or load/save maps.

Graphic Node release Still Themes collection for Keynote

Graphic Node has announced the release of 10 new themes for Apple's Keynote presentation software. The Still Themes collection features Cherry Blossom, Purple Hint, Clean Space, Fresh Phrase, Lucid Dream, and more. The themes include up to 21 master slides, that provide a mixture of bullet text and photo-orient layouts, as well as matching tables and charts. Support for the five standard slide sizes included in Keynote is also included. Samples of all of the themes can be found on the company's website, while the complete package can be purchased for $19.




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