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Ambrosia bringing Aki Mahjong to iPhone

06/06, 5:05pm

Aki Mahjong for iPhone

Ambrosia is currently adapting its first iPhone game, Aki Mobile Mahjong, and is running a closed beta test as it works to release the game. Little is revealed on Ambrosia's development page, but it has already said that it is making use of Core Animation to select between levels, as well as EDGE and WiFi to download new levels. Aki Mobile Mahjong will also allow players to pause the game to take a call, and when the game is relaunched, they will be right where they left off.

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Aki Mahjong updated to Universal Binary

05/26, 9:05pm

Aki Mahjong UB update

Ambrosia recently announced the re-release of Aki Mahjong Solitaire 1.2 as a Universal Binary application, allowing users to play the tile-based game natively on Intel Macs. The new version also introduces the company's revamped registration system, as well as several improvements to the interface, gameplay, and several bug fixes. Ambrosia is selling Aki Mahjong Solitaire for $20, with both a free trial and free update available as well.

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Deliver2Mac: Metris IV, MangaJongg for download

02/15, 7:50pm

Metris IV and MangaJongg

Deliver2Mac today unveiled two Runesoft game titles for download, Metris IV and MangaJongg. Metris IV is a Japanese art-inspired game that offers several different game modes to fans of Tetris-style games. Classic mode offers traditional game play, while New Art adds Jokers and other tile types to the mix. Colors challenges players to arrange tiles by color. The Ruins game type contains bits of rubble that the player must work around, while Ghost mode makes new tiles and lines appear to pressure the player when they play slowly. Metris is available for $20 from Deliver2Mac's website.

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PocketMac unveils four games for stress relief

12/20, 4:55pm

PocketMac games lineup

Information Appliance Associates recently unveiled four new games for Mac users, designed to give adults a "recess" to look forward to in their work day. IAA says that these four games are the beginning of a new product line that allows adults to take a stress relieving break in their work day. The first four games are as follows: PocketMac LunarMines, PocketMac Tic-Tac-Toe, PocketMac Hangman, and PocketMac TaiwanTiles. IAA is currently selling the games through its website, and each title ranges from $10 to $20.

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