GameRanger goes Universal

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GameRanger, the popular Mac game finding and chat service, is now available as a Universal binary. The version 4.6 release is in circulation; GameRanger users will be automatically updated on their next connection.

GameRanger is used by commercial, shareware and freeware games as a game matching service — GameRanger users can join or host online games, access master lists of servers, and chat with each other. The service is offered in a basic free form or a premium tier that provides additional capabilities, such as in-game voice chat, a ranking system, buddy list groups and more.

Besides Universal binary support for PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, GameRanger 4.6 also contains several other changes, including support for Age of Empires III, Civilization IV: Warlords and Imperial Glory, improved network transport system for games including Raven Shield, Unreal Tournament 2004 and Quake, and more.

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