MacCentral reported that Westlake Interactive had updated the status of a couple of projects currently in development: Medal of Honor Allied Assault and Clive Barker’s Undying, two games to be published by Aspyr Media once they’re complete. That’s not all the Westlake crew has been working on — a new public “preview” version of Unreal Tournament is now available for Mac OS X.
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Unreal Tournament is the popular first-person action game from Epic Games. While the game enables you to play “bots,” or computer-controlled opponents, the title has been optimized from the ground up for online challenge too. It remains a popular diversion for Mac and PC gamers alike long after its initial release.
The new version of Unreal Tournament is still in development, and it’s being done for free by Westlake as time permits them between other paying gigs. The Mac OS X support for Unreal Tournament has been steadily improving as Westlake president Glenda Adams is able to apply to this project what she’s learned from other Unreal Tournament engine-based efforts.
Changes in Unreal Tournament X Preview 3 include: mouse control should be much better. Sensitivity should be similar to OS 9. mouse wheels and up to 3 mouse buttons should be active line through menu textures fixed
Please bear in mind that as a “Preview” version. This build is being released without support, so make sure to read the accompanying documentation thoroughly before running the update or the software.
You can download the new Unreal Tournament X Preview 3 update
from Macgamefiles.com. The update requires either Unreal Tournament build 436 or Unreal Tournament Game of the Year Edition in order to work.