Mac game conversion specialists Westlake Interactive recently updated their Web site with news about their work on Medal of Honor: Allied Assault and Clive Barker’s Undying. According to the company, both games have reached the Beta development milestone.
|<?php virtual(“/includes/boxad.inc”); ?>|
“The long awaited horror game Clive Barker’s Undying has begun internal Beta testing, and should be wrapped up over the next few weeks,” said Westlake. “Undying will be published on the Mac by Aspyr Media.”
Clive Barker’s Undying is a first-person shooter/horror survival game based in a haunted Irish mansion. The Covenant family has been cursed and four siblings have come back from the dead to raise a horrible creature called the Undying King. As Patrick Galloway, it’s up to you to save your friend Jeremiah Covenant and to unravel the curse before it’s too late.
Aspyr pleased hardcore Mac gamers when it revealed that it had licensed a Mac conversion of the EA game Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. The first person action game has won accolades in the PC press for its gritty portrayal of World War II-era action, and Westlake has been at work on the title for some time (the game was listed on Westlake’s Project Status Web page under the code-name “Miller”).
Westlake reported, “Medal of Honor: Allied Assault is Beta! Westlake has begun beta testing MOH:AA, and is looking forward to getting the software all polished up and ready to ship out to gamers. We’re planning a very thorough testing period to squash all the bugs we can. The game is playing very well, and Mac gamers should be happy to know we’re well ahead of our original schedule, so a ship date before the original August target looks very probable.”