GameRanger Technologies has released
GameRanger 3.1, a new update to the popular Mac-only online gaming service. The new version will be automatically downloaded and installed the next time GameRanger users connect to the service.
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GameRanger 3.1 features support for “unofficial” new games, including MacGLQuake and MacGLQuakeWorld, as well as Fruitz of Dojo’s implementations of Quake, QuakeWorld and Quake II (all are based on open source code releases of the Quake engine technology). Support for the unofficial OS X “preview” of Unreal Tournament has been added, too.
New options and preferences have been added, and major changes have been made to the Game View to help simplify and eliminate the hierarchy. Other changes and fixes have been made as well — for full details, read the documentation included with the download.
GameRanger is a popular service that enables Mac gamers to join and host games, as well as to chat with each other online. The service also supports directory listings of popular external multiplayer game servers. Introduced more than three years ago, GameRanger has garnered more than 100,000 user registrations and supports more than 100 Macintosh games.