UK-based Mac game publisher
recent released a demo to its forthcoming game Worms Blast, and has also provided a status update on several projects in the works.
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First of all, Feral confirms it updated its Website store to be Safari-friendly, so if you’ve had trouble using the e-store with Apple’s new Web browser, it should be okay now.
Feral also announced that Warrior Kings, now in development for the Mac at Zonic, has gone beta. Warrior Kings is a 3D real-time strategy game set in a medieval fantasy world where you rule a kingdom by building castles, harvesting resources, deploy troops and other units, and more. Feral expects to ship Warrior Kings in the second quarter of 2003.
Feral also announced two new special game compendiums called Big Blue Box and Big Red Box. Big Blue Box comprises the Bungie-made combat action game Oni, the theme park simulation Theme Park World, the soccer management title Championship Manager 00/01, and the auto racing game Racing Days R. Big Blue Box costs £30, US$40 and €40.
Big Red Box, meanwhile, includes the banana republic strategy game Tropico, the arcade-style puzzle action game Sheep, Championship Manager 01/02 and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? (And if you’re buying it in Europe, you’ll get Descent 3 instead of Millionaire.) That collection costs £40, US$60, or €60.
Last but not least, Feral said that it’s working on Championship Manager 4, the latest major version of the enormously popular football/soccer game management simulation. Feral said that it’s targeting a simultaneous PC and Mac release, with a demo version to be released in mid-March.