Freeverse Software today announced the release of
GameSmith v3.3, an update to their Mac OS X-native game matching service. The new version sports new features and improvements, including support for Rendezvous.
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Rendezvous is Apple’s zero-configuration networking technology, introduced with Mac OS X 10.2 “Jaguar.” With Rendezvous support, GameSmith players on the same LAN can find each other without having to resort to manipulating network settings. Chat coloring is now offered, along with enhanced preferences, an Away from Keyboard (AFK) feature, numerous bug fixes and more.
GameSmith supports Freeverse’s various board and card games, along with networkable action titles like Burning Monkey Puzzle Lab and Strange Flavour’s AirBurst (distributed in North America by Freeverse). GameSmith integrates a mySQL database that enables users to track statistics like rank, rating, total wins and losses.
More details and links to downloads are available from the GameSmith Web site.