Casual game maker Playfirst on Tuesday announced the release of
three new games for Macintosh — Plantasia, Subway Scramble and Trijinx. Each are available for immediate download as 60 minute demos; they cost $19.95 to register.
In 2005 Playfirst published the enormously popular Diner Dash for Mac — this casual game puts you in the role of a restaurant entrepreneur who has to make sure her customers are served quickly and the place is kept immaculate, starting out with a small diner and working her way up to a five-star restaurant.
All three new games are variations on the action puzzle genre. Plantasia requires you to plant seeds, harvest flowers and restore fountains; Subway Scramble has you guiding subway cars through mazes as you make your way through tunnels all over the world; and TriJinks, subtitled “A Kristine Kross Mystery,” involves exploring ancient tombs as you solve 68 levels.
Playfirst notes on its Web site that it has plans to bring more games to the Mac platform in the future.