Virtual Programming has announced the release of Universal binary updates for its games that have been licensed from Paradox Interactive. Numerous bug fixes and other tweaks have also been made, including the ability to run the games in windowed mode.
Updates are available for Europa Universalis II, Victoria, Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron 2, Hearts of Iron 2: Doomsday and Victoria: Revolutions.
Virtual Programming develops Macintosh conversions of PC games; they’re based in the U.K. Paradox Interactive is a Swedish game developer that focuses much of its efforts on turn-based strategy games set in Europe. Europa Universalis II, for example, is a sprawling game in which you fight for global supremacy from the early 15th century through the Napoleonic Era. Victoria and Victoria: Revolutions let you guide your nation’s development through the era of absolute monarchies through the Industrial Age. Hearts of Iron is a turn-based strategy game that takes place in Europe at the dawn of the second World War.