Ambrosia Software has released an update to
Redline, its driving game for Mac OS X. Free for registered users, Redline costs $25. A playable demo is available.
Redline lets you race various cars on tracks ranging from desert canyons to city streets. The game featured varied weather, realistic physics and support for gamepads and other game controllers. It also sports network play.
Redline has been updated to support the Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard” WWDC developer release, and now supports separate axes for gas and brake input, if the controlling device supports it. Plug-in cars can specify a custom model for brake calipers, and bug fixes and enhancements have been made.
Users will need to upgrade to 1.0.4 to maintain online compatibility.
Redline requires Mac OS X v10.2.8 and is a Universal binary.