Aspyr Media on Tuesday announced that it has released Enemy Territory: Quake Wars for the Macintosh. The game costs $49.99.
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is a first person shooter — a multiplayer-focused action game set in the same world where the games Quake II and Quake 4 were set: A futuristic environment where the human race is pitted in a fierce battle against the alien Strogg.
Players participate in objective-based battles where they have to use weapons and vehicles to capture enemy territory. You can fly helicopters and anti-gravity ships, use tanks, quad bikes, and alien walkers and more as you establish new bases, deploy defensive structures, use artillery, radar and other systems to attack and defend your territory.
Players assume one of five different character classes, including soldiers, medics, engineers and more — and can play either as the human Global Defense Force or the Strogg. The game features a variety of different battlefields in tropical, arctic, temperate, urban and desert locations, and can play online (against other human players using either Macs or PCs) or offline (against computer-controlled opponents).
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars requires Mac OS X v10.5.1 or later and an Intel Core 2 Duo processor operating at 2.0GHz or faster. 1GB RAM, 5.5GB hard disk space, ATI Radeon X1600 or Nvidia GeForce 7300 or better 3D graphics card with at least 128MB VRAM (Intel graphics not supported), DVD-ROM.