November 21, 2007 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Freeverse Inc., the leading developer and publisher of casual games for the Mac, is proud to announce the relaunch of Macfun.com, and is offering visitors a free copy of their popular game, 3D Hearts Deluxe.
Macfun.com was launched because existing large games sites are Windows focused, and Mac gamers need a place to find the very best games for their Macs. Macfun.com has been designed from the ground-up to make it easier than ever to find the game you are looking for. We are happy to announce the availability of three of the hottest new game titles: Chocolatier, Dream Chronicles, and Diner Dash: Hometown Heroes. New games will be released every week on Friday, just in time for the weekend!
As part of our commitment to making Macfun.com the premier place for Mac games, Freeverse is also providing, completely free, the retail version of 3D Hearts Deluxe, one of the most popular Mac card games available. Macfun.com will always at least one free game available, so visitors should come back often.
Ian Lynch Smith, President of Freeverse said, "I'm excited about the ability of MacFun.com to help bring the latest and best games to the whole Mac community. With the recent success of Apple there's been a tremendous interest in finding easy and fun games for the Mac and there are some absolutely fantastic games out there. Have you tried Chocolatier? Dream Chronicles?!?!"
With over 15 years of experience creating and publishing Mac games, Freeverse is uniquely qualified to provide Mac users with the very best and most entertaining games available today, with an emphasis on games that are fun for the entire family!
Freeverse strives to develop and publish seamless software, with a particular concentration on the Mac OS and the Xbox 360. Our developed and published titles have been honored with more Apple Design Awards than any other company. Our original characters have appeared in TimeDigital, Wired, and Animation World magazines, as well as television commercials for Blockbuster Video. Headquartered in New York City, Freeverse draws upon the talents of artists, programmers and sound designers from around the globe.