April 2, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] TEMPLE, Texas -- 2 April, 2007 -- Day Late & Dollar Short Software releases "Tri 2: Tri Again", a significant update to its three-themed arcade game featuring the innovative Con-TRI-ption, the tri-geared contraption that roams a triangular arena capturing gracefully drifting targets and avoiding ricocheting tri-pedoes. The revised game sports a sleeker appearance, new game elements (tri-pedoes and gear-shifting, point-tripling spinners), and, fittingly, the music of a waltz playing in the background.
"Tri 2" is a Universal Binary, running natively on PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs under Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later. Until registered (with single-Mac licenses for US$13.33 and multi-Mac discounts available) the game displays scores in Trinary Numbers.
"Tri 2" is a free upgrade for purchasers of Tri version 1.x. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for upgrade information.
- Universal: Now runs natively on PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs
- New game elements: spinners, tri-pedoes, and drifting targets
- New configuration options
- New appearance
- Color-coded score display: score changes color with each "Tri Score" plateau achieved
- Background music ("The Fibonacci Waltz") provided by Ted Froberg
- Automatic update checking
- Free Upgrade: Purchasers of Tri 1.x should contact email@example.com for upgrade information.
Day Late & Dollar Short Software has produced educational, recreational, and widgetational software for the Mac since 1999.