Here’s a bunch of cool games for the Mac. Even though research tells us you’ll have
a favorite and compulsively play it 46,658 times.
Pick your poison: Russia’s premier helicopter, the Werewolf, or the U.S.’s 21st-century Comanche.
Either way. you’re a flying fool, with more realism packed into two CDs than a tower buzz at Baghdad
Airport. Motion sickness bag not included. From NovaLogic.
MechWarrior 2 puts you in control of the BattleMech, the awesome 31st-century war machine. Customize
one of 15 Mechs to fight in over 30 challenging missions against enemy Mechs. Ascent the ranks of your clan
to become the ultimate MechWarrior. From Activision.
Heroes brings out the warlord in you – a fantasy/strategy game that puts you in command, recruiting
heroes and their forces to battle up to three human or computer adversaries. What’s at stake? Only the
entire world, as you know it. from New World Computing.
Gabriel Knight. The hero of the spine-tingling “Sins of the Father” scares the living pants
off as once again as he solves this multiple mutilation murder tale, The Best Within. You’ll leave every
light on in the house for a week after this one. From Sierra On-Line.
Never again feel the loss associated with finishing a game of Marathon. The third chapter brings it all
full circle, and Bungie’s own editing tools give you limitless power to create the adventures.
We still recommend retina breaks every 30 hours or so. From Bungie.
Descent II’s new 360° 3-D animation will keep you glued to the screen for hours us you
battle an armada of crazed robots. You’ll tap into a ton of cool, high-tech weaponry and all the wits
and reflexes you can muster as you try to fight off the onslaught. From MacPlay.
Did you know that there’s an actual strategy to going 200 mph? It’s all laid out here, plus you can
race to your heart’s content with no fear of losing your license or melting a crankshaft. IndyCar is
virtual decadence at its self-absorbed best. From Sierra On-Line.
WarCraft II, the best-selling PC game, now explodes on the Macintosh. Take
command of either the ruthless Orcs or the noble humans in your quest to
rule the land of Azeroth. Make powerful new allies, battle terrifying
new creatures, conquer new lands. From Blizzard Entertainment.
Become the omnipotent, godlike and somewhat goofy ruler of your
own kingdom as you determine the final resting place of your
“souls.” Afterlife will have you laughing, or
screaming, or possibly both as you try to figure out what to do with
your new friends. From Lucas Arts.
Full Tilt! Pinball is as real as it gets. A truly realistic
pinball experience on a computer. Accept the challenge
of three mesmerizing pinball tables, each with its
own photorealistic 3-D graphics, incredible sound
effects and accurately modeled ball movement. From
When it comes to cool games for the Mac,® the world is your virtual oyster. (And if you’d ever look
up from your computer for a second, you’d know this.) So, while we’re lucky enough to have your
attention, know this: you can find great Mac software on the web, in pretty catalogs and lots of
great places like Best Buy and CompUSA. In fact, just short of beaming game code directly into your
cerebral cortex via satellite, you can get your hands on the really good stuff almost any way you want.
To begin your obsession with Mac software and to check out all these different ways to buy, get on the
Internet and plant yourself in front of our web site at http://www.macsoftware.apple.com. Or, if you’re
into tradition, call 800-500-4862.
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