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December 07, 2007


Those all sound interesting but The Path is the one that intrigues me the most. The artwork you've posted is wonderfully dark and I love the idea behind the game. I'll be keeping an eye out for this one!

I'm very sad that none of these games run on Macs!

Jamie -- you know I think they have a "suggestion box" or a forum on the website where potential players like you can offer suggestions and comments. Let them know a Mac version would be much appreciated!

It figures that I finally read about an online RPG I could really get into, and I can't play it because I own a Mac! But I do understand that as a small company they can't afford to make this a cross platform game. I hope that this will change in the future.

I heard this by Sea Wolf tonight & thought you might be interested, if you haven't already encountered it:

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