Gamers Unite! Pioneering digital publisher Telltale Inc. is bringing its lineup of games to Mac starting with critically-acclaimed pirate adventure Tales of Monkey Island.
Which title appears on Apple's platform next is up to the people. Telltale is opening the ballot box at www.telltalegames.com/macgames where Mac devotees can cast their vote for one of three critically-acclaimed series: Sam & Max, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, or Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures. Polls are open until Feb. 21, with the winning game announced the following week and launched on Mac in March.
"Telltale's built up an outstanding catalog of content over the years, and we're looking forward to getting the games to this community to further enrich the increasingly growing, vibrant and technically outstanding Mac platform," said Telltale CEO Dan Connors. "We're big fans of Apple's technology and devices, and we're looking forward to building further from here."
As part of the revolution, new Telltale customers will get both Mac and PC versions of the multi-platform games with a single purchase. Any customers that have bought these titles from Telltale in the past can download the Mac version for no additional charge.
In the five years since Telltale's founding, the company's top caliber internal studio has created and launched more than 30 titles so far on Xbox LIVE Arcade, Nintendo WiiWare and PC. The move to Mac further extends the company's commitment to bringing gaming excellence to the largest possible audiences.
Attendees of this year's Macworld Expo are encouraged to stop by the Telltale booth (#786) Feb. 11-13 to check out the games.
More information can be found at http://www.telltalegames.com/mail/49374813/macgames.
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