ROCHESTER, New York -- September 11, 2009 -- You need the top ten uses for bacon: Check. You need the latest dating tips: Check. You want the Top 10 games your office computer can handle: wait, What?
Yes, that's right, the informative site for the male gender, AskMen.com recently had a top ten list of fun games that are easily installed and run on your work machine. (Not that Ambrosia condones the wasting of precious work time to play one of our games...)
And what game came in on their list as #1? DEFCON!
With it's clever "Office Mode" the author realized that DEFCON was "a highly entertaining and addictive title that’s easy to play and will keep you at the office well past five o’clock."
ROCHESTER, New York -- August 25, 2009 -- It seems the trend of most software aimed at podcasting and performers is one of increasing complexity. The racks of hardware once filling the recording studios is being replaced with software that hopes to streamline the process, yet few seem to get it right. That is, until we released Soundboard. From what reviewers like Victor Agreda from The Unofficial Apple Weblog are saying, it appears that Soundboard's simple elegance really does (ahem) strike a chord.
In his review, Victor says:
"Soundboard brings the drag-and-drop ease of desktop computing to the table, and adds several small features that add up. Namely: quick editing and loop controls."
Victor also offers a video review!
ROCHESTER, New York -- August 14, 2009 -- Steven Sande of The Unofficial Apple Weblog found himself struggling at first to find a topic for his Friday Favorites article this week, it only took him but a glance at his screen to realize the answer was right in front of his face. One of his most used apps truly deserved the Friday Favorite choice for this week: Snapz Pro X!
Steve writes: "I literally use Snapz Pro X dozens of times per day for the shots used in many TUAW posts as well as in my work. I've tried other similar packages, but Snapz Pro X remains my favorite"
ROCHESTER, New York -- August 14, 2009 -- This has got to be a first: A broad, comprehensive review of two of our star products being delivered by an avatar of the virtual world.
In an effort to help enhance the experience of his Mac-using Second Life friends, Second Life resident RadarReels posted a brief written review and a 10-minute video demonstrating how to use WireTap Anywhere and Soundboard to insert his voice or any desired sound effects “in world.”
Click here to visit RadarReel’s site, or watch the review here by clicking below.
ROCHESTER, New York -- August 11, 2009 -- Sometimes when we are so focused on our brand-new products, news and awards about others in our stable is that much sweeter! Lately we've been filling our days working with podcasters and musicians as they explore (and love) Soundboard, when out of left field came the news that Multiwinia was just awarded an Editor's Choice award by Mac|Life!
Yes, months after its release Multiwinia is still making headlines. Senior editor Susie Ochs decided to try a little stick-man slaughter, and offered a flowing review of our real-time strategy game.
The bottom line is: Multiwinia’s short matches are packed with strategy fun, with simple controls, endless replayability (especially for $19!), and tons of multiplayer potential.
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