ROCHESTER, New York -- April 4, 2009 -- Emerging victorious and still three-dimensional, General Chris Holt (aka Macworld Assistant Editor Chris Holt) has left his two-dimensional troops long enough to award Multiwinia, Ambrosia's latest real-time strategy game with a 4 of 5 mice rating!
General Holt leads with “Cheeky, oddly adorable, and very fun to play, Multiwinia is a strong (if flat) RTS game." and concludes his review by recommending Multiwinia's original look and approachable gameplay. "Overall, this is one of the most memorable strategy games I've played in a while."
ROCHESTER, New York -- March 16, 2009 -- What's small, 2-dimensional, screams when you light it on fire, and won a 5 out of 5 rating on Appletell? No, it's not Gary Coleman, though, at least half of those do eerily fit. What we are talking about is Ambrosia RTS game Multiwinia! Yes that is right, Bill Stiteler of Appletell took command of his armies and went to war, and from the front line he writes a great review of the game.
The author was pleased to state: "Multiwinia’s simple, glowing shapes are oddly beautiful and downright hypnotic at times, making it all to easy to distract you from the explosive battles going on."
ROCHESTER, New York -- March 10, 2009 -- We take a break from the news of our latest game Multiwinia to share that our other award-winning games are still making headlines in the Mac community.
Omaha Sternberg of iGame Radio reviewed Ambrosia's underwater adventure game Aquaria on episode 71 of her show. Omaha was extremely impressed with not only the game play, but the quality of art and music offered by the game, awarding it a 4.7 out of 5!
Click here to listen to the show - Aquaria is mentioned about 26 minutes in.
As a bonus: Do you recognize some of that music played between segments? It's the music from Ambrosia's own El Ballo!
ROCHESTER, New York -- March 6, 2009 -- Word of Multiwinia's Mac release has been marching far and wide, as various news sources have picked up the banner of battle! Download.com, Inside Mac Games, and Macworld have all featured the story, so we're excited to see how fast this game is gaining a fan base.
After we dragged ourselves back into the office after a late night of leading our multi-chromatic stick men into frenzied battle against online Mac and Windows users, we were excited to find that the gamers over at Apple.com/downloads have selected Multiwinia as a Staff Pick on their Games page. It should be noted here that while we aim to win at any cost, victory over Windows players is much sweeter.
Please download Multiwinia and try for yourself:
Darwin is dead. Prepare for war!
ROCHESTER, New York -- February 24, 2009 -- Ambrosia Software's audio capturing and editing software WireTap Studio has recently captured the attention of Jason Parker from CNet's Download.com. On the Download Blog, he describes the versatile nature and ease of use that WireTap Studio allows it's users. From it's ability to offer Live Preview TM to the editing tools at your disposal, Jason gives you a simple and sweet description of how the product works, and why it's quickly becoming one of the industry favorites!
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