John Bardinelli dove in head first to review Ambrosia's latest game Aquaria for JayisGames.com. In this review he discusses the lovely aspects of Naija and the undersea world she lives in. What also is interesting on this post is the 80+ comments from the happy users as they swim through the worlds and sing the verse. John writes: Aquaria is as much about interacting with and exploring the environment as it is telling a story. And it does both with a level of beauty rarely seen in independent games.
ROCHESTER, New York -- December 2, 2008 -- The reviews for Ambrosia's latest underwater adventure game have been flowing in (pun intended), and it seems they all have one thing in common. This game is loved by all who take the time to play it! M. James Peders of www.themacgamer.com has offered very impressive words about this game, that it just had to be shared with the Ambrosia readers.
"Aquaria is quite possibly one of the most compelling, engrossing, beautiful games that I have played in a very long time. This game is smooth like melted butter on toast. It is deeper than the Mariana Trench. It is adventure-gaming crack. It will get you hooked, and you will find yourself staring at the computer, blurry-eyed, hours after you started, still trying to find new caves to explore. Aquaria is that good."
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ROCHESTER, New York -- October 6, 2008 -- David Sparks of MacSparky.com has finished his review of Ambrosia latest audio software WireTap Anywhere. His review has got to be one of the more unique ways in which to describe how the software works. His comparison of an old telephone switchboard station is not only rather apt, but it had the crew here laughing with it's fun visual.
"I've been putting Wiretap Anywhere through its paces now for for several weeks. Processing and redirecting all of this audio did not seem to cause any latency problems for me. Ambrosia knows audio."
To read the review please click on the link below.
ROCHESTER, New York -- September 4, 2008 -- Susie Ochs of Mac|Life picked up her iPhone and fell in love with a game, this game is Ambrosia Softwares Mondo Solitaire. Well, maybe not fall in love, but she did say that the game was the best card game that they had played on the iPhone!
Mondo Solitaire packs 101 games (with tweakable rules for more than 200 total possibilities) into one $10 app.
For variety and polish, it's the best card game we've played on the iPhone yet.
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If you only want to play the top five solitaire games out of the bunch then try out our latest "mondo Top 5 Solitaire"
ROCHESTER, New York -- September 4th, 2008 -- Music, for many people, is like that cup of coffee in the morning; not able to get motivated or moving to deal with the day ahead without having it. Or sometimes it's what is needed to bring the hectic day to a close as you relax at home. Either way, music is a enormous part of society and the lives of everyone. How you get the music is a different story all together, the debate continues on about the methods and the legality there in. Roy Furchgott of the New York Times has recently wrote an article entitled "Free Music Downloads Without the Legal Peril". In his article he offers many view points and states that the simplest option for Mac users to capture audio or songs is Ambrosia Software's own, WireTap Studio!
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