ROCHESTER, New York -- January 27, 2009 -- It's always fun to hear from fans of Ambrosia, but there is a bit of excitement when we hear from folks on the other side of the globe. From Aquaria to WireTap Studio, we've worked with our users from every continent (and yes, we actually spoke to a researcher on Antarctica who needed help setting up EV Nova before winter "really set in"). Most recently we were contacted by Mackorisnik.com, a Mac publication from Croatia, wanting to talk about all things Mac, and specifically about Ambrosia's experience as a 15-year veteran Apple developer.
The article is in Croatian, but Roberta Barbaric, who happens to be a big fan of our classic style shooter Apeiron X, also offers the English translation to the question and answer section at the end. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, the text is in blue.
It has been over a week since the final day of the 2009 San Francisco Macworld Expo, where Ambrosia and her crew demoed our latest and greatest. We've spent the last week recovering, answering the emails and messages that piled up during our absence (thank you for your patience, emailers and message-leavers!), and trying to remember why we choose to spend our winters in Rochester, when California's "60 and sunny" January time is oh-so lovely.
As we continue to answer all the emails (and shovel snow), we thought it would be nice to share our experience at the 25th Macworld Expo, which sadly marks Apple's final appearance at this unique community event.
The booth this year was an eye catching design, aimed at featuring five products on its four sides, and creating an open, friendly place in the center for longer conversations or sales. Our artist Marcus really outdid himself with the open design and engaging visuals. From the time the doors opened the first day till the moment the lights went off on Friday, everyone of the crew was lost in a sea of friendly folks asking questions and wanting to see all of our current (and upcoming) products. Your hosts were David, Dominic, Evan, Marcus, John, Thomas, and Kat all wearing our WireTap Anywhere shirts, demonstrating the products, and handing out some very cool swag.
WireTap Anywhere makes it possible to bring audio from any Mac application into any audio editing package. Recognizing that many audio editors have invested significant time and money in learning professional grade audio software, WireTap Anywhere offers the key features of WireTap Studio, Ambrosia's easy-to-use lossless audio editing solution.
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"Stunningly well crafted with a compelling story, beautiful visuals and music, and hours upon hours of action-adventure, Aquaria provides patient gamers with an ocean of depth." ~ Susie Ochs (the review is in the February 2009 issue of the magazine. We'll link to it when it's available online.)
Immerse yourself in the free trial today:
Aquaria for Macintosh is available today for $30 from Ambrosia's online store, with a 30-day free trial version available for immediate download.
ROCHESTER, New York -- December 23, 2008 -- Ambrosia Software and all it's crew would like to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday! To add to the already growing holiday tradition, we have created another holiday special for the Ambrosia NewsBlog readers. First we had "How Hector Stole Christmas" and then we brought you "twas the night before Christmas - Hector Style". This year we bring you a short but sweet classic. "Hector the Red Tailed Parrot".
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