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[ December 21st 2001 ]

Macintosh software conversion specialists westlake Interactive has published its 2001 Year In Review which outlines the companies accomplishments for the past twelve months that includes the release of 12 games for the MAC platform and the development of a video games console, MAC Central reports today.

Collaborating with Aspyr media who act as the companies publishing arm, Westlake Interactive converted and developed MAC versions of Escape from Monkey Island, American McGee's Alice, The Sims: House Party, Tomb Raider Chronicles, and Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force Expansion Pack. MacSoft also kept the U.S. programmers busy with versions of Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year, Monopoly Casino, Centipede, Wheel of Fortune 2 and Jeopardy!

Westlake has also updated more titles than anyone else to support the new Mac OS X including The Sims, The Sims Livin' Large, The Sims House Party, Unreal Tournament, Centipede, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2, American McGee's Alice, Age of Empires II: Gold Edition, Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force, Wheel of Fortune 2 and Jeopardy! 2

Looking ahead for year 2002, Westlake is currently working on Sid Meier's Civilization III and Max Payne and will team up with Aspry Media to convert the silver screen blockbuster Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Other titles include Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Spider-Man. Westlake are also working with Ion Storm Entertainment to port Eidos Interactive's Deus Ex: The Conspiracy to Sony's PlayStation 2 system.

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