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21. Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional
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26. FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade (Mac)
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27. Age of Mythology (Mac)
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21. Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional (Mac)
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Asin: B00069E7IQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
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Features

  • Create PDF files with the click of a button from Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Explorer
  • Create a single Adobe PDF document from multiple sources, including portions of Web pages and previously combined Adobe PDF documents
  • Easily attach source documents such as spreadsheets, multimedia files, images, and drawings to an Adobe PDF document
  • Enable anyone with free Adobe Reader 7.0 software to use highlighter, sticky note, pen, and other commenting tools
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22. ReadIris Pro 9 Mac OS X
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Asin: B0000DC3TS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: I.R.I.S.
Sales Rank: 1170
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product!
I was initially drawn to the product for two reasons: one, it runs natively on OS X, and two, with the rebate it was only $25. I've been using OmniPage running under Classic, and this is light-years better, in every way: ease of use, speed, recognition, you name it. I've thrown lots of different kinds of documents at it, and its done exceptionally well.

There are few companies that support OS X, so we're often stuck with second-class software, but not in this case! And given that there's really no other competition, you can't go wrong!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect software!
This product rocks. I scanned a 20 pages pamphlet with my scanner and Readiris converted all the pages into PDF in less than 30 seconds! It would have taken me the whole week-end to retype it! Hardly no mistakes! What baffles me is that it is the only UPDATED OCR software for MacOS! Highly recommended, you can't go wrong! ... Read more


23. Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional Upgrade from Standard Version 4-7 (Mac)
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Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 3915
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  • Create PDF files with the click of a button from Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Explorer
  • Create a single Adobe PDF document from multiple sources, including portions of Web pages and previously combined Adobe PDF documents
  • Easily attach source documents such as spreadsheets, multimedia files, images, and drawings to an Adobe PDF document
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24. Enfocus PITSTOP PROFESSIONAL 6.1 ( PP6.1-SG-001 )

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Publisher: Enfocus Software
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25. Civilization 3: Game Of The Year Edition (Mac)
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Asin: B00008QW6P
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 1951
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Classic long-term strategy game
  • Use combat, science and diplomacy to rule the world
  • Watch out for multiple rivals developing nearby
  • Includes three new maps and other special features
  • For 1 player

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, highly addictive game with few reservations.
This is an incredibly absorbing and eerily lifelike game. When I made a deal with England knowing it was only to buy time so that I would attack them I actually felt guilty.

Some answers to the critics here... Boooring obviously never learned how to play. He should try researching and changing to a more productive form of government. Tank loses to spearmen. Actually that's rare but not unheard of in real life, too and he needs to remember that, although it's represented as a single figure each unit represents a squadron and a badly damaged squadron of tanks might well fall to a health squad of spearmen if they're smart enough to get inside their range and swarm them.

There are a lot of improvements over previous Civ's making the game worth buying. Particularly better trade, better graphics, many more diplomacy options, significant civilization style, attribute and strength differences.

Brickbats.
In many ways the port to Mac is REALLY bad carrying over all the Windows quirks and inconsistencies instead of porting it to a true Mac application e.g. writing their own dropdowns, eliminating the Mac menu and creating their own (with options missing) not using real windows, taking over the whole screen etc...

This game is so good that sooner or later you're going to want the upgrades, Conquests and Play the World and the likelyhood is that you won't be able to get them on the Mac.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good---sort of.
Well the game is pretty cool, but there are a couple of problems i have faced:
1. the game speed is pretty slow, and i have a new computer, powerbook g4, and something like 500 MB(?) of space.

2. You cannot move your guy without holding down the 'fn' key in the lower left hand corner of the keyboard, because the game interprets the left arrow on a G4 powerbook as being a 'page up' key. What i have had to do is just use the mouse keypad for everything involving movement.

other than that, if you got a normal keyboard, the game should be cool. So definetly get this game if you have a desktop, and if you don't mind pointing and clicking, try your luck with a laptop.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Civilization for OS X
If you are using Mac OS X and you want to play Civilization, you want to play Civ III. (Alpha Centauri used to be my favorite "Civ", but it doesn't work as well in OS X/Classic.)
There are enough variables that this game can keep you occupied for months! Because of the way the game is designed, if playing one tribe gets boring, try playing a different on instead. Each tribe has its own advantages and disadvantages.
If you are intimidated by all the variables and complexities, don't give up. Save your game frequently, and if you start losing, you can always replay from an earlier save! This also gives you the advantage of being able to see where your opponents and the resources are. Or try the faqs online on websites like gamefaqs.com. (matt123456789 from Granite Bay, if you still have your copy, try the faqs.)

2-0 out of 5 stars Boooooooring!
The idea of this game is cool, build an empire, make the best army, and conquer the world. Well the game is just BAD. It is really, really slow and you always have to press the space button to end a turn. Another problem is this, you almost always go bankrupt. You end up having to not buy anything and building a ton of mines (and you still dont get much!) There must be a million ways to beat the game, but I've had it for a year and still havn't beaten it yet! I personally don't see how this game won a medal, besides maybe "Most Boring Game On Earth Award". If you like to make armies buy Command and Conquer.

-Matt

4-0 out of 5 stars Really Awesome Turn Based Strategy
This is a really fun game. You get to control an empire, and try and expand your empire. You try and build cities in certain places, where you can get food, gold, etc. Then you try and wipe out other empires and take their cities. It is a really fun strategy game, with really cool people. First you build Settlers, Archers, Spearmen, Workers, then move on to Legionary and Horseman. After that, you start building gunman, then all the way to tanks, and finally stuff like missiles.

One of the really fun things is trading. You get lots of technologs that way, and its really fun ripping people off. For example if someone wants a peace treaty, you can just give them a peace treaty, and make them give you cities, gold, technology, things that make your civillions happy like fur and dye, and other really good stuff.

I highly reccomend playing as Caesar of the Romans, playing on the easiest level (which is still pretty hard) Chieftain, playing on the area with the most land not water, and having your enemys be really bad like the Aztecs and Iraquois, and not the Greeks, Germans, and Russians. This is the best because its the easiest, and when its harder, its less fun, because you get really annoyed because you can't rip people off when you trade, and the other empires will always be taking over your towns a lot more.

To have a good game, you need to start out extremely well. Build a city on your first turn. Then get your worker to irrigate all over the place. Then take your settler, and travel all over the place, until you find agood place with water, and food, and build a city there. Also, when you travel around the land mass, you will find things that look like pots. If you get anyone to go over to them, they will usually give you a technology, but sometimes they will give you a warrior, which suck, but you should use to gaurd a city until you get something better to gaurd it with, and sometimes they will give you gold, and sometimes, the place is desserted.

With your military guys, try and attack guys that are weaker, so your guy will become more skilled, and get more health, so that guy will be harder to beat. Also, don't attack extremely good empires, you will lose. Instead, start war with [*]people, and take over their cities, and use them for your use. Also, when other empires want a peace treaty, rip them off in trading for the peace treaty, and then wait 5 minutes before starting war with them again. Then keep on taking over their cities, until their wiped out, or you keep on ripping them off trading for peace treatys. Let the better empires be until you are really strong. In the mean time, keep on giving them gifts of 10 or 20 gold, if you can.

If your a fan of turn based strategy, get this game. The only annoying things are that

1. Your people can only move once per turn

2. It really pisses you off when your doing really good, and then somes crazy attacks your city and gets it , so you should really start over.

3. It really sucks how if you attack a guy with a spear, and you have a tank, you might even lose!

Overall, its a pretty good game. I would definitely get it. ... Read more


26. FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade (Mac)
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Asin: B0001LUHEW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 857
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Features

  • Track and manage people, projects, images, and data
  • Do more, faster with 30 starter solutions
  • Exchange data with a virtually limitless number of applications
  • Store, track, and archive files and documents
  • Secure data with assigned accounts and privileges

27. Age of Mythology (Mac)
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Asin: B0000AK7C5
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 2597
Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Transport back to a time of monsters, gods, and mortals in this real-time strategy game
  • Guide 1 of 9 ancient civilizations to greatness by commanding all aspects of your empire
  • Gather resources, wage war, establish profitable trade routes, build new settlements, and more
  • Use mythological creatures or call upon the gods as you advance through 4 distinct ages
  • Revolutionary 3D engine provides a realistic, beautiful, and captivating world

Reviews (255)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful
This game delivers the awesome gameplay that RTS players have come to expect from the age of series. This one features three races, each capable of following a divine allignment of their choice, and to create mythical creatures, heroes and regular soldiers. You can also summon acts of god. To pay for your mythical units, you must do different things for each race; pray, build and kill.

As for the graphics, the AOM team took the road to 3D with reasonable success. The graphics are pretty, and look especially spectacular when you have large forces battling each other on screen. The terrain and units are very detailed, and the animations are very impressive and fun to watch, making this very pleasing to the eye.

As for the campaign, the story keeps you fasinated with a story as good as the amazing one in Warcraft III.

Rounding up, I think that this game is well worth your purchase, and a worthy member of the Age of series.

2-0 out of 5 stars Mythology should be spelled "Empire"
While at the mall, I was pretty bored of most strategic games. So I picked up Age of Mythology thinking I would be treated to a great gift. But now I have mixed feelings for the game.

It is just like ages of empires. The resources are the same and gathering them are the same. But there is a new one called favor. To buy myth units or certain upgrades you need favor. For the Greeks you pray at a temple, Egyptians build monuments, and Norse fight. The Greeks are basically the regular race. The main one in the game. They are okay, but kinda boring after a while. The Egyptians have cool god powers, and do not really need to chop wood for any reason. The Norse are the best, they have the best units and can build quickly with their army. While playing online, Norse always dominate because they build several fortresses right outside your town then attack. Because Norse build buildings with their infantry, they have a huge advantage. But their godpowers are not that great compared to the other races.

God powers are given to you when you advance an age. If you advance to a new age you get to pick a minor god to worship, and each god has its own god power. Most of the god powers are kinda lame, and you can just waste. Zeus has a lighting bolt which kills one unit, but does not kill main units in the story, so it has no point. The only good ones are meteor, tornado, plenty vault, and earthquake. Meteor and tornado are the best Egyptian god powers, because they decimate areas of buildings. Earthquake and plenty vault rock. Earthquake belongs to the Greek and totally destroys every building in an area. Plenty vault also belongs to the Greek and provides a steady resource flow.

But the fighting gets old. The unit selection is awesome, but still, norse will win. Norse have the best units and just rock. Egyptian do not need alot of wood, so they can be good. Greek needs everything and the only rewarding experience is the 2 god powers I mentioned above. If you truly love ages of empire you can like this game. Most missions result in you killing one unit, then going on to the next mission and rebuilding your base all over. So the campaign gets really frustrating. Especially on moderate where the attacks are constant. In all seriousness, if you want to buy this game go ahead, but please wait till it is on sale.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Expansion
The Titans Expansion is the add-on to Age of Mythology. It provides a load of new features, including a fantastic campaign featuring the Titans of Tartarus. You play as Kastor, the son of Arkantos, (hero of the Age of Mythology campaign), to rid the world of the Titans escaping from Tartarus. Throughout the campaign, you have to use strategy to defeat the large, hulking Titans with massive HP and attack numbers.

There is also a new civilization introduced in the Titans, the Atlanteans. The Atlanteans are different from the rest of the civilizations in many ways. For example, the Atlanteans gain favor from their Town Centers, quite like how the Egyptians gain favor from building monuments. Also, their villagers gather and build much more quickly than other civilizations, but at a cost. They are more expensive and require a longer period of time to train. However, citizens can be transformed into Heroes by the click of a button, (and quite a bit of resources). When you choose the Atlanteans, you worship one of three gods, Kronos, Gaia, or Oranos. Each of them have unique powers that greatly benefit your civilization. Kronos has a power that lets you Time Shift your buildings, literally uproot one from the ground and transport it to another place within your line of sight. Oranos lets you build Sky Passages that can transport your troops and citizens across all sorts of terrain. And finally, Gaia creates Lush around all of her buildings, making it so that no enemy can build there. Also, some Atlantean god powers can be used more than once such as Shockwave. Shockwave stuns enemy units in a certain area and can be used three times. However, to use it again, you must wait for a certain period of time, which varies which each god power.
A few reasons I like this expansion is because of the new campaign, the new random maps it introduces, the changes to the Scenario Editor, the new god powers, and the Titans. Yes, the Titans. The Titans are the massive creatures that can win or lose a game. First, you must advance to the Titan Age and build a Titan Gate, which takes a very long time to build. Then, your mighty Titan will be summoned to wreak havoc on your enemy. Overall, I believe that the Titans Expansion is an excellent addition to Age of Mythology.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent game
Age of Mythology is a great game! You take control of a civilization and lead it through the ages, creating vast armies and villagers to help gather four resources, food, wood, gold, and favor. There are three different civilizations, the Norse, Egyptian, and Greek, that all offer a different type of play. For instance, you can act as Zeus, the mighty Greek god, or play as Isis, an Egyptian goddess. There are also magnificent god powers at your disposal like a mighty earthquake that can shatter buildings or a tremendous lightning storm that can blow up armies! There is a stunning 36 scenario campaign with excellent cutscenes and a fantastic plot. And after you beat the campaign, there is always the joy of Random Map and playing online. In Random Map, there are many different terrains from Acropolis to Watering Hole that all offer different strategies to use. A new addition to Age of Mythology from Age of Empires is the use of myth units. Myth units can easily kill regular human soldiers, but watch out, heroes like Odysseus and Achilles can easily cut through myth units. One reason I loved this game is because of the diversity it offers. There are nine different major gods you can worship, three from each civilization. Also, each time you advance to the next age in a game, you choose to worship another god, (minor god), which grants you certain mythological units and a god power. Overall, this game is possibly the best ever PC game created.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as Age of Empires
I really looked forward to this game, but a lot of it is bells and whistles with less substance and staying power than AOE. Sure the graphics are amazing, Whales and other sealife swim just beneath the surface of a lovely ocean, all of the new creatures look great and the Atlantean scenario is fun. But, when you are done with that, once or twice, the random scenarios get pretty boring. What happened to the random map generator? I could play AOE for hours, days even, and always be suprised by the landscape layout. I don't play against other people, so maybe that makes it more interesting, but that is one of the things I like about AOE, it is engaging single player stategy game that while remaining familiar enough to get really good at always offers variety. AOM is more of a power packed creature/hero slugfest. ... Read more


28. TurboTax State Multi-State 2004 Win/Mac
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Asin: B00062AL06
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intuit, Inc.
Sales Rank: 34
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Features

  • Step-by-step guidance for completing state taxes
  • Asks simple questions and completes state-approved forms
  • Transfers data automatically from TurboTax federal return
  • Automatically performs all calculations for convenience
  • Double-checks for errors and omissions

29. equinux iSale (Mac)
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Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: ASPYR MEDIA INC
Sales Rank: 552
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30. Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional (Mac)
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Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 3565
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Amazon.com Product Description

Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional software allows business, creative, and engineering professionals who work with graphically complex documents to exchange business-critical documents accurately and efficiently. Convert any document to Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF), and with one click from Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Project, as well as from Microsoft Visio and AutoCAD, preserve document layers.

Combine multiple documents—including large-format technical drawings and page layouts—into one compact Adobe PDF file in a single step. Automatically initiate and manage document reviews using intuitive electronic tools. Create forms that can be exchanged with colleagues and customers, and archive your project files as searchable Adobe PDF files.

View, navigate, and comment on large-format documents with tools that eliminate the need for paper-based reviews, making it faster and easier to meet critical deadlines. Streamline proofing cycles with robust tools that let you automatically track, manage, and incorporate electronic feedback. View detailed artwork or large-format documents with intuitive navigation tools. Output PDF/X-compliant files, and help eliminate surprises at the printer by preflighting files and previewing and printing color separations. ... Read more


31. Railroad Tycoon 3 (Mac)
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Asin: B0002X9A1U
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 542
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Game I Have Ever Played
This is an awesome game. I played with it for hours on end

4-0 out of 5 stars There is one gotcha
Be aware that RT 3 _requires_ 32 MB of graphic memory. You can't run it on early PowerBooks for example. It also strongly prefers a 2- or 3-button mouse.

4-0 out of 5 stars A good update, but hardly a new game
After anxiously waiting for a Mac release of Railroad Tycoon 3, I find that it's a much-needed upgrade of Railroad Tycoon 2. However, that's really all it is -- I'd be tempted to call it Railroad Tycoon 2.5 rather than 3. There are probably enough changes to track building and industries to warrant a new version number, but other than that and a few interface changes, RT3 is essentially the same game as RT2.

The most obvious difference is in the graphics. The new 3-D engine is fantastic. You can actually watch the side rods of most of the steam engines go round and round. Tracks are a bit high off the ground, which is a little distracting at first, but overall the graphics are a huge improvement.

Track laying is substantially improved from the previous version of the game, as well. Most significant is the return of tunnels, one of the most maligned omissions in RT2. You can also build a bridge over another railroad or duck under an existing bridge, a feature fans of this game series have long wished for.

Gone is the grid with its limitations of tracks at only eight angles. You can now create smooth, sweeping curves at any angle you please. That said, the gradients could use some tweaking. Particularly annoying are the ramps leading to bridges. It's silly to have a 3% grade just because you're crossing a river. Likewise, I found it very difficult to create a railroad in even slightly hilly terrain that didn't resemble a roller coaster. And don't think this is a model layout design aid, either. It's impossible to force tracks to go where you want them.

Maintenance shops and service towers are now separate elements. You can't place a service tower at a depot and have a locomotive serviced while it's making its station stop. This hurts the game's realism a bit and can be annoying if, like me, you're used to the old style station expansions. The good news is that such facilities can be placed anywhere, even where there's no station, and you can demolish them to save money when they are no longer useful.

The construction and demolition tools aren't all that intuitive. To bulldoze a building, for example, you have to enter the track building interface and select the bulldozer. And industry construction is done from the station building interface. No doubt this was done to minimize the number of tool buttons in the main interface, but it feels klunky -- especially if you're used to the old RT2 interface.

While access to the controls has changed somewhat, most of the core game controls will look extremely familiar to anyone who's played RT2. Building and changing train consists works essentially the same way as in RT2, with a few excellent additions. One major change is the "auto manage" option which autmatically sets the train's consist depending on what loads are available at the station. You can select the minimum and maximum number of cars on each train, and select whether the train will carry any kind of car, just freight cargoes, or just express cargoes. You can also manually control the trains' consists. For more realism it would be nice if passenger cars were always placed together in the consist, but I'll admit that's picking a very small nit.

A couple of very handy shortcuts have also been added to train building, including the ability to copy trains. Mac users will find this process rather klunky and very un-Mac-like, but at least it's there and works. One new feature I really like is the ability to replace locomotives based on their class or age. This comes in very handy for keeping your locomotive fleet current. There's also a checkbox which will make the consist the same at all stations in the train's route. Beware, though -- the change happens as soon as you check the box and isn't undoable by unchecking the box!

The economy and stock market works essentially the same as it did in RT2. You can buy and sell shares of your railroad or your competitors, set your company's dividend, sell bonds, and sell stock. Selling stock is just as useless for raising money as it was in the previous version, even though you're now allowed two sales of stock per year instead of just one. You also still have to have a good credit rating to sell a bond.

I haven't gotten into the map editor yet, but from reading the manual, RT3 seems to have the one limitation I was afraid it would have -- you can't use maps from RT2. With the huge number of user-built maps from RT2, this is probably the biggest disappointment in the entire game. It's understandable, however, given the number of changes made to the industries and track building. Still, some sort of conversion utility would be nice for map developers so we don't have to start from scratch.

All in all, this is a fair upgrade over the previous version of the game. I'm not all that sure that this version was worth either the wait for the Mac port or the $45 price tag, but now that I have it I certainly won't be getting rid of it! ... Read more


32. Star War Battlefront (Mac)
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Asin: B0006B64V2
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Lucas Arts Entertainment Co. LLC
Sales Rank: 566
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33. Apple Remote Desktop 2.2 Unlimited Client

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Manufacturer: Apple
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34. Rise Of Nations: Gold (Mac)
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Asin: B0002ITT84
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 2793
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Challenge up to 8 players on the Internet or via local area network
  • Lead 1 of 24 diverse nations in this epic, historical, real-time strategy game
  • Engage in 5 single player campaigns and over 130 scenarios
  • Brings to life 6,000 years of history from the ancient age to the information age
  • 6 new nations, 4 unique single-player campaigns, 20+ original units, and more

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Freezes Up for no good Reason
The game looks good. But, it doesn't run well. It is seriously buggy.

On a G4 with 1Gb of memory running 10.2.8, the game starts up, but then freezes when I attempt to lay track. Contacted MacSoft, looked up bugs on their site --- NOTHING.It would be great if it worked.

4-0 out of 5 stars Impressive
An impressive strategy game for the macintosh platform.It could stand a new version with better graphics, unscaled buildings, and in general much larger scale.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre at best
When I bought this game, I didn't realize it was just another version of Age of Empires. The game now advances to the modern age and other than some graphic upgrades, the game is unchanged. Big disappointment since I've been playing Age of Empires for some time. Now you know.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great strategy game
If you have played the following strategy games you will definetly enjoy this one: Civilization III,Age of Empires and Age of mythology. The game has the most in common with Civilization and Age of Empires. But it's got way better graphics. it also offers a variety of 9 diffrent civilizations to play with. I am a big strategy game fan and even if this is your first strategy game your bound to like it. A great thing about this game is it's time scale. you get start from acient times and end in the information age. Another great part of the game is the distinct differences between the different civilizations and how each one has it's advantages and disadvantages. REALLY GOOD GAME :). ... Read more


35. Hemera Big Box Of Art 800,000 DVD (Mac)
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Asin: B00009XFRK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Hemera Technologies, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1311
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Nearly a million digital images for your personal use, on 8 DVDs
  • Hundreds of thousands of fully scalable vector clip art images & illustrations
  • nearly 400,000 images and graphics designed for the Web, andnow available to you
  • 1,500 animations you can add freely to any Web page, presentation or other project
  • Take advantage of Photo-Objects - the pre-masked set of photographic objects you can add with drag-and-drop simplicity

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good solid collection on DVD
This may be the only collection a smaller designer or hobbyist may ever need, as it's so dang HUGE. The interface is pretty good for searching through this monster, and automates the easy export to a wide variety of formats for various uses.

It's important to note that despite the "media" statement at the top of this page, this is on DVD, not CD-ROM; which is a good thing, as the 30GB of pictures would take up nearly 50 CDs, weight a ton, and need a much bigger box!

5-0 out of 5 stars 800K is enough.
Need clip art? Then get this. It has nearly everything it seems. I searched for "cabinet" and there were an amazing amount of cabinets. It is just a wonderful set of art for a small price. People who do web design will love this product. The search engine is pretty good. I needed to download the patch though, since the search engine kept crashing. ... Read more


36. MYOB AccountEdge 2005 Network Edition (Mac) - 3 User

our price: $379.99
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Asin: B0006LCH18
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MYOB US
Sales Rank: 2952
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37. MicroSpot Interiors (Mac)
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B0006VC3VW
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: MICROSPOT LTD
Sales Rank: 2300
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Features

  • Create a complete room layout -Draw 3-D walls with proper thickness and height as easily as you can draw a single line
  • Place object simply, anywhere along your plan -- just drag it and drop it
  • Select from a huge assortment of doors, windows, furniture, and cabinets included in the object library
  • Use basic drag-and-drop actions to apply the right colors and textures to your new interior
  • Easy, intuitive interface for applying textures to objects

38. ACDsee 7.0 Photo Management
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0006AAOKU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: ACD Systems
Sales Rank: 1674
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Features

  • Powerful photo manager for finding, organizing, and editing photos
  • Create quality prints or Flash and PDF slideshows
  • Instantly share pictures online or via cell phone
  • Edit photos and convert file formats like a professional
  • Print high-quality photos; keep photo collections safe

39. Route 66 Route USA 2004 (Mac)
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Asin: B00013MS7O
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Route 66
Sales Rank: 477
Average Customer Review: 2.39 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Door-to-door route planning for the United States and Canada
  • Over 7,300,000 miles of road; 4,000,000+ points of interest
  • Over 6,500,000 streets; 75,000,000+ house numbers
  • GPS-compatible; new up-to-date maps
  • Multi-lingual user interface including Spanish

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product With Some Need For Improvements
This product isn't perfect, but it's quite good considering this is the first time I've seen it and could not find any mapping software for OS X a year ago.

The interface is a little strange, but once you get used to it, it seems fine.

The detail of the maps seems very good, although some out-of-the-way small towns (with a few hundred people) may have little to no detail. It did, however, find two addresses that Yahoo Maps and MS Streets had no record of, which I thought was impressive.

One thing that most mapping software is horrible at is printing options -- the options for Route 66 I thought were very good.

The redraw speed while *scrolling* (not zooming in/out) was a little slow and could probably be easily fixed with an update that cached surrounding map details better. No matter how much detail I had turned on or what my zoom level was, it never took more than 1.5 seconds to redraw while scrolling. This may depend on how fast your computer is and how much memory you have -- I have 1.1gb of RAM and Route 66 was using 212mb according to "top" (command line resource reporter).

The GPS compatibility is nice, but haven't tried it yet -- I need to find a USB cable for my eMap GPS.

This software is very much worth supporting since I know of no other mapping software for the Mac currently and this software costs $35-$40. In my opinion, it's worth every penny of the $40 I paid for it.

1-0 out of 5 stars 3 thumbs down
i was a user of MS streets and trips, and belive that it was the one thing MS did correctly and i am shocked to say that not only is the mac competition (RT66) lacking, but simply not worth using. RT66 makers should be ashamed and do not deserve to be among mac and its usual integrity.

2-0 out of 5 stars Pretty awful...
I recently switched to Mac from PC and so I'm coming from a background of MS Streets and Trips, and Autroute.

In comparison to the MS offerings, the Rt66 product are, well, kind of a joke. I purchased both the US and European versions (they're the only game in town for Mac.)

The maps are drawn (slowly) in such a way that they are quite unclear. They are also kind of incomplete. It couldn't find my old house (11 years old) only the street. It doesn't even know the 4 year old subdivision I live in exists.

Smaller towns are really hard to find. I searched for Carrie, Idaho (near Sun Valley) and the search engine came up empty. So I scrolled over to where I know it is and finally found the name of the town spread out over a general area and superimposed with another word in the same font.

From an overview position on the map, there was no indication at all where exactly the town was. I knew, though, so I zoomed in on the area. It took until I was at a 2000 foot distance before the streets began showing up. Street names didn't appear until 500 feet. If that doesn't mean anything to you, think about reading a map with your nose an inch from it.

So, in a nutshell, if you know exactly where a town is and are familiar with all the streets, you may be able to find it on their map. How useful...

How did MS Streets do? It found Carrie immediately, displayed it clearly, and showed all the streets from an impressive distance.

Overall, a pretty dismal product. I'm looking into a Windows emulator to allow me to run Streets and Autoroute, but I'm guessing that it'll be too much trouble and I'll just suffer with these. If anyone out there is a programmer--here's a nice opportunity for you...

2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre
I bought this software because, well, it was the only one available for OS X. This is beta stage software at best - it doesn't tend to crash, but the UI is really poor. It is as if 12 different people wrote different pieces of the program and then tried to cobble them together. Nothing is very intuitive, and things that should be simple are cumbersome. The routes are sometimes often adequate, but not infrequently poor choices or just wrong. For instance, I tried to plot a route from Durham to Salisbury, MD. I had a nearly impossible time 'forcing' it to choose the most logical/shortest/fastest route. It continually tried to send me 100 mi. out of my way. Even when I roadblocked all of the roads it wanted to send me on, it sent me 250 mi out of my way rather than the most direct route.
I hope this software improves. If the company is motivated, it could be the basis for a really good program. However, any company that would put something this haphazard on the market with almost a complete lack of documentation AND no competition is unlikely to put much effort into this. After all, why should they?

In summary, if you need a map program for your mac that has a lot of points of interest, a good database of roads (although poor search engine), GPS input capabilities, doesn't require a CD in the drive, and 35 bucks doesn't seem like too much for slow, unintuitive, occasionally counterintuitive information and interface, go for it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Printing problems!
I must concur with the previous review. The mapping software is really quite good and shows much promise; but there is a major bug in the software. It will *not* print directions - only an overview map of your trip! Very odd. I thought this might be a problem unique to my G4 Powerbook, but I encountered the exact same problem on a desktop and another more up to date Powerbook.

Again, to echo the other reviewer: Route 66 software is on the right track, but this piece of software is *certainly* not past a beta testing stage and shouldn't be offered as a fully functioning, full-priced product.

If and when they iron out the kinks, they'll be cooking with gas. ... Read more


40. MYOB Accountedge 2005 (Mac)

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Asin: B0006LC5JC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MYOB US
Sales Rank: 2346
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