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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Multiwinia Announced

Interoversion has announced a forthcoming multiplayer version of Darwinia, named Multiwinia. Blue has the complete press release, but here's a snippet:

The self-proclaimed 'last of the bedroom programmers', Introversion Software, confirmed rumours today that they are working on a multiplayer version of their hit title Darwinia for the PC. Multiwinia will combine elements of the award-winning Darwinia, with the addition of multiplayer support which will enable both co-operative and competitive battles between massive Darwinian armies. As well as the traditional single player mode, Multiwinia will offer a series of separate game modes, each with a number of unique levels offering a variety of new challenges.

How FairPlay Works

RoughlyDrafted Magazine has an article up titled How FairPlay Works: Apple's iTunes DRM Dilemma. This article is a very nicely written exploration of the how the Fairplay DRM system works, and why Apple is so intent on keeping it secret, and the price Apple pays for using DRM.

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