Sadly, most of us have probably sent a couple of truly regrettable
phone calls, texts, or e-mails in our lifetime. And unsurprisingly,
they often have something to do with having one too many Gin &
Tonics. Avoid Embarrassing Drunk-Dials With BDB.
Kids want to grow up fast, but that’s no reason to start them playing World of Warcraft at age 5. Age-appropriate MMO Driving Kids lets them cruise around a friendly city, making friends and playing games. Developer Albymedia, based in Belarus, specializes in “edutainment” software, and Driving Kids was created with the help of teachers and early-childhood development consultants.
Lego Indy packs co-op fun, cute silliness, and occasional frustration. Legos and Indiana Jones are two great tastes that—fortunately—taste great together. If the rousing trumpet theme from John Williams’ classic score leapt to mind as soon as you saw the screenshots on these pages, you really ought to play this game.
Looking back over this series of games on consoles and the PC, it becomes apparent that CSI Crime Scene Investigation has been notable for its mediocrity throughout its first three iterations. And not much has changed for this fourth helping of grisly forensic rummaging.
Apple Mail gets the job done, but there are a few crucial features missing. Rules can sort messages as they arrive, but Mail doesn’t offer much to help you organize messages after the fact. Indev Software’s Mail Act-On is a hugely useful Mail plug-in to do just that and much more.
Spore is packed to the gills with ways to customize creatures. But if the built-in menagerie of animal limbs doesn’t quite add up to the exact critter you want, the Creepy & Cute Parts Pack add-on mixes in a few dozen alternatives.
If most of your time behind the wheel is spent commuting, hauling groceries, or shuttling a bunch of freeloading kids around, FlatOut 2 for the Macs can help you recapture the thrill of get out your frustrations by ruthlessly smashing every car in sight.