The idea of World of Warcraft coming to iOS has been a mythical rumor since the first iPhone hit the first palm of the first user. Years have gone by since that time without a peep out of Blizzard about any sort of iOS development. Today however, we at least got a hint from an inside source that Blizzard could get into iOS development at some point.
Caught cheating in StarCraft 2? Blizzard says that the act of playing StarCraft 2 with any modifications to the game client could be detrimental. According to a statement issued by the gaming company today, any players found cheating will be permanently banned from logging into Battle.net and playing StarCraft 2.
This week's podcast follows four of the Mac|Life editors as they ride the rainbow wave of Apple's awesome hardware announcements. Flo, Susie, Ray and Nic all chime in--sometimes at the same time--about what excites them the most about the new Mac Pro, iMac, 27" Cinema Display, Magic Trackpad, and Apple Battery Charger. Also, there's plenty of talk about Starcraft 2, released today for Macs and PCs everywhere.
Fret not, Mac gamers. Though your PC brethern may be infiltrating your
Twitter feed with inane status updates boasting their Zerg domination,
you can lay low knowing deep in your heart that Blizzard is, allegedly,
developing StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty for both Mac and PC.
Four years ago, Blizzard Entertainment released World of Warcraft, one of the most absorbing, in-depth massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG) to ever hit the market—it currently boasts a subscriber base of more than 9 million players. Now the company is casting more magic with Wrath of the Lich King, the second expansion pack for the ever-growing fantasy universe.
Few games are updated eight years after their release, but few games are as timeless as Blizzard’s classics. StarCraft, Diablo II, and WarCraft III all run on current Macs, even though all but WarCraft III launched before Mac OS X. You don’t even need to keep a pesky CD in the drive to play, making these low-system-requirement titles great for the drive-free MacBook Air. Follow our easy steps to get your original game discs running on a current system--even when you don’t have the discs around.