Awem studio brings its new hidden object game to the Apple Macintosh line of personal computer
Mogilev, Belarus, June17, 2010 - Awem studio, the developer of such titles as Romance Of Rome, Cradle Of Rome, Star Defender 1-4, announces the release of its new hidden object game Golden Trails: The New Western Rush for the Apple Macintosh line of personal computers. The game is available for a free trial play or paid download exclusively on the developer's web site www. awem.com.
Golden Trails: The New Western Rush jets the player to a small Wild West town to solve an impertinent bank robbery. In hot pursuit of the offender, the player will scour gold mines, American Indian settlements and dusty ranches, visit typical western towns, Grand Canyon, Saloon and more.
“Our entire team rallied behind bringing Wild West romance to a casual game,” said Oleg Rogovenko, Awem studio’s CEO. “In addition to item searching and over 32 intriguing locations, we focused our efforts on variety of tasks: sheriff's badges and stolen things throughout the game; two game modes and the secret mission; shooting gallery mini game; exclusive trophies with the possibility to synchronize them with an awem account.”
A free trial version of Golden Trails: The New Western Rush can be downloaded from the developer's web site: http://www.awem.com/mac-golden-trails:-the-new-western-rush.html
Pricing and Availability
Golden Trails: The New Western Rush runs on Mac OS 10.4/10.5/10.6 and requires Processor 1.83 GHz, 1 GB RAM. A single-user license costs $9.95 (USD).
About Awem studio
Awem studio, an independent game development company, was founded in 2002 with the sole mission of developing high quality casual PC and Mac Games for the whole family. The company has established itself as the premier casual game developer in Eastern Europe. Its superior titles include Romance of Rome, Cradle of Rome, Cradle of Persia, Star Defender 1-4 etc. which have delighted millions of families across the world.