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Ares 1.0 (Demo)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
ares_demo.sit (12.03 MB)
For Mac OS 9
Guides on emulating older applications

I don't know if really it's a Demo... But now, in, ARES FOR MAC OS 9!

Architecture: PPC


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by CredeDalton - 2013, December 15 - 11:58am

I thought ares was for ****ing windows... Is this fake?

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by Sfiera - 2011, November 1 - 3:33am

FYI, I've created a version of this page with correct information at This page is in the wrong location and has almost no correct information on it (aside from what bertyboy quoted below). The one problem is that I couldn't re-upload the 1.0/1.1.0 download posted here; Ambrosia's site only provides 1.2.0. If someone else could give it a try, I'd be much obliged.

One major piece of information the new page includes is that the game is now open source and the port runs on OS X.

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by MadMac - 2011, June 11 - 5:25am

Really cool game. This pack contains the demo and the complete game... (humm...version 1.2 still being sold at ambrosiasw . com)

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by bertyboy - 2011, June 11 - 2:39am

For those unable to use Google to find out more about this epic game, from cnet:

After a successful mission to establish friendly contact with an advanced alien species, the humans of the ship Apollo 2000 learn that Earth has been invaded and occupied by the Cantharan Order, a zealous alien civilization on a crusade to conquer "primitive" cultures (see screen shot). Fortunately, the humans gain the assistance of the Ishiman Protectorate, which agrees to help the humans fight their new enemies and refit the Apollo 2000 with powerful weaponry. Since the Apollo is no longer a vessel of peace, a new name is in order for the craft: Ares.

As an action and strategy game, Ares combines the adrenaline rush of arcade-style space shooters with the challenge of plotting real-time strategy moves against your opponents. Smooth dynamic scaling and zooming gives you detailed views of everything from tactical to overhead-perspective views, and nice graphics, support for multiplayer network games, and a compelling soundtrack round out this game. Ares has a registration fee of $25.

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by lilliputian - 2011, June 10 - 11:03pm

Soo... what is this?