[quote]GameTap recently announced that they will be releasing a limited Mac-compatible version of their client. Do you have any plans to bring Telltale's games to OS X?
DAN: It's always something we talk about, and once we're over, everything will be over. We have serious Mac-heads in the studio, including the CTO. And he keeps saying he can do it in a weekend.
DAVE: He says that about everything.
DAN: But we've got to get him free for a weekend, too. And he's got lots to do, with the Wii and the Xbox - because CSI is coming over to the Wii and the Xbox. So the engine's getting moved over to those now.[/quote]
Give the man a weekend! I realize it's a gross exaggeration, but come on now! I really want to buy your games, I really do, but you seem entirely unwilling to commit to a timeframe on when we'll see any Mac versions of your current titles. You put your Mac-using customers, or potential customers in many cases, in an increasingly awkward situation the longer you drag this out for.
The Wii version of ToMI is not an option and I won't purchase the Windows version unless it's explicitly stated that I will not have to rebuy it when/if a Mac version comes. If you can't commit to a timeframe, why not commit to that? It'd get you more sales up front, it'd make more customers happy immediately (assuming they can get the games to run in CrossOver or what have you), and it'd assure them that their interests will be taken care of in the future.
You guys have been talking about this for years now. Years! There are posts from late 2006 talking about the possibility of Sam & Max on OS X and we've seen absolutely nothing from you guys since then, besides more maybes and what ifs. If you have no intentions of ever making it happen, stop teasing at it. If you're going to do it, make us a priority over choppy, even-more-compressed Wii ports!