When Apocalypse Weekend was released as the add-on for Postal 2, it added the new Boomerang Machete, Sledgehammer, and Scythe. Unfortunately, the major complaint about AW was that the "free-roam" element from Postal 2 was gone. Not only could you not roam freely in AW, but you couldn't take these new weapons back to the original Postal 2 levels, either. AWP changes all that. AWP is an enhanced version of the original Postal 2 game and combines it with the AW expansion pack weapons and levels, plus tons of extra bonuses to make the ultimate Postal 2 experience. AWP adds tons of new features to the normal Postal 2 and AW games: Use AW's weapons and gameplay in the original Postal 2 levels New custom weapons, plus weapons from the hit mods Eternal Damnation and Improved "behind the scenes" game handling to (hopefully) reduce crashes Brand-new cheats, such as unlimited dog helpers and police-hating bystanders Destroyable doors for quick shortcuts More blood, guts,...
As evidenced on numerous threads on RWS, Macologist, and other forumsm, Kamek's hot new mod has been vexing Mac gamers, who couldn't get the mod to launch. The problem was with the Mac-specific way in which the stock retail AW launches. The first solution discovered by Macologist was to use
Posted by Kamek on Feb 9th, 2006
As evidenced on numerous threads on RWS, Macologist, and other forumsm, Kamek's hot new mod has been vexing Mac gamers, who couldn't get the mod to launch. The problem was with the Mac-specific way in which the stock retail AW launches. The first solution discovered by Macologist was to use a manual installation of the ZIP version of the mod, as well as a manual launch in Terminal, the Unix commandline of OS X.
However Macologist since then created a standalone launcher in C, which is included with the new Mac-specific INI files in the AW7 Mac Installation Kit. The download link is included in the article.
A fully automated installer in a Mac DMG disk image may also be coming, so keep your eyes on Macologist the next few weeks for updates.