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Why should Windows users have all the fun? That’s the question being asked on Thursday by the folks at GameHouse, who have just launched the first all-you-can-play casual game subscription service for both Mac and PC users.
GameHouse has announced the availability of its FunPass subscription gaming service for the Mac, which will now bring members unlimited access to more than 100 full-version games for Apple’s platform out of more than 1,700 titles currently available on the service. Titles include such popular selections as Emily’s Childhood Memories, TextTwist 2, Bejeweled 2 and Plants vs Zombies.
“Beginning today, Mac users can try FunPass during a seven-day free trial and then decide if they want to subscribe to the service for only $19.99 per month,” GameHouse announced in a press release today. “FunPass members have access to unlimited play of 1700+ full-version games, including 100 titles for Mac at launch. View the complete list of FunPass Mac Games here, but if you don’t see your favorite Mac game on the list at launch, we’ll be rolling out new games every week.”
FunPass members will also receive a 30 percent discount on standard game purchases, and once the trial period has passed, you’ll also gain 10,000 GameHouse coins every month, which can be redeemed for more titles.
With the Mac continuing to grow each year, new services such as FunPass are equally enticing to developers as well as end users. “Developers have been eager to tap this market and thanks to GameHouse’s FunPass, they can now bring their casual games to the Mac OS platform,” GameHouse explains. “Developers can now drop their casual titles into our FunPass service and reach tens of millions of players across the PC and Mac. It’s that simple you wonder why it’s never been done -- until now.”
It’s certainly good to see the playing field leveled a bit between the Mac and PC. So what are you waiting for? Your free seven-day FunPass trial is just a click away…
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