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Just last week, we told you about GOG.com adding Mac support to its ever-growing library of classic video games. The news was obviously a big deal; we're talking about must-play games showing up on Mac OS for the first time ever. Today, Good Old Games adds 12 new Interplay titles for Mac at a "pay what you want" price.
If you played video games back in the late-90s, you're probably well-acquainted with Interplay. The developer and publisher was responsible for the legendary Fallout series--back before Bethesda rebooted the franchise as we know it today.
If you head over to GOG.com right now, you'll see the fine folks at CD Projekt RED (the owners of GOG.com and developer behind The Witcher), have updated the limited time Interplay bundle with Mac-compatible titles.
Games like Kingdom: The Far Reaches, Stonekeep, and the first two Earthworm Jim titles are all ready for Mac OS. Granted, over half of the games in the pay-what-you-want bundle are still Windows-only.
There are essentially three tiers to the bundle: eight games, 20 games, and 32 games. You can pay absolutely whatever you want for the first eight games, but paying above the average will net you another 12 titles. Finally, throwing down $34.99 will get you the whole bundle.
The Interplay bundle lasts for another six days. But since we love you, our dear readers, so much--we may just have some free GOG.com codes to give away today on MacLife.com. And don't forget our Facebook page too!
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