[UPDATED!] Whether you’re new to Mac or simply need a refresher on the most fantastic games available right now, our list of the 25 best Mac games today will help you find ample fun — no matter your budget or preferences. While the Mac has scads of older classics, these are the modern and magnificent games you’ll want to fire up now, and we’ll be updating it from time to time with even newer favorites.
The Commodore Amiga hardware may be dead and gone, but its software lives on in the hearts and minds of an L.A. content distribution company who just acquired a library of more than 300 classic games from that era.
Digital distributor GOG.com expanded its library of Mac games by an impressive 22 titles today with an update that includes both classics and newer hits such as the Diablo-themed dungeon crawler Torchlight. We’ve already seen the bulk of these games on the Mac before, but GOG’s update also brings a few '90s PC favorites to the Mac for the first time. Better late than never.
There's nothing gamers like better than updates to their favorite titles -- especially when it's new cross-platform support for Borderlands 2 for Mac, or rumors of a possible Xbox event being held next month.
You pretty much can't call yourself a hardcore gamer without using Valve's Steam, but if you have an iPad, using the mobile app has been been an exercise in frustration without native support -- until now.
While Thanksgiving might be a fine time to spend with family, we have a feeling there will be fewer Mac users at the dinner table this year, thanks to Aspyr Media unleashing Borderlands 2 just 48 hours before.
On Friday, corporate drama erupted over OnLive, the popular cloud streaming game company who cut loose its entire staff and was rumored to be on the verge of bankruptcy. Now the company is shedding some light on the situation.
There was a time when the Commodore Amiga completely trumped the Mac for gaming, and it was during this heyday when Cinemaware reigned with lavish titles such as Wings, which is now using Kickstart to launch a major HD redux of the classic title.