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I love my iMac and have plenty to do but I wouldn't mind a few games to play. Doe's anyone know any good free games that will keep me occupied?

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Go here:

http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/games/

Some are free, most are shareware. Lots to choose from.

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Yeah not really helpful but thanks. I was looking for other websites etc. that had mac games. I have tried the Apple website...

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If you like online shooting games, Urbanterror is good and free .
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You should check out Freeverse. They have a bunch of different Mac games, and a quirky sense of humor. Most of their games are shareware.

Freeverse: Games and Applications for Mac OS X, Windows, Game Consoles, and iPhone

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Check out Nexuiz! It's not a Mac game per se, but it does have a Mac build. It's the first game I installed on my MacBook, and it is loads of fun! Reminds me of playing Quake III Arena, back before the FPS genre decided that realistic games were better than fun games.

Nexuiz - A free open-source fast paced first person shooter (FPS) for Windows, Linux, and OSX.
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