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    Which games for OS/X?
    Which games are worth getting for OS/X? I'm not talking about bootcamp - just any games that will work without windows.

    The Alice thread has me curious - I see a Mac version of Doom 3 - but I have Doom 3 for the PC already so I assume this is different?

    Anyway, curious as to which games I can play without windows and where to get them.

    Thanks

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    are you a sims fan? my wife spends hours playing sims 2. that is a pretty cool game if you are into that type of game.

    I was on the M-F honor roll for month : May 2007

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    Call of Duty 2 on multiplayer is really fun.

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    It all depends on which type of game you like.

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    Macgamestore.com sells just mac games, maybe you'll find a few that interest you?
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    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    Thanks for that link. I'm not a big SIMS fan - more into fighting monsters.

    (ooh, I see stroggs... )

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    warcraft 3 is always a good one lol
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    Elders Scroll Oblivion

    the best game for kicking monsters butt, so real and complex it's like a virtual matrix world!

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    halo and diablo 2 are good eventhough their old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adambrochu View Post
    Elders Scroll Oblivion

    the best game for kicking monsters butt, so real and complex it's like a virtual matrix world!
    Too bad it takes a very powerful system to run that, and it has to be on windows, unless you have an xbox 360.
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    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    You know what makes me mad, pc users think there are no games for mac.
    There are alot of games for mac, the reason there are so many PC games is because alot of them are crappy, but for mac there are only good ones.

    My $0.02.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa View Post
    Thanks for that link. I'm not a big SIMS fan - more into fighting monsters.

    (ooh, I see stroggs... )
    Kicking Monster Butt - WoW definitely...some alternatives to WoW:
    Oberin - Mac Only (!). Free
    Shadowbane. Free. Download the '15 day trial' and you actually get software updates to the free, full version.

    If you're a sci-fi fan, check out Vendetta Online.
    Those of us old enough to remember the "space pirate capitalist raider bounty hunter" game "Elite" and it's now-cheesey vector line graphics will love this. Same idea, but WAY cooler and internet play. $10/month.

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    MacHeadCase
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin. View Post
    You know what makes me mad, pc users think there are no games for mac.
    There are alot of games for mac, the reason there are so many PC games is because alot of them are crappy, but for mac there are only good ones.

    My $0.02.
    I entirely agree, Martin. Rep to you, sir!

    For Mac game news and reviews: Inside Mac Games and MacGamer

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    Quote Originally Posted by StretchR View Post
    Macgamestore.com sells just mac games, maybe you'll find a few that interest you?
    That's awesome StretchR, I never knew Halo came out for the Mac, and now they have the universal binary released.

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    Yeah, Halo's been out for a long time. Used to do LAN games all the time with my buddies at college.
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