Mac games archive

  • Parallels Desktop 5 software arrives
    Gaming

    Parallels Desktop 5 software arrives

    By 4 November 2009

    Parallels has launched a new version of its operating system virtualization software. Parallels 5 allows you to run Windows, Linux, OS/2 Warp, or whatever other operating system takes your fancy from the comfort of your Mac desktop. The company reckons...

  • Quake Live now for Mac and Linux
    Gaming

    Quake Live now for Mac and Linux

    By 20 August 2009

    ID has rolled out an update to its browser-based Quake Live game which means that it's now available for Mac and Linux users. Neither group have reputations as gamers, but given the more retro nature of Quake Live, perhaps it'll rope in some former Quake...

  • Apple targets gamers with help from EA
    Gaming

    Apple targets gamers with help from EA

    By 11 June 2007

    Apple has stunned audiences and die-hard PC gaming fans by suggesting it wants to be the new next-gen console of choice for gamers. Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO, made the announcement at the WWDC keynote speech in San Francisco before running through a number...

  • Analyst says Apple should be making games consoles
    Gaming

    Analyst says Apple should be making games consoles

    By 7 December 2006

    Another analyst is sounding off about Apple's future and where it should go next – into the video game market, apparently. Prudential analyst Jesse Tortora believes that there's a “distinct possibility” that Apple might move into the console hardware...

  • Mac gamers get Gamerhood internet download service from Aspyr Media
    Gaming

    Mac gamers get Gamerhood internet download service from Aspyr Media

    By 12 July 2006

    Mac gamers are to get a new service that will allow them to download games directly to their computer this autumn. Developed by Software publisher Aspyr Media, famous for bringing The Sims and the Star Wars franchises to the Mac, has announced the launch...

  • Mac gamers get Call of Duty 2
    Gaming

    Mac gamers get Call of Duty 2

    By 26 May 2006

    Mac gamers will soon be able to play the World War II first person shooter game that PC and Xbox360 users have been shouting about following Aspyr Media's announcement that it is releasing a Mac version for both PowerPC and Intel based machines. Call...