Today, Maxis, the famous games studio behind such legendary classic PC games as The Sims and SimCity, is closing down.

Today, during this year’s GDC (Game Developers Conference), TransGaming, the creators of the popular Cider technology used by many Windows to OS X game ports announce

In a blog post on the Unreal Engine website, founder Tim Sweeney announced yesterday that the Unreal Engine 4 is now available to all for the price of absolutely nothing.

Trine 3

Very exciting! Frozenbyte just announced Trine 3 yesterday with a sweet reveal trailer which you can check out below. While the announcement does not mention Mac specifically, given Trine & Trine 2 are SteamPlay I believe it is safe to say we will see Trine 3 on Mac.

Ever since its inception from its playable prototype from the 7 Day FPS game jam, SUPERHOT has had my full attention. With a successful kickstarter, and an estimated June 2015 release date, SUPERHOT can not come fast enough.

The Deer God, from developer Crescent Moon Games, has finally exited early access yesterday to a full release.

70’s topdown shooter LA Cops is set to launch on March 14th. While the announcement didn’t state a Mac version, the early-access version is SteamPlay right now, so that would be very strange if they only released a PC version instead.

This is awesome, the indie adventure game Never Alone just received a Mac release yesterday, bringing this title up on the SteamPlay list. I've been very interested in it ever since it released a few months ago, but didn't hear word of a Mac port.

Is it just me, or is a bunch of games releasing in and around March 10th? Must be some kind of auspicious day the developers feel will please the gods of gaming. The latest is Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, sequel to 2012's hardcore mask-wearing murderfest.


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