Apple’s latest operating system has arrived. Whilst it does not promise the major interface changes of Lion, it still has quite a bit of bulk for a simple $19.99 4GB download. Mountain Lion looks to refine rather that reinvent, with such features like Notification Center, Notes and Reminders making their debut on the Mac from
To ride the Mountain Lion wave, and to take advantage of some of its new capabilities comes three very different games, all making use of Mountain Lion’s new capabilities. Whether you’re into word matching, or dog fighting, all three of these games are worthy first purchases for your new OS. Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy originated
After the much rumoured release date, and months of waiting, Mountain Lion has finally released on the Mac App Store for a cool price of $19.99/£13.99. We have covered Mountain Lion extensively since its announcement, including its iPad-inspired features and security programs. Meanwhile, you can start download Mountain Lion right now by following this link.
Two of the biggest Mac publishers on the Mac App Store have slashed the prices of their biggest titles. Including such console celebrities like BioShock 2, Civilisation V, Star Wars: Empire at War and Call of Duty 2. Along with the sale, you may want to note that all of Aspyr’s titles have retina display
Whilst the Mac App Store goes through a slow stage, we are here to remind you of the awesome titles that are headed your way that you need to keep an eye on. From indie puzzlers to full-blown first-person shooters, the second half of 2012 looks like it’s going to be as action packed as ever.
Whilst it’s not been officially confirmed, the rumour mill is almost certain that Apple have their sights set on a Wednesday July 25th release. Why? Because reports state that Apple have planned overnight work for staff on the 24th. Whilst overnight work is not uncommon, with only 2 weeks left before July ends and Apple’s
Trine 2 | $14.99/10.49 -> $7.99/£5.49 Trine 2 is a spectacular 2.5D Action Adventure we thoroughly enjoyed playing. If you have not yet had the chance to pick it up, then nows your chance at half price. Review Quote Read the rest of our review. Mac App Store Link
Mos Speedrun is an excellent speed run game where you need to traverse a series of increasingly challenging maps in the quickest time possible. It’s not other runners that you’re up against, it’s yourself. The main draw of Mos Speedrun is the memorisation of levels to find the fastest path, even if it shaves a
Youda games have made a huge push towards releasing a number of their Mac titles on the Mac App Store. In just one day, the games publisher released 8 of their titles to Mac. If you’re a time management/hidden object fanatic, then maybe these offerings are of interest. Management Youda Fisherman Mac App Store Link
Publisher: Ayopa Games Price: $4.99/£2.99 Genre: Word Game App Store Link Info Rating Pros: Incredibly addicting, many different moves and tiles, wicked combos. Cons: Challenging, accidental swaps, in-app purchases, slightly unattractive graphics. Review W.E.L.D.E.R. isn’t the sort of word game you can casually glance to during the ad breaks of your favourite TV show. Wavering attention might