The Mac App Store opened on January 6th 2011 and unleashed a whole new world of easily downloadable games and other software for your Mac.
The explosion of the app universe was first seen on the iPhone and iPod Touch. These devices enabled everyone to have access to amazing game titles in one tap. There are over 90,000 games for the iDevice, and new games are coming out every day.
Now the one click revolution has come to the Mac. The new App Store enables users to buy and download amazing games in one simple click. Since launch, the Mac App Store has reached a total of 10,000 apps, with a majority of those being games. So with a huge selection of games available, it’s hard to separate the good from the bad. That’s why OneClickMac has built up a comprehensive archive of Mac App Store game reviews so you can decide where to put your hard-earned cash.
- To publish up-to-date content on the Mac App Store and its games.
- To provide reliable and informative reviews of games on the Mac App Store.
- To offer opinions on trends and topics to do with games in general.
- To keep a suitable balance between ads and content.
- To keep the site easy to navigate and clean in general.
Founder and Reviewer
Owns: Macbook Pro 15″ running Lion
Adam is a seasoned reviewer and commentator on the iDevice gaming scene. He loves gaming on his iPod Touch 4 and discovering new games to play. When the Mac App Store was announced in October 2010 he wanted to produce a site for this community that could grow into a valuable resource for anyone interested in exploring the Mac store. He loves watching the technological world evolve around him and wishes to become a part of it. In his spare time, Adam likes playing tennis, skiing and drinking tea (British citizen through-and-through).
Owns: Retina MacBook Pro 15′ running Mountain Lion
Simon is a British freelance designer who makes a career out of clicking around on his MacBook all day. He is joined by a large cup of coffee and his ‘Back to the Future’ named cat, Marty. He is an avid filmmaker and has written and directed several short films. He is interested at how Mac gaming has developed over the past few years and is excited to see where it can go in the future. In his (lacking) free time he enjoys photography, videography and downhill mountain biking.
Owns: Macbook Pro 13″ running Lion
Nicholas has been playing video games since he first played B.U.G.S. (Bill’s Unbelievably Ghastly Spaceships). He used Windows XP for four years before he realized that the torture simply wasn’t bearable anymore and became a fully fledged Apple fanboy. When he isn’t gaming he enjoys writing poetry, video editing, amusing his friends with awkward humor and square dancing. His YouTube channel (Koolmagicguy) could use some loving. Nicholas lives in Wisconsin with a wife and two black dogs.