Everyone’s favorite DRM-free digital games distributor, Good Old Games, is now offering support for just over 50 games on Mac OS-based machines. That means that classics like Syndicate and the Wing Commander series are now offered through the service, not to mention new classics like Botanicula and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. To kick off the launch, GOG’s offering a variety of discounts (including 50 percent off of SimCity 2000 — a no brainer if you ask us), as well as an Apple-flavored commercial. Read the full story at Engadget.
Good Old Games now supports Mac, kicks off with approximately 50 games
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