Life is Strange’s Mac version is now available on the Mac App Store.

Feral Interactive just revealed the big news and this should hopefully help us forget about the big F1 2015 disappointment.

Life is Strange is an episodic adventure game from developer DONTNOD and published by Square Enix. All five episodes are available at launch.

The game follows the story of Max Caufield, a photography senior that can rewind time and will have to use that power to save her friend. Life is Strange set out to revolutionise story-driven games by allowing you to rewind time and affect past, present and future. Feral Interactive’s Managing Director, David Stephen, said:

We’re incredibly excited to be bringing such a unique and captivating game to Mac and Linux.

Life is Strange tackles complex themes and asks a lot from its audience, but it gives back in spades. It’s a game that shouldn’t be missed.

You can see the game in action below:

Life is Strange was well-received by critics and has an overwhelmingly positive score with more than 45,000 reviews on Steam. Impressive.


A busy year for Feral Interactive

Feral being busy is always good for Mac gaming.

Their infamous calendar is packed with UFOs and I can’t wait to see what’s coming next (by the way, Life is Strange was “Drifting Snows”… Did anyone get it?).

Life is Strange is Feral’s latest official game, but many other games could follow. Some say Dirt Rally will be next, but there’s also rumors involving Dawn of War 2, LEGO: The Force Awakens, Mad Max, and even Evolve.

Life is Strange’s Mac version is available on the Mac App Store starting today, June 16th. Linux and SteamOS versions are also planned.

All five episodes are available at launch. The first episode is just $4.99, with subsequent episodes unlocked via in-app purchase.

Have heard about this game before? What are your thoughts about this take on time travel?