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From the creators of Layers of Fear comes Observer, a psychological horror game about hacking the minds of insane criminals to solve crimes.
Usually $29.99, this is the cheapest the game has ever been:
By Ric Molina | Updated Dec 16, 2018Maybe you just got your first Mac, or maybe you’re new to gaming. Either way, this may surprise you: Most of the best games are available on Mac. Indeed, Mac gaming has come a long way... Nowadays, 5 out of the 10 most-played games...
❤ Deals We Love Horror game Observer has never been cheaper!Into Psychological horror games? Observer is currently 60% off! From the creators of Layers of Fear comes Observer a psychological horror game that lets you hack the minds of insane criminals in order to...
The wait is finally over. Total War: Warhammer 2 is officially available on Mac! Feral Interactive released the MacOS and Linux versions of the game earlier today, on November 20, 2018. Originally developed by Creative Assembly in partnership with Games...
By Ric Molina & Steve Marx | Updated Nov 13, 2018 No one buys a MacBook expecting to play the latest games at the highest settings. That said, getting one doesn’t mean giving up on gaming either. That’s because MacBooks are perfectly capable of playing some...
By Steve Marx | Updated Oct 3, 2018 Remember when the only way to play multiplayer games on your Mac was with a bunch of friends either sharing a screen or networked together with AppleTalk? No? Then congratulations, you’re younger than I am. Nowadays you can get...
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