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It's official! GOG.com supports Mac OS X.

We're bringing a part of our massive catalog of all-time classics to Mac, starting with an impressive 50 titles for Mac gamers to play and enjoy. 28 of the 50 titles, the best games in history, including Syndicate, Ultima series, or Wing Commander, will be playable on the Mac OS X for the first time ever--exclusively on GOG.com. The complete line-up reflects the diversity of available games unmatched by other distributors: classics like Simcity 2000, Crusader: No Remorse, Little Big Adventure, Theme Hospital mix with Anomaly Warzone Earth, Tiny & Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers, Botanicula, and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. Speaking of monster-hunter Geralt and The Witcher 2, the Enhanced Edition of this award-winning mature fantasy RPG was released on Mac just today and is available on GOG.com with a 25% discount (that's only $22.24) for the next 48 hours.

Weeklong Promo: Mac & PC Essentials
We have also prepared a set of specially selected games from various genres that will be available 50% off for the next week: The Witcher Enhanced Edition, Crusader: No Remorse, Theme Hospital, Little Big Adventure, Postal Classic and Uncut, and Simcity 2000 are all available for 50% off--that's as little as $2.99 for unforgettable classics. This promo ends Thursday, October 25 at 6:15 PM GMT. However, The Witcher Enhanced Edition will be available for 50% off only until Saturday, October 20 at 6:45 PM GMT.

Remember, the 50 is just the beginning--we promise to release more amazing games on Mac in the near future. What titles? To find out and play even more best games in history check our website regularly, become a fan on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or give us a nice +1 in Google+.
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rampancy: My interview with TET is right here: http://www.insidemacgames.com/features/view.php?ID=592&Page=1

I tried to get some more details on their Mac plans going forward with respect to WINE and the use of third party ports like with Imperial Glory, and I asked more about the potential for Linux compatibility too. Hope everyone reads it, and I'd be more than happy to hear feedback from the folks here! I've got a review of FTL up as well, which you can find here: http://www.insidemacgames.com/reviews/view.php?ID=1230
That was a great article. Thanks for the link. I was a little disappointed to read the comments about WINE. I think Wineskin could provide an elegant solution for Mac with some windows games which would be nice. I realize this isn't going to bring all the windows titles to Mac but it surely could bring some of them I would think.
Thanks GOG!

Me love you long time!
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rampancy: My interview with TET is right here: http://www.insidemacgames.com/features/view.php?ID=592&Page=1

I tried to get some more details on their Mac plans going forward with respect to WINE and the use of third party ports like with Imperial Glory, and I asked more about the potential for Linux compatibility too. Hope everyone reads it, and I'd be more than happy to hear feedback from the folks here! I've got a review of FTL up as well, which you can find here: http://www.insidemacgames.com/reviews/view.php?ID=1230
Great interview, mate. Sad to see TheEnigmaticT and his smear campaign against Linux running strong. LOL. j/k :D