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Submitted by Connoro 2118d ago | article

zConnection: Top 10 Games For Linux & Mac

zConnection's Connor Beaton writes: "One of the most oft-cited reasons why Windows is "better" than Linux or Mac OS X is that there are more games available for Windows. Perhaps this is true, but if this means Linux is free from the many rubbish PC games like Alone in the Dark, ShellShock 2 and the countless film adaptations, why is this a bad thing? Sure, there are less games available for the UNIX-based systems, but there are plenty of quality experiences there, as long as you know where to look. In this article, I'm going to show you that gaming does exist on these minority operating systems by listing my ten favourite non-Windows games." (Culture, Doom 3, Lugaru: The Rabbit's Foot, Myst, Neverwinter Nights, PC, Penumbra, Penumbra: Overture, Quake 4, The Sims 3)

ChampIDC  +   2118d ago
Blizzard always makes their games Mac compatible. I'm surprised there wasn't at least one on this list.

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