Talk:Free Mac Games

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Is this meant to become an "as exhaustive as possible" list? I'd like to add some of my own efforts, where complete but they're mostly non-notable. For the time being I've added some things that people might actually care about. — Thomas Harte 16:11, 26 August 2006 (EDT)

Hmmm, I think that some CS map sites, have many maps on them with broken textures and that are badly designed, (even for higher rated maps), which is annoying as a user trying to download them. So as exhaustive as possible isn't ideal as it doesn't allow the user the opportunity to easily get good games. Overall my view is for this page is that if they work, don't have too many major bugs, and aren't very similar to another game on the list (unless they are as good/superior in your opinion), the more the merrier. Eraserhead 16:21, 26 August 2006 (EDT)

Two more entries: Copper and Rick Dangerous

Linked from Top 5 Mac Free-ware games

Added Chopper, Rick Dangerous is a UNIX game (so will surely require X11) so I'm not adding it. Eraserhead 11:27, 27 October 2006 (EDT)


Free games Widgets

There are also free games for dashboard, under games section http://www.apple.com/downloads/dashboard/ --Consultant 11:47, 23 December 2007 (EST)

Breaking apart article by Genre

X-Posted on Talk:Intel Mac Games and Talk:Universal Binary Games

If you're going to include exhaustive lists of Mac games the list is going to get fairly long overtime and if Apple continues making deals with other developers, well it's going to become a fairly long list fairly quickly like that. I propose breaking apart these articles into games listed by Genre, specifically: Role-playing Games, Action, Adventure, Racing or Driving, Sports, Shooters, Classic (Board and Card), etc. --Sebastianlewis 23:35, 30 May 2008 (EDT)