Mac Compatible Games

  • Tremulous

    Tremulous is an FPS game with strategic elements where its humans versus aliens. Having two distinct factions with different ways of playing, much like Left 4 Dead, makes the game unique to most FPS games. The graphics and sound in the game are slightly dated, but the extremely fun gameplay makes up for it. There are classes focused on building as well as pure fighting classes. Humans can upgrade their armor while aliens can upgrade their body.

  • Savage 2

    Savage 2 is a unique game that blends aspects of FPS games and RTS games. There are two unique roles in the game: Action Players and Commanders. The action players control individual units on the ground fighting for the Legion of Men or the Hordes of Beasts. The commander coordinates his team, acquires resources, and ensures the teams structures are up and running. There are different classes of heroes which fulfill specific roles such as healing or tanking. Overall the unique mix of FPS and RTS comes out nicely, for a free game this is a nice one to pick up.

  • Warsow

    Warsow is a multiplatform first person shooter with cartoon style graphics. The gameplay is extremely fast paced and features a large variety of game modes including: Capture the Flag, Free for All, Team Deathmatch, Clan Arena, Instagib, Race, Duel, Team Domination, Bomb & Defuse, and Headhunt. You can also get the game on Mac and Linux in addition to Windows.

  • Cave Story

    Cave Story is really one of those games that can be considered a masterpiece of game design. There are so many wonderful and classic gaming elements, that I cannot even begin to describe just one quality well enough to say "It is for this one reason alone that Cave Story is a great game." There is just so much effort, originality and ingenuity behind this game and it really shows more and more as you play through it.

  • Battle For Wesnoth

    Do you like turn based games or tactics games like Fire Emblem or Final Fantasy Tactics? Then Battle For Wesnoth is a game you should not miss out on. It is a fantastic tactics game with several different campaigns and a strategic combat system. Zones of control, upgrades, and a wide variety of unit types are all featured in this game. Once you figure out the basics of this game, you will start to notice the depth of the strategy in this game. Your units carry over between missions within campaigns much like in Fire Emblem. There are also user made campaigns you can download once you complete all the ones that come with the game.

  • FreeCol

    FreeCol is a turn-based strategy game based on the old game Colonization, and similar to Civilization. The objective of the game is to create an independent nation. You start with only a few colonists defying the stormy seas in their search for new land. Will you guide them on the Colonization of a New World?

  • FreeCiv

    Freeciv.net is an open-source turn-based strategy game. Itís built entirely in HTML5 and features in-depth game-play and a wide variety of game modes and options. Your goal is to build cities, collect resources, organize your government, and build an army, with the ultimate goal of creating the best civilization. You can play online against other players (multiplayer) or play by yourself against the computer.

  • Frets on Fire

    Frets on Fire is a game of musical skill and fast fingers. The aim of the game is to play guitar with the keyboard as accurately as possible. The game features unique inverted keyboard gameplay style. The game provides support for guitar controllers and generic joysticks. This includes a song editor for making your own tunes. you can also compete with others on the World Charts. The game has hundreds of songs composed by the community. This game supports importing Guitar Hero? I and Guitar Hero? II songs. Multiplatform; runs on Windows?, Linux?, Mac OS X? and FreeBSD.The game is Open source, full Python source code available

  • Assault Cube

    AssaultCube, formerly ActionCube, is a free first-person-shooter based on the game Cube. Set in a realistic looking environment, as far as that?s possible with this engine, while gameplay stays fast and arcade. This game is all about team oriented multiplayer fun. Also make sure you check out Cube 2 if you like this game.

  • Nexuiz

    Nexuiz is a first person shooter in the tradition of quake. You can create a server or join a server already in action. When I checked online, there are several active servers playing this game, so you shouldnít have a problem finding a game. A lot of work went into making this game a fun and balanced. If you have ever played quake then you have a good idea of what the gameplay in this game is like. The weapons, movement and action are inspired by quake and the game runs on an advanced Quake 1 engine. Once you are in the game, action is very fast paced and hectic like you would expect. Movement is fast and you must jump around and aim well to get as many kills as possible. The weapons come in a wide variety and are well balanced. The game comes with many different maps, not something you would expect from a freeware game. Although its no Half Life 2, the graphics quality is extremely good for a freeware game, considering its running on a modified Quake 1 engine. The textures are good high quality and the player and weapon models are fair. This game should run smoothly on most graphics cards. Overall, I think the game is definitely worth a look, especially if you like fast paced first person shooters. Donít miss out on the mayhem.

  • Enemy Territory

    Originally designed as an expansion pack for Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Enemy Territory is one of the highest quality multiplayer freeware games available. There are serveral classes to choose from including covert ops, medic, soldier and field ops. There are always servers up to play on. Dont miss out!