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Doorways: The Underworld will open September 17th

“Born of the seeping punctures of human imagination.”

Your GOG weekend promo has classic EA Mac games on sale

And it includes one my all-time favorites, which means it should be yours, too.

Borderlands 2 is free to play this weekend, but there’s more

Plenty of Mac games on sale, and a primer on how to connect a gamepad to play them.

I come not to bury email, but to praise it

Email is an exciting landscape of freedom amidst the walled gardens of social networking and messaging services.

Review: You don’t need the full hardware setup to enjoy SketchBook Pro

SketchBook Pro 7 is where the digital artwork toys are.

Ancient Space story-driven RTS coming to OS X and Windows

Discover what lies beyond the Black Zone with actors from Star Trek, True Blood, Firefly, and more.

Parallels Desktop 10 comes with Yosemite integration

Parallels continues to make Windows more useful than Windows actually is.

Exploring Left in the Dark: No One On Board for OS X

The ghost girl says not to get on the ship, so let’s get on that ship!

Rising Star Games reveals Mac games at Gamescom

Tulpa’s the surrealistic one, TRI is the perplexing one.

Blinding Dark aims to redefine horror on Mac, PC and Linux

But they’re doing it by starting the game off like every other horror game ever made.

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Daedalic announces Anna’s Quest for 2015 release

Anna lives a peaceful life. How long do you suppose that will last?

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A night out with Hitman: Absolution – Elite Edition for Mac review

We have to acknowledge Feral Interactive for understanding what games we want before we want them. As Mac gamers, we see the PC and console releases and often think, “That’d be nice to have.” We’d take them all, good or bad. Feral is smarter. They pick and choose, and largely make the right decisions. Hitman: Absolution – Elite Edition is one of their latest right decisions.