And today we can be even happier, because the Gog.com store has also started selling OS X versions of its game catalogue . And watch out, because there are some titles that are legendary for many people. Are you familiar with Simon the Sorcerer?
Gog.com doesn’t have any native OS X applications like Steam or the Mac Game Store. It works just like any other video game store: you open its official website, create a user account and you’re done. In their brand new OS X section they have fifty games , and they have promised that this number will increase over time. Also, now in the information of each game we can quickly see if it is compatible with OS X or only with Windows systems.
In the catalogue there are recent titles, such as Machinarium, Anomaly Warzone Earth or Botanícula; but there are also games such as Theme Hospital, the Wing Commander saga, Simon the Sorcerer, Sim City 2000, Broken Sword or Populous for prices of around six and ten dollars. These are titles that are sure to arouse memories for some veterans. We already have another catalogue from which you can look at the availability of certain games and compare their prices.