We've made this list with an eye toward matching our list of the best PC games when possible, while keeping in mind that most people's Macs. Love Mac gaming? Here are the best Mac games available in , from strategy and sports sims to RPGs, adventures, shooting games. Spiele auf dem Mac. Und zwar die Besten. Die Hardware zu schwachbrüstig, die Auswahl an Titeln höchst überschaubar: Lange Zeit war. The original Dungeons and Dragons defined the modern fantasy role-playing genre, although - rather ironically - the age of its online counterpart means that it now looks rather unoriginal when compared to some of the more modern MMOs that have appeared in recent years. Then you dive into the game and quickly find yourself washed up on an island after a storm at sea, with this island acting as an introductory tutorial zone to bring newcomers up to speed. The editorial team does not participate in the writing or editing of BrandPosts. Just this time with a heavy mix of fantasy, including gigantic monsters, flying creatures, legendary heroes and more. However, the open-ended playing style of Tempest does have similarities to No Man's Sky, as it allows you to explore an open world — or open sea — where you're free to roam at will, fighting pirates and the occasional monster from the watery deeps, or just concentrating on trading in order to increase your wealth. It's pretty hardcore, too - there's no Quick Save option, so if your team dies you'll just have to return to town and sign up some new raw recruits. Human Resource Machine was developed by Tomorrow Corporation, comprising the minds behind critically-acclaimed titles World of Goo and Little Inferno, and it shows in its art style and clever puzzle mechanics. Gorgeous hand-painted visuals and contemplative storytelling help frame the action, which uses a time-manipulating effect to shake up the platform approach. Developed by the team behind transport management sim Cities in Motion, Cities: Not A Good Fit For: If your characters' stress levels get too high, you're gonna have a bad time. At Mac Gamer HQ we sure like this kind of surprise.