Well, like I said the most promising games for Mac right now are in
the text adventure genre. Most of those are cross-platform by nature
because all they need is an interpreter like Zoom, Frotz, Scare, etc
and you can play them directly in a terminal window. The second class
are browser based games as they too are generally cross-platform and
can be played on any OS with an accessible web browser. For something
else more live action I've seen a few games like Travis ported Chopper
Patrol to C++ and SFML, but don't remember the url where to get the
binary and source code.All I remember is I recompiled it on Linux and
it worked fine.
On 2/13/11, michael barnes <c...@samobile.net> wrote:
> Yes, that may be true for now. But a couple of games would do.
> However I still use my windows machine just as much as my mac. The
> only reason for me looking for games on apple is because I have about
> sixty games on my pc. But unlike some people who get a mac I am not
> gonna stop using my pc. I know for a fact that I'm not gonna stop
> playing my audio games for my pc.
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