What next for Mac games?

Where there are computers, invariably there are entertaining diversions to be had. It's always been the case - ever since Spacewar! appeared in 1962 - and Apple's family tree has likewise provided baskets full of fruity games over the years.

Walk into any game store - whether in Britain, Europe, the States, or elsewhere - and you'll find copious volumes of PS2, Xbox and PC games. Locating any Mac games that happen to be stocked, however, does prove very difficult. Online, though, it's a different story: Mac games are granted an equal footing at leading e-retailers such as Amazon, and followers such as Simply Games (www. simplygames.com) are falling into line.

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