You take pride in the fact that you own a Mac computer. You are part of an exclusive club. You should have a members only jacket! You should not have to search Google for an hour trying to figure out which games work on your OS. That's why we're here. To help you figure out what free MMO games you can play on your Mac, RIGHT NOW! MMO's for Mac are just as exciting, just as fun as their PC counterparts. So sit back, relax and play one of these awesome free MMO's for your Mac while you're iChatting with your friends!
Dragons of Atlantis
Dragons of Atlantis combines everything you need in a free online MMO game. Dragons, and the mythical world of Atlantis. This is a great browser-based city-building strategy game that will have you building your empire in no-time. Careful of the addictive behavior of this game!
Edgeworld is a unique game that takes you on a sci-fi adventure where you are placed in a war between the Ceruleans and the Galactic Union. The game does a little more than just have you build a city and attack and defend and gives you plenty of things to do to keep you entertained in Edgeworld for a long time.
Evony is the standard in free to play city-building games. This game paved the way for all the great titles that you see in today's marketplace. If you haven't had a chance to play the original, then now's a great time to start. There is a huge player base which means you will have no trouble finding enemies to conquer!
Godfather 5 Families
Godfather 5 Families takes a great theme, the mafia, and throws it in a great strategy style game which will have you killing mobsters in no time. Join a crime family and take on other mob bosses as you build up your respect in the gang community.
The Settlers Online
The Settlers Online is a thoroughly engaging MMORTS from the world renown developer Ubisoft that lets players transform their simple plots of land into mighty empires. In this classic city building game you will produce and trade valuable goods, while building towns and villages as you progress in the game. You will find yourself on a long journey into the wild as you complete missions and engage in battles with anyone that stands in your way.
Five Reasons To Love (And Hate) Free To Play
"Free To Play" is the phrase that's been on everyone's lips lately, particularly in the world of MMOs. It's the new business model that every production executive is cooing over; the model that many have come to hate with a burning, fiery passion. But is it really so bad?
Ten Things Rockstar Did Right With GTA Online
So...by now, most of you are probably aware that Rockstar kind of botched the launch of GTA Online. I mean, they seriously botched it. To the point that it was completely unplayable. At the same time, though...they handled the situation masterfully - there's a lot of stuff they actually did right.
Five Reasons To Look Forward To League's Fourth Season
With this year's LCS drawn to a close, a new season of League of Legends is just about upon us. It's bringing with it some very, very big changes. Trust me when I say they're something to be very, very excited for.
Indie Game Of The Week: Magicka
This week, I'm revisiting an old favorite of mine - and one that I desperately hope you've heard of. Magicka tells the tale of one to four homicidal, sociopathic wizards, their not-vampire instructor, and an eldritch abomination that threatens to destroy the whole world. Did I mention you can blow up pretty near anything you've a mind to?
Indie Game of The Week: Huntsman: The Orphanage
This week, I'll be taking a look at Huntsman: The Orphanage; a rather fresh take on the horror genre that manages to convey fear and anxiety without any violence or gore whatsoever. It's actually pretty impressive.
Ten Ways Social Media Has Changed The MMO
Social networks have effectively changed the way we...well, do pretty much everything. We interact differently, work differently, and even view the world differently since the birth of Facebook - there's even talk that it's bringing about a fundamental change in the way we think. It should thus come as no surprise that they've also had a considerable impact on the world of MMOs.
Indie Game of The Week: Outlast
This week, we'll be taking a look at Outlast, a horror game that tosses you into the shoes of independent journalist Miles Upshur as he explores the sinister Mount Massive Asylum. Spoiler alert: it doesn't go so well for dear Miles.
Indie Game Of The Week: The Bridge
This week, we're going to take a look at puzzle platformer "The Bridge," a rather esoteric game about a mad scientist, impossible geometry, and a reckless disregard for the laws of time, space, physics, and gravity. Shall we get started?
League: Ten Tips To Help You Be A Better Support
Historically, support has kind of been the butt-monkey role of League of Legends. In spite of being one of the most valuable and vital roles in the game, few people ever seem to want to play it. As a result...there aren't all that many people who can actually play it well. We need to change that.
Indie Game Of The Week: Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs
For those of you who've been living under a rock, I've some news: Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs has finally released. It's about as terrifying as everyone expected it to be, but for entirely different reasons.