Mac MMORPG games are massive multiplayer online role-playing games that can work on your Apple computer running Mac OSX. The growing popularity of Apple devices is causing demand for support for OSX rather than just Windows, a process that involves a lot of graphical retouches and backend code changes. In other words, to make the MMORPG game run on a Mac, it has to be worth it to the developer.
This list features MMO and MMORPG games that are compatible to run with OS X, mainly Leopard, Snow Leopard, and Lion. Although the team here at MMOAttack has tested them on OS X 10.5, 10.6, and 10.7, we can’t guarantee that they’ll run flawlessly, so be sure to mess with your settings should problems arise. Here at MMO Attack we want to keep you up to date on the hottest free games for your Apple computer, so we chose the top 5 free Mac MMORPG Games to play for 2012!
5. Dragons of Atlantis
Dragons of Atlantis is a MMORTS where players are chosen to save the civilization of Atlantis. The Ancient Ones created four original tribes known as the Solerians, Amazons, native Zolmecs, and the Primus. Players select their tribe and begin their rise to power. Similar to other empire building strategy games like Kingdoms of Camelot or Evony users build and control their own city. Construct homes, Science Centers, Theaters, and Officers’ Quarters.
EdgeWorld is a modern sci-fi free online strategy game city building game that is published by Kabam, the same people behind Samurai Dynasty and Global Warfare. The game puts you in the relentless war between the Ceruleans and the Galactic Union that is allied with three major factions. The three factions are the Maar Confederacy, the Erazi Syndicate and the Helio Legion.
3. Pirate Storm
Pirate Storm is a brand new pirate-themed free-to-play browser game from Bigpoint. The game is set in the era of pirates where you will face monsters from the darkest depths of the oceans along with other nasty enemy pirates. Your goal is to navigate the ocean as a dreaded pirate while you fight adversaries, monsters and your friends in the battle for fame and glory on the seven seas!
2. Call of Gods
Call of Gods (CoG) is a beautifully crafted, browser-based massively multiplayer online (MMO) game. CoG is a revolutionary update to the tired city-building, quest completion browser genre and is the latest title to join the growing lineup of browser games on the Aeria Now portal.
The foundation of Totem’s gameplay is strategic troop deployment, a mixture of determining the timing and types of troops entering the battle. Choose wisely as resources are limited and only the right combination of troops will push the battle onward.
We hope you enjoy our Top 5 free MAC MMORPG Games for 2012 and don’t forget to share what you think will be the best free to play Mac MMORPG Games with us in the comments!
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