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Save big on Call of Duty for Mac! Get $130 bundle for only $40!

This one isn't around for long, but until the end of today you can get yourself a pretty stunning looking Call of Duty bundle for your Mac for just $39.99. So, what do you get? Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Black Ops expansion packs Rezurrection and Annihilation and Escalation.

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Mercedes and Bentley bring some tire smoking prestige to Real Racing 3

The choice of cars in Real Racing 3 isn't exactly poor, but we'll always take more, especially when more comes in the form of prestige vehicles from Mercedes Benz and Bentley. The Bentley Continental GT and Mercedes SLS joins an already impressive list of cars that includes the Bugatti Veyron. And, Real Racing 3 also now has a brand new Time Trial mode for you to give them both a run out in.

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Candy Crush Saga: Another 10 killer help, hints, and guide to extra lives!

If you enjoyed our you'll love our second set of top ten winners! Here's where we get into reshuffling your start, crushing even more candy, and... playing for eternity thanks to Facebook!

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Games of the week: Layton Brothers, Iron Sky Invasion, Random Heroes 2 and more!

It's Sunday, and that can only mean that it's time once again for a roundup of the iMore teams most played games of the last seven days. We've got a real variety this week, with a healthy dose of iOS games accompanied by a couple for those Mac gamers out there. Let's take a look.

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown for Mac comes to Steam

Feral Interactive released its OS X conversion of XCOM: Enemy Unknown in April, and since then, you've been able to buy it from the Mac App Store, Feral's Web site and other digital distribution systems - except for the ever-popular Steam service. That changed this week. Now it's available for Steam.

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Strange Flavour offers sneak preview of new iOS games

Aaron Fothergill is a veteran Mac game programmer who turned his attention to iOS as soon as Apple let him. The result is some of the biggest hits published by legendary game maker Freeverse, which has since been acquired by Ngmoco (which itself was acquired by Japanese publisher DeNA). Fothergill's company Strange Flavour treks on, however, now as developer and publisher of its own unique content on iOS. It has a fun slot car racing game called Slotz Racer which just got a major overhaul, and is working on new games including Apple Dash - which features parallax moving backgrounds similar to iOS 7 - and Any Landing, a fun game that involves crashing airplanes. He recently gave us a sneak peek at WWDC.

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Borderlands 2 updated for PC, breaks Mac multiplayer compatibility

Gearbox has updated Borderlands 2 for Windows. Unfortunately, the update breaks multiplayer compatibility with the Mac version, which is published and maintained by Aspyr Media.

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Dark Nebula HD: Sci-fi labyrinth game makes Retina comeback

Marble-rolling games have been around for iOS ever since developers learned how to use accelerometer controls - there are countless examples of labyrinth games and other ball rollers, enough to make your eyes glaze over. One has always stood apart for me: the Dark Nebula series. Now it's back and better than ever in HD, with new levels.

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Start your engines for the best racing games on iOS!

I love racing. Both in real life and game format, I simply can't get enough of it. As the years have rolled past, advancements in both hardware and in game design have left us with some really stunning choices. Great graphics, intuitive and easy to use control systems, racing fans have some great choices on iOS. Here's some of the best.

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Graffiti Collective for iOS review: Make and share your own graffiti!

The people behind youth smoking prevention campaign Truth have just released their own message game for iOS: Graffiti Collective. The basic theme is that smoking is really bad for you and the American cigarette companies do lots of awful things to keep people smoking. BUT even people who smoke like a hundred packs a day might just dig this free game's actual gameplay. As you can guess, it involves lots of awesome graffiti.

I like to think that games qualify as art. And like art, some games seek to promote messages rather than simply entertain. Not everyone will agree with what a message game has to say, but that’s how art works too.

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