Feral Games Bundle offers six sweet Mac games for $20

Feral Games Bundle offers six sweet Mac games for $20

If you don't take advantage of this, you're crazy. Feral Interactive and Mac Game Store have teamed up to offer the Feral Games Bundle, a collection of six Mac games conversions by Feral for a mere $20. The promotion runs from May 27th through June 2nd, but pre-orders are now being accepted.

The bundle includes:

  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, which combines content from all six Star Wars movies
  • DiRT 2, a spectacular off-road racing game
  • Battlestations: Pacific, a World War II-era action strategy game that puts you in command of land, air and sea forces
  • The Movies: Superstar Edition, a sim game that puts you in charge of a Hollywood movie studio
  • Tropico 3: Gold Edition, a strategic city building game that makes you the leader of a Caribbean republic; and
  • Batman: Arkham Asylum, the award-winning action game in which you, as the Caped Crusader, must foil the Joker after he and the other inmates take over Gotham City's home for the criminally insane.

The package would cost $149.90 separately, so it's already an awesome deal. To sweeten the pot, if you preorder it this weekend, you'll get a $10 coupon usable towards any other Feral game from the Mac Game Store, good through the end of June.

What do you say, Mac gamers? Does this bundle satisfy your need to save some coin? Or is it not what you're looking for?

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Peter Cohen

Mac Managing Editor of iMore and weekend Apple Product Professional at a local independent Apple reseller. Follow him on Twitter @flargh

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Feral Games Bundle offers six sweet Mac games for $20


This is a complete fail! After waiting all weekend for the right to actually download the games, I have yet to successfully download one game.

First, they made me download their app store to download the games, and then when I try to download them, they keep timing out and then they start back from the beginning. What is the point of having an app to manage downloads if the app is unable to restart failed downloads from where they left off. I am now just trying to download one game, and it is estimating between 11.6 hours and 47 days to complete.