Weekend deals on Mac games - act now!

Weekend deals on Mac games - act now!

Looking for great deals on Mac games for this weekend? Check these out!

70 percent of select Aspyr downloads

Dealzon has listed some great deals via NewEgg.com on select Mac games from Aspyr listed between now and the 14th. Deals are up to 70 percent off. Pick of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for $9 instead of $30, or BioShock Infinite for $12, instead of $40. All the files are downloadable - your money redeems a key that can be used to download the software through Valve's Steam download service.

60 percent off EA games

GOG.com is running a special on EA games for 60 percent off select titles. These are older games, like most of GOG's collection, and they typically run on the Mac in some sort of emulation layer like Wineskin. But if you have a hankering to play Wing Commander or Ultima, you'll pay as little as $2.39 for the privilege.

Half off Deus Ex: Human Revolution

MacGameStore.com is offering Deus Ex: Human Revolution for $20, half off the regular price. Deus Ex, converted to the Mac by Feral Interactive, is set in a dystopian future where people with cybernetic enhancements are thralls to the giant corporations that control the technology. There are other good deals on Feral titles through MGS too, like Batman: Arkham Asylum.

Peter Cohen

Managing Editor of iMore, Mac and gaming specialist and all-around technologist. Follow him on Twitter @flargh

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re: "...a dystopian future where people with cybernetic enhancements are thralls to the giant corporations that control the technology."

That's us in 20 years. iPods will be implanted just under the skin on each temple. 4K 3D video streamed directly to your optic nerves, 64-channel surround sound streamed directly to your aural (?) nerves, and if you don't pay Apple every month it all stops working.