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Ever seen articles advertised on the covers of those cheesy magazines at the supermarket counter about things like “hair-do’s” and “hair-dont's”, and wondered if the same type of reporting could be applied to the world of the mac gamer? Well, wonder no longer, the writers across at MacGamer.com have succumbed to the urge and published a list of what’s “cool” and what’s “lame” in the Mac gaming world.
Here’s a snippet of what to expect:
Cool: GameRanger for OS XBe sure to check out the rest of this brutal and often amusing summary of the mac gaming world by clicking on the link below.
MacGamer's Gaming It List
Scott Kevill's forward-thinking game-finding utility, GameRanger , will soon be hitting full OS X compatibility (though a little later than planned), thus bringing his fully-featured application (which supports over ninety-one games) to the only operating system that matters.
Lame: GameRanger users
If you're new to online gaming, nothing can ruin your experience more than rude adolescents mouthing off with relative impunity in the chat areas of GameRanger. So long as this utility is a gathering place for the cliquish, abusive adolescent crowd, just so long will mature or fledgling gamers steer clear.
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