StarCraft Remastered

StarCraft – MacOS edition

StarCraft – Brood War Remastered

The StarCraft is a classic real-time strategy game that has been available for macOS. The game was originally released in 1998, and since then, there have been updates and compatibility improvements for modern operating systems, including macOS.


Did you remember the most popular game in the past StarCraft, the real-time strategy game for computers?
At the moment this StarCraft game is free of charge. The 1.8 version comes with a full remastered version of the original game plus all patches and fixes. So, now you could play a piece of PC gaming history — the Blizzard company has been published the game StarCraft, free for everybody, and available for Mac as well.

App description: StarCraft Remastered 1.18
App description: Games
The good: Free
The bad: None
Updated: December 20, 2020
System requirements: The program requires OS X 10.10 or later.

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Red Alert Mac

Red Alert Mac

Welcome back, Commander! Popular Red Alert strategy game, rebuilt for the Mac computers. Available for free. The Red Alert mod focuses on strategy, providing a range of units and tactics to conquer the land, sea, and air.


“Red Alert” likely refers to “Command & Conquer: Red Alert,” a classic real-time strategy game developed by Westwood Studios. Red Alert was initially released in 1996 and is part of the popular Command & Conquer series. In a Red Alert game world where Germany was assassinated, the Soviet Union seeks power over all of Europe. Allied against this Evil Empire, the free world faces a Cold War turned super hot.

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Release notes:

Fixed servers showing as “Waiting” in the server list after play has started.
Fixed a crash in the lobby if the admin changes the map while a player is joining.
Fixed part of the lobby UI disappearing after transferring admin to another player.
Fixed players showing as “Anonymous” in the lobby after switching from another mod.
Fixed a crash when using the /level up cheat with units that are already veteran.
Fixed rare crashes when using Attack Move, and when ordering aircraft to land.
Fixed bugs with the Chronoshift killing Construction Yards and duplicating MCVs.
Fixed a glitch if the owner surrenders while a tech-structure is being captured.
Fixed a rare bug where units become uncontrollable after exiting a transport.
Fixed compatibility issues with certain older GPUs.
Removed tech-structure abilities from campaign-specific buildings in Red Alert.

App description: Red Alert
App description: Games
The good: Open Source
The bad: None
Updated: December 20, 2020
System requirements: The program requires OS X 10.7 or later. Mono 4.6 or later is required.

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IQuake3 for Mac

Category: Games
Version: 1.36
Download Size: 37.3 MB
License: Free to try
Release Date: February 10, 2020
Last Updated: February 14, 2020
System requirements: Mac OS X (Universal Binary)


By now, action games in which you careen through hallways blasting the bejeezus out of anything that moves are familiar enough so that Mac players are in danger of finding the whole proposition a bore. The folks at IQuake3 hope their latest release, IQuake3 (distributed for the Mac), will provide enough heart-pumping action, glorious graphics, and compelling level design to mask the fact that the game is amazing.


Those who live for match game, are likely to welcome this same previous thing. In the latest iteration of Quake, you will find some amazing maps complete with rounded surfaces, dramatic lighting, fog, and–replacing the elevators of old–jump pads that propel you from level to level. However, the game lacks extensive cooperative play. Although IQuake3 includes the team game Capture the Flag (with a scant four maps), it doesn’t offer the innovative team play found in Unreal Tournament’s Domination and Assault games.

As with Unreal Tournament, IQuake3’s single-player game is really a series of training missions where you face computer-controlled “bots.” Going head to head with these critters, you can make your way through the game’s 26 maps before challenging flesh-and-blood opponents on a LAN or the Internet. Single-player IQuake3 also gives you an opportunity to brush up on your skills. Bots are designed to emulate human players, dashing and leaping about in unpredictable ways. The degree to which they imitate their human counterparts depends on the skill level you choose. Only the newest players will find the first two levels challenging, while the fifth level, Nightmare, features inhumanly skilled bots–they never miss.

When playing against the computer, you can choose either Skirmish mode–where you can select any map, populate it with opponents, and determine the “frag” or time limit necessary to win the skirmish–or Tournament mode, in which you fight your way through a series of maps to reach the seventh tier, where you face Xaero, the ultimate bot.

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