Following up on yesterdays article about finding replacements for the software you used to love so much in Windows, it’s time to look at replacements for all the great games that come bundled.
Just like yesterday, the list of Windows games and the respective descriptions are borrowed from Wikipedia.
|Chess Titans||A version of Chess.||Chess (included with OS X)|
|FreeCell||A version of FreeCell.||PySol|
|Hearts||A version of Hearts using Black Lady scoring.||3D Hearts Deluxe ($19.95)|
|InkBall||A game employing the use of a stylus or mouse to draw lines to direct balls into holes of corresponding colors.||Enigmo ($19.95)|
|Mahjong Titans||A version of Mahjong solitaire.||MyMahj / Bo-Jong / Mahjong Solitarus ($17)|
|Minesweeper||A version of Minesweeper.||BombSquad / XMines|
|Purble Place||An educational game for children, teaching pattern recognition, shapes, and colors.||LuaLua ($19.95) / Plopp ($19.50) / Giggles ($19.99)|
|Solitaire||A version of Klondike Solitaire.||PySol|
|Spider Solitaire||A version of Spider Solitaire.||PySol|
If you are serious about Mac gaming, or just curious about what is offered, have a look at the excellent Inside Mac Games website.