Top 10 Free Mac Games 2019

– [Stewie] If you’re looking
for a free game for your Mac, well 2019 is an incredibly
great year for you. Let’s take a look with the
Top 10 Free Mac Games of 2019. Starting at number 10 we
have Asphalt 9: Legends. This free arcade racing
game will be ported to Mac when macOS Catalina launches. You can also play this
game in July next month with the public beta of Catalina. Apple have allowed iPad
games to run natively on Mac with just the click of a button. This means that you should
expect many more free iPad games to come to the Mac later in
the year which is awesome. Asphalt 9 features heaps
of hyper cars to race in across stunning
locations around the world. Playing on your Mac will
allow this game to look better than ever before as Gameloft
were able to push the limits of their effects to achieve
a more photo-realistic look though the Metal API. I expect Asphalt 9 to be
playable on most Macs from 2012+. Number nine is missed messages. Here we have a point and click game. It explores a great original
story that has themes of depression, romance, horror,
life, death and even memes. I can’t show much gameplay
here as I don’t want to spoil what happens further ahead
but I should warn you that this game can be very dark and also shows themes of suicide
so just a warning for that. I will be honest it’s
not the longest game, but it offers four endings, great artwork, a very engaging and thoughtful story, and choice and consequences. Missed messages is playable on all Macs running macOS 10.12 Sierra or later. Number eight we have Vainglory. Vainglory has been
brought from mobile to PC. Sure, we have many other
great free MOBAs on Mac such as DOTA or league of
Legends, but Vainglory is very easy to get into, it’s casual,
it has a great community and it’s just fun. Plus, it has a great
feature, cross-platform play between Mac, Windows, iOS, and
Android which is fantastic. Vainglory offers you 25
minute battles or five minutes brawl modes, and it has decent
graphics for a PC experience. If you’re interested in
downloading Vainglory, good news, it can run
on most Macs out there. Number seven is RAM Pressure. You can think of this game
as a free version of X-COM. RAM Pressure is not out yet,
it’s coming later in 2019 but it looks so cool I wanted
to share it with you guys. It’s a tactical story-driven
online multiplayer game that combines turn-based
combat with a sci-fi setting. Players can drop into
intense action and witness a deep plot and storyline built for both single-player
and multiplayer missions. I’m really excited to check
out this game when it releases because it looks like it
will pack a lot of content for free and it has really
good graphics as well. So far, the requirements are not too high, so it should run on most
Macs that are running macOS 10.12 Sierra or later. Number six we have Unsung
Warriors – Prologue. This is one of the best platform
games I’ve tried this year. It has colorful and playful graphics, decent animations for a free game, and offers a little story here as well. You do need to know this
game is only 30 to 45 minutes long depending on how
well you’re able to play. This is just offering
you the prologue level for the full game, but since
Unsung Warriors – Prologue is a very challenging game
this is okay in my opinion because it can take you
quite a while to finish. You can play this game in
single player or couch co-op, explore a handcrafted 2D
world, battle against enemies, use different weapons and
items, buy and sell items, discover areas, and use
your skills to survive. The game should be playable
on all Macs from 2012+. Number five is Skillwarz. Okay, I’ve showcased this game
a few times on the channel, so I’m sorry if you’re sick of it but I’m trying my hardest
to get the player base more active as this
game truly deserves it. Skillwarz is in early access
and will be releasing later on but you can download
it right now from For a free game that
is also in a beta state it blows me away because it
offers plenty of content, a modern FPS outlook, lots
of weapons and upgrades, and over 20 maps. Basically, if you’re looking
for a great free shooter other than, I don’t know, CS GO, Skillwarz is perfect for you. Plus, Skillwarz can run
on most Macs out there. Isn’t that good? Number four we have BirdGut. Bear with me on this game. I know it looks strange but
it’s actually a fantastic game and I’m so happy I found it. You play as a bee who
gets eaten by a bird. From here you discover that
the bird’s internals organs are actually a facility in
which the consumed insects are brainwashed and put to slavery. I know it’s really bizarre
but it’s just so cool. It has a really strange
but awesome concept. I just really love it. It’s a game that I would
easily pay for but the fact that it is available for free is amazing. If you enjoy platform games, or games with a really
weird story or art style, I highly suggest Birdgut, and
I think it has a weird name. Birdgut can also run on
pretty much any Mac out there. Number three is Albion Online. Now this game was
released I believe in 2017 but in 2019, Albion
Online went free-to-play. If you don’t enjoy
grinding, or playing games like I don’t know Runescape you might not enjoy Albion Online
so keep that in mind. But if you do like those type of games, well you probably will enjoy this one. It’s an MMORPG set in an medieval world. It has quests to go on, lots
of things to unlock, powers, you can ride around on a
horse, it has decent graphics, it has lots of other
players to interact with and chat online, it actually
has a lot of content guys. I will say that some players are reporting that the game is quite buggy
but based on my experience I haven’t had any issues with
the performance of this game running on my Mac. The game can run on most Macs out there. Number two we have Counter
Strike: Global Offensive. Okay yes, this is an old game I get that, but in December 2018 CS GO
became a free-to-play experience and plus it is still
receiving updates in 2019. So, I thought it would be
a good idea to include it in this 2019 free games for Mac list. Besides CS GO is still
incredibly popular and offers one of the best online
FPS games out there. And if you didn’t know, CS GO now offers a battle royal mode, because
we didn’t have enough of them already right. But there are heaps of other
game modes to jump into, guns to use, and it even
offers strategic elements. CS GO is not a demanding
game so it can run on most Macs out there. Let’s look at some notable mentions. Never Split the Party
is a rogue-like game, where you play with four
other players and explore procedurally generated dungeons. The only problem with this game is that almost no one is playing it. Scram is a great online FPS
game, but once again there is almost no one playing
it based on my experience. And Himno is a is peaceful, 2D platformer. It has no real objective,
you just explore and relax. And finally, number one we have
Sky: Children of the Light. Guess what? This game is going to be free-to-play when it launches in July. It’s going to be available
first on iPhone and iPad with the macOS release
coming shortly after. It’s thatgamecompany’s spiritual successor to their previous games, Journey, Flower, or flOw if you played them. This time around in Sky players
will experience a social adventure where up to eight players can explore stunning worlds together. The goal is to spread light
around the desolate kingdom to recover and return the fallen stars back to their constellations. The only downside for this
game, and it’s not that big, is that you have to play online, you can’t play offline but that’s it. The requirements have not been announced but it will require a Mac
that supports the Metal API. The devs have told me that the
game will be free to start. There will be in-app purchases
available for giving gifts or for season events, but and a big but, no payment is required to
play the main core experience which is very important. So, what do you think of
these free games for 2019? In my opinion, it’s not
a bad list of games. There is something here
for all types of gamers. Let me know what you think of them. I hope you found this video useful. Leave a like if you did and
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