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Apple direct-selling OSX games

No download store, but free shipping plus online demos and trailers

Apple has quietly added a Mac OSX games section to its online store.

While the titles are physical media-based, with no sign of a download service as yet, it is perhaps the most accommodating the firm has yet been to Mac games.

Launched without fanfare, the sub-site includes trailers and demos (where available) for the titles it sells, plus reviews and editorial.

Pricing for the 84 available titles - which so far broadly constitute older games – are largely in-line with PC retail prices, though some dramatically exceed it.

The five-year-old Age Of Empires III, for example, is £40.

The US store offers free shipping on all titles, while the UK subsidiary adds delivery charges for all orders under £78.

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Alec Meer: A 10-year veteran of scribbling about video games, Alec primarily writes for Rock, Paper, Shotgun, but given any opportunity he will escape his keyboard and mouse ghetto to write about any and all formats.
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