These are the things I've written that are tagged "steam"

How To Play Civilization 5 On Your Mac With WineBottler

Hello, gentle reader. Since the publishing of this post, Aspyr has ported Civilization 5 to Mac OS X. That means you can just Buy Sid Meier’s Civilization V for Mac OSX on Amazon. The information that follows is left intact for historical purposes. The following how to was written for Intel Macs running Mac OS […]

“Steam Is a Port”

John Bell on Steam’s Mac version, and cross-platform UIs in general. As I did in my post on Steam, he sees it as an example in favor of Apple’s stance on third-party SDKs in the App Store: Apple has their head on straight with regards to ports. They want apps to be designed with iPads […]

On Steam for Mac OS X

Steam for Mac, while a welcome panacea against the 17 or 20 Windows users who were clinging to the last hope of their platform (“Macs don’t have any games!”), is not yet a first-class Mac OS X citizen. As a cross-platform system, it is completely expected, and normal, that there are going to be conventions […]

The Steam Client for Mac Is Here

… and here is where to download it from the Steam homepage. It is a 2.7mb Disk Image. I expect a press release shortly. Hurry up before the server melts. If you aren’t in the closed beta you’ll get a message saying so, but at least you’ll have the client downloaded and updated before the […]

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