A new bundle of games, Talk Like A Pirate Day Bundle, is now available on the MacGameStore for $10. Achieve big savings when buying games in a bundle!
International Talk Like a Pirate Day (September 19) is a parodic holiday created in 1995 by John Baur (Ol' Chumbucket) and Mark Summers (Cap'n Slappy), who proclaimed September 19 each year as the day when everyone in the world should talk like a pirate.
Introducing a new feature with Wishlists! Easier to use, find, and manage. Also alerts you when wishlist items are on sale!
All Change Notes: - Added Wishlist button to the Titlebar. - Added Wishlist "On Sale" Titlebar notification. - Added Wishlist sales badge to the Sidebar. - Added Wishlist overlay at startup. - Added "MacGameStore Support" item to "Help" in the main menu bar. - Mac OS X Dock icon now shows download progress & ready games. - Tweaked the Sidebar's "Store" list. - Steam & Origin games that are "On Hold" now retrieve their registration details the first time the user tries to play them. - Games and demos may no longer be updated with the Client is offline. - Fixed a rare crash in the My Games table. - Fixed a rare crash in the Self Installer locateInstalledGame method. - Fixed a rare crash when editing Sidebar custom categories. - Updated French, German, Italian, and Spanish localizations. - Added startup warning when MenuAndDockless SIMBL plugin is detected. - Updated 3rd-party copyright notices. - The "On Hold" button for purchased demos now provides feedback when clicked. - Removed the "Buy Now" tag for on hold purchased demos. - Fixed a very rare crash when the app starts up in Offline mode. - Fixed a crash that could occur when downloading Overlay data. - Missing games search no longer finds apps in the Trash folder.
- Fixed issue with the main window growing taller with each launch of the app. - Games that come with a special Installer program can now sometimes be found quicker after the install has completed. - The built-in installer system is now a bit smarter about finding the correct game app in instances where the downloaded file contains multiple apps. - The "Add Your Own" system is now a bit smarter about checking to make sure the game being added isn't already in My Games. - Added ability to "repair" registration on demo-enabled games while launching with the Option key held down. Note that the game must already be properly installed and the Client must already have the game's registration information. - The MacGameStore app may no longer be selected as part of a custom game installation's "Find" step.