Mac cursor, click problem tarnishes a good one
I really want to like this game, but it was obviously not originally designed for Mac users (or ported properly to work with the Mac). At first launch, the cursor was invisible. Fumbling to the options page, I was able to turn off the "hardware cursor" option, which allowed the game's mouse cursor to reappear. During the lengthly tutorial, I struggled with what should have been easy stuff: right-click this and left-click that. I was using an Apple mouse (wired) and right-clicking rarely worked. Control-right clicking seemed to work better, but it took me a while to figure it out. Come on, developer! But it's hit and miss. Without being able to reliably click on something in the game, what's the point?
Otherwise, graphics look really good and it runs like a charm, at the highest visual settings on a 2014 iMac 21.5". Retro (think Ocean's 11 soundtrack) music plays throughout. Voice acting is okay, but the programmers didn't program enough pause between some of the dialog, so it sometimes sounds like they're trying to interrupt each other by cutting in right after the other's sentence is over. Again, a little sloppy there. The storyline reminds me of "The Italian Job".