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Crow is the critically acclaimed, story-driven action-adventure developed by Sunside.





Crow is the critically acclaimed, story-driven action-adventure developed by Sunside. Combining unique exploration, combat, and game mechanics, Crow takes the player on an exciting journey to faraway lands where an ancient battle is unfolding. Your choices will forever alter the course of this world. Will you Curse your foes or Spare them and risk the consequences?

Now available with new high resolution graphics and advanced rendering features designed specifically for the MacBook Air and new line of Apple laptops!

Created using Sunside's in-house game platform Radiance, Crow delivers stunning visuals and immersion in a fully 3D world.

What reviewers have said:

★ PC Magazine - The 25 Best iPhone Games - "Crow is a game that beckons you to take a flight through the dark side in an adventure that lets you choose your own path."
★ Kotaku - Gaming App of the Day - "Crow could be the greatest iPhone game I’ve ever played."
★ Appolicious Advisor - 5/5 - "Some of the best visuals the iPhone has to offer."
★ 148Apps - Editor's Choice Award - "Unique is the word for this game."
★ TheAppShack - 5/5 - "The gameplay is solid, the atmosphere, graphics, music, and story all blend together perfectly."
★ - 4/5 - "An Immensely Captivating Dark Adventure for iOS"
★ TapByte - 10/10 - "Sunside Games has managed to create a masterpiece of a game."
★ AppAdvice - 5/5 - "Crow is one of the best games I have ever played."
★ - 9/10 - "Crow is one of the most visually stunning games I have seen on iOS. The graphics, music, setting and story all result in an amazing experience."
★ iFanzine - 4/5 - "Crow's world is definitely one of the most compelling I've visited on iOS."
  • Supports all Apple Laptops & iMacs (2009 and newer)
  • Immersive story line
  • Meaningful player choice
  • Stunning 3D graphics
  • Visceral combat
  • Sweeping musical score


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
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64bit SupportYes
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAMAny
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

Reviews, Ratings & Comments


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  1. Crow is one of those rare gems
    by rmumpton, USA - Jul 3rd 2015

    Crow is one of those rare gems that come along once in a while. A beautiful setting, and really unique gameplay design. A simple story of a demon crow out to win it's freedom, the game draws you into a fantastic fantasy medieval world, with a simple story, simple but amazing gameplay and a beautiful artistic design.

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  2. Mobile port
    by Hermit64, Spain - Jun 2nd 2015

    First, 2 things about this game:

    1. This is a port to a mobile game, so expect what you have: a dumb game on a big screen.
    2. Don't be confused: When you read on a game description somewhere and it says "critically acclaimed", it only means that there's one person who likes the game and has published his opinion somewhere. It does not mean that's a general opinion.

    So, what we have here?. As I said, it's a mobile game relocated to the big screen. It has beautiful graphics, as you can appreciate in the treacherous screen captures shown here at MGS. And it has "certain atmosphere", that's true. But what about gameplay? Extremely limited and repetitive. Each level is always the same: you fly over a tiny map collectig a few gems an eventually you bump into a "big boss". If you defeat it, you jump to the next level, where you expect the same, Number of levels is small, variation is minimum, you cant't control your flight in fighting sequences (you move on a pre-written path) and actions are very limited and… imprecise? (Imagine the "finger-tapping-the screen" style of mobile gaming translated to a computer mouse).

    We players should be payed for suffering games like this.

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  3. I wanted to like this game; I didn't
    by green_knight, United Kingdom - Apr 29th 2015

    I'm glad that games like this exist; I'm happy to see them at Macgamestore. That said, I found the navigation clumsy and at times dizzying - I never felt in control of where my character was moving to. and I could not immerse myself in the graphics, either. A better concept than execution, IMHO.

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  4. Great graphics!
    by Froggie, USA - Dec 5th 2014

    This is a different type of game. Not your typical run of the mill adventure game. Not easy, controls are a little difficult on a laptop. Graphics are nice. Flight mechanics are a little awkward. Cool soundtrack.
    Note for laptop users, best with a mouse. I use a bluetooth mouse; makes it a lot easier.

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  5. Pretty, but blant gameplay
    by T'hain Esh Kelch, Denmark - Dec 14th 2013

    It looks really good, with a very nice mood setting.

    Unfortunately, the gameplay is quite lacking. You fly around as you like, trying to find diamons, which isn't that interesting, and once in a while you get to fight a boss. Fighting a boss means fly a set path, try to dodge a few obstacles (Most of which are very hard to determine where they will hit you), and then once in a while attack a boss by drawing a line on the screen.

    I think you have to be less than 10 years old (literally) in order to enjoy this game very much. Too simple for at least.

    If gameplay was more interesting, then it would probably be a much better game.

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  6. Bad!
    by ChrisInHeaver, Norway - Mar 17th 2013

    This game is really not worth it's 5 dollars. It's hard to get started, but if your interested in sitting hours to find diamonds, sure go ahead.

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  7. Some pleasant features, otherwise not worth it
    by NorthernSpruce, Canada - Oct 7th 2012

    The best thing about this game is the experience of flying over the landscapes, which can be quite detailed; the movement in flight is very fluid and natural and the experience is quite restful. The game itself is really not fun at all: it comes down to fighting a series of enemies with two actions "attack" and "put up a shield". You have no control over how well you attack; you either attack or you don't, and success is randomly determined. The fight segments have the strange shortcoming that during them you can't actually control your flight, you just fly round and round in a predetermined pattern and your only decision is "attack" or "shield". The fights posed little challenge for me (and I am not an experienced gamer or skilled at quick play at all) until what looked like the last one, which switched from mediocre to impossible. I quit the game and uninstalled it in disgust. There are two other kinds of actions in the game: you have to look for jewels (to get skill points) and for story points but looking really just consists of flying around and the jewels pretty much reveal themselves; and you occasionally exchange your skill points for skills that affect your success in attacking or shielding. One other nice feature is the opportunity to choose whether to show mercy at the end of a fight, which seems to affect the outcome of the game. Overall, much of the game was pleasant and restful, the rest was really frustrating. I don't recommend it.

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