- [Narrator] If you're looking to spend nothing on games in 2018, you've come to the right place, as I've put together a list of the best new free Mac OS games. - Hale, it's about time. - [Narrator] This list only consists of free Mac games from 2017 and up. So, anything released before 2017, like Paladins, DOTA 2, or War Thunder for instance are not here, as I've covered them in prior years. Anyway, without further ado here are the Top 10 Free Mac Games of 2018. - It ain't over til it's over you son of a bitch. - [Narrator] Starting at Number 10 we have Solders: Arena Okay this game isn't really out for Mac OS yet, it is set to arrive sometime in 2018. It will arrive as a paid early access title, that will become free-to-play when it is fully released. I don't usually promote games with this kind of business model, but Soldiers: Arena looks to be very interesting. It is a multiplayer strategy-action game, designed by the creators of the Men of War series, which isn't actually supported on Mac OS. So, I'm happy to see them showing us some love this time around. There are three factions, commanders, 200 units, and tasks to complete along the way. Number nine is Codename Cure. Welcome to a cool first-person zombie shooter. It offers online missions to complete with up to five players. The gameplay is fast and dynamic bringing to you objective based missions and survival missions. Codename CURE can be played offline and online with or without controlled teammates. So that is kind of cool. The game was released a few years ago but became a full release in 2017. It also has low requirements which is a bonus. I'd say the game is both a mix of Left 4 Dead and Killing Floor, and this isn't a bad thing as you experience of all of this for free here. (gunshots) Number eight we have Tale of Toast. I've only just heard of this one, whilst researching games for this episode, and I'm surprised it went under my radar. It's an open world MMORPG inspired by classic games in the same genre. Tale of Toast offers a plentiful of content here. There is a lot of combat, social interaction with other players, trading, procedurally generated dungeons, and plenty of quests to be completed. The art design is also interesting too, it's cartoony, which really works in my opinion. Number seven is Fishing Planet. If you've ever wanted to experience fishing, without actually going out and fishing, well this game is the most realistic and closest thing to that real-life activity. It offers the most authentic fishing experience without payment. Plus, the visuals are quite nice too, which means you'll need a slightly high-end Mac to play Fishing Planet at decent performance. It isn't anything too demanding but I'm just putting that out there. There are 72 species of fish, multiple locations, different weather conditions, and multiplayer tournaments. It's a simple one, I'll put that out there, but it is also very relaxing. It was originally released back in 2015, but it became a full release in August of 2017. Number six we have Dead Maze. Zombie games are still more popular than ever in 2018, we just can't get a break from this genre. Dead Maze is obviously a new zombie game, presented from a top down perspective, with multiplayer an experience at its core. Together with other online players, you'll need to work side by side to defend yourselves. Players must also find food and medicine and craft supplies to keep going. I know the graphics are not anything exceptional, I get that, but the gameplay is actually pretty decent. As you continue to play you'll establish a
how to get a free macbook procamp, furnishing it however you like. Number five is SAS: Zombie Assault 4. The graphics here are extremely basic, I understand that. But the gameplay is actually really fun. You'll play in heaps of dynamic and challenging levels defending yourself from zombies. As you progress you'll unlock abilities and new weapons. The game is smart as you can use the environment to block zombies, creating some stressful moments. Four player co-op, heaps of loot, classes to choose from, a skill tree, and hundreds of weapons are available to the player. It's a very low spec game, so it can run on almost all Mac's from 2006 and above. Number four we have Brawlhalla. I've talked about Brawlhalla quite a few times on MrMacRight, so some of you guys may be familiar with it. However, it only recently became a full release game on Steam. It's an online platform fighting game for up to eight players online and locally. It's hard to get bored in Brawlhalla. You can join casual matches choosing from over 30 legends, play ranked matches, or even make a custom room. The online player base is large at the moment, and there are frequent updates. The requirements are also remarkably low, meaning you can run it on pretty much any intel-based Mac you throw at it. Number three is Doki Doki Literature Club. From first glance I thought this was a dating simulator, but it really isn't. It's actually a visual novel horror game, if you can believe that, where you play as a high schooler, who joins a literature club. You start to interact with four girls, spending time with each one. This is where things go south, and I mean really south. It's kind of hard to talk about this game without spoiling it, so you'll have to check it out for yourself. And yes, I don't really like visual novels and reading, but this one is the exception. Number two we have Starcraft 2. Yep, this game isn't really new, but in late 2017 a big thing changed. Starcraft 2 used to have a free starter edition, offering only parts of the game, but this changed last year as it is now a legitimate free game, without any micro-transactions. So, how could I not put it on this list? It is one of the best and most played strategy games to-date, and the fact that it is now completely free-to-play is really something. Starcraft 2 also has rather low requirements, as it isn't a very demanding game. Plus, you can also play the original Starcraft for free now, which is awesome. I've included links to download these games in the description. - Are my troops ready yet? - Your forces are prepared and awaiting your orders commander. Uploading tactical data now. - [Narrator] And finally, number one we have Fortnite. I bet some of you saw this one coming. I've been playing a lot of Fortnite lately, and so have a lot of you, according to my YouTube comments. Most people are playing Fortnite for the free Battle Royal mode, where you can go up against 100 players in one map. It's such a great game, and I'm so pleased it came to Mac OS. It's a very demanding one though, so you'll need a Mac from 2014 onwards to run at decent performance. Plus, the MacBook Air's, MacBook, and Mac Mini are not good for playing Fortnite. Stick with the iMac's and MacBook Pros to play Fortnite. Anyway, it's a great game, check it out. Those are the Top 10 Free Mac games of 2018. I hope this guide was of some use to you guys. If you enjoyed it, please leave a like and share if you're new. Anyway thanks guys! I'll talk to you later. Bye bye.