March’s marvelous Mac games
March’s marvelous Mac games

Every month there are lots and lots of games that succeed in creating a buzz. This time, we will tell you about the best Mac games of March. The collection seems diverse in terms of theme, scale, style, and of course, pricing.

From the mind-boggling Hyper Light Drifter that takes things to next level, to the popular Day of the Tentacle Remastered; you would be delighted to enjoy these latest Mac games.

Gamers would also be glad to know that a collection of Blizzard Entertainment’s all-time classics have also been recently updated to be compatible with the modern Macs. Have a look at March’s Mac games that will blow your mind with fun and entertainment.

1. Hyper Light Drifter

Offered at a price of only $20, Hyper Light Drifter made a hilarious entry in 2013. Now after a gap of two and a half years, it has become more exciting with an expanded scope, due to additional funding. It’s an action role-playing adventure inspired from the classic Legend of Zelda games. It comes with an active combat and a secret world, with its own style.

From the extremely detailed pixel which adds appeal, to the wonderful piano music, the game has been constantly appreciated by the users. Its main highlights are the dystopian world, combat challenge, and brilliant presentation. As an old-school game with updated features, Hyper Light Delight comes as a sure-shot winner.

2. Lego Marvel’s Avengers

Whereas the 2013’s version of Lego Marvel Super Heroes was one of the best pairings till date, at present the licensed Lego Marvels game formula has also established itself. Offered at a price of $40, there’s so much about the game to love it. You can still control a list of comic heroes and villains as you enter the battleground with showdowns you are already acquainted with, just with colorful and comedy tweak.

The game is inspired from both installments, including the last year’s Age of Ultron as well. You get up to 100 unlocked characters that you can play as you make your way through the game. There’s also a co-op feature, selecting it will let you play together and use special Avengers Team-Up moves to defeat your opponents.

3. Don’t Starve : Shipwrecked

The indie survival smash – Don’t Starve is something different than the rest, owing to its intriguing design. Tim Burton-esque presentation and the game geeks are already going nuts about the new expansion introduced – Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked. For a small price of only $5, you require the base game to run the new series.

Shipwrecked is a great concept and interesting add-on, offering the gamers a new world to explore, and utilize new play elements. Similar to its title, the game takes on a journey of its character in a boat to travel the fiery waters.

4. Day of the Tentacle Remastered

If you’re a lover of LucasArts adventure games, then the all-time popular studio is coming with a best of best collection – Grim Fandango Remastered released last year. Now the latest being Day of the Tentacle Remastered at $15. It has received excellent reviews till date. The theme revolves around a mutated tentacle gone free and given a coat of paint, with the new hand-drawn graphics. It also packs an optional commentary track, a treat for the die-hard fans. The new series is an ultimate classy choice, so even if you missed the amazement in the last one, here’s your choice again.

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Ankita Gairola is an R&D Engineer at SoftwareVilla. She grew up flirting with available technologies and happens to be a dynamic writer with flair of explaining complex technologies with ease to readers from all walks of life. A gadget geek, Gairola spends a major part of each day outscoring latest technologies, playing Xbox and reading books. She learned the ropes to effective writing in her very early days and has penned over 5000 articles for different press and media sources.