Digital game downloads site GOG.com (formerly short for Good Old Games) initially made a name for itself by selling versions of classic DOS PC games from the 80s and 90s updated to run on modern Windows computers. Now the site is updating the classics for Mac as well.
This is the second time GOG.com has expanded what it has on tap; earlier this year the site announced that it would start carrying modern games (mostly indies) in addition to classics, though even its modern offerings are well-tailored to classic PC gaming fans rather than the wider Call of Duty crowd.
Now that you can sort your searches on GOG.com to include Mac games, you’ll see that there are 50 so far, including the Ultima and Wing Commander series, recent indie hits like Machinarium and Deponia 2, and the hardcore RPG The Witcher, which was developed by the company that owns GOG.com.
You can find the Apple-spoof teaser video GOG recorded before the formal announcement below, though we’re not sure if making fun of Apple is the best way to ingratiate would-be Mac customers. Granted, this is not the first time GOG has made something of a marketing blunder, and it’s definitely not the worst.