The untold story of a creative, innovative, fiercely-independent gaming scene that was serially ignored by the outside world
As a member of the PC master race, I always was curious about Mac Gaming, so I backed this book by Richard Moss a few months ago. Can’t wait to get a quiet day and read it all and write a full review. However, I managed to skim through the pages and it’s actually quite impressive. The author himself states that he started working on this book about four years ago and it draws on archive materials as well as 60+ new interviews with key figures from Mac gaming’s past.
This will undoubtedly be interesting for gamers , game devs and even some researchers (I did both of my dissertations on gaming culture ;)).
You can get a digital copy for only £10 here.