Do you find yourself buying more casual games a month than you can afford? Do you happen to play those games on a Mac? Then this incredibly specific news is for you. Collapse! Blast maker GameHouse has extended its paid unlimited game download service, FunPass, to Mac users. Jokes aside, Macs are only going to get more popular.
Interested Mac users can try FunPass for a week for absolutely free. FunPass allows players to download an unlimited amount of casual games from TextTwist 2 to PopCap's Bejeweled 2, Plants vs Zombies and 97 more games for Mac. While that pales in comparison to the 1,700 plus games available through FunPass for Windows users, GameHouse promises that more Mac games will be added to the service every week.
After that free week is up, however, the service charge jumps to $19.99 a month. That's quite a bit of cash, but if you find yourself downloading game after game every month through the Mac App Store, Steam or elsewhere, it might make sense to give it a shot. Plus, FunPass members score 30 percent off games that aren't included in the service as well as 10,000 GameHouse coins a month to nab other casual games. "Hardcore" casual gamers--whatever that means: This could be your credit card's savior.
Do you buy and play several casual games a month on your Mac? Would you ever consider paying monthly to get possibly all the casual games you'd ever want in one place? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.