March was an amazing month for Mac games

By Ric Molina of MacGamer

I just witnessed an amazing month for Mac gaming. And I just had to share it with you. Because the final days of March brought so many exciting news and games to the Mac platform it's hard not to get excited.

As always, all new releases and upcoming Mac games can be found here, but I rather give you a quick summary of the most exciting games. The games I personally can't wait to try. In March 2017, the Mac platform saw the following releases:

X-Plane 11: X-Plane 11 is the most detailed, realistic, and modern flight simulator around. It includes a refined user interface, 3-D cockpits, and more. This all helps make this tough simulation more accessible to newcomers. Released March 30.

Thimbleweed Park: From the creators of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion comes a new adventure game. This Kickstarter success let's you switch between five playable characters to uncover the surreal secrets of a strange town. Released March 30.

Ballistic Overkill: Ballistic Overkill is a fast paced PvP shooter where you can select from one of 7 classes, each with their own skills and weapons. It aims to be a combination of Call of Duty with Overwatch and the result is quite impressive. Released March 29.

Obduction: Obduction is a new sci-fi adventure game from Cyan, the creators of Myst. Abducted far across the universe, you find yourself far away from Earth. Explore, uncover, solve, and find a way to make it home. Released March 29.

The Witness: From the man who delivered Braid comes The Witness, an open-world puzzle game. You wake up, alone, on a strange island full of puzzles that will challenge and surprise you. Released March 10.

And if these are not enough to get you excited, Feral Interactive finally gave us a release date for Total War: Warhammer: April 2017.

For even more releases, check our New Mac games page.