Top sports and racing games for Mac OS

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Hello friends today I will share top sports and racing games for Mac OS. These are the top games which are very popular and playing mostly in the mac os.

Asphalt 6: Adrenaline

Company: Gameloft
Where to buy: Mac App Store
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.6
Price: £3.99

The Mac version of the popular iOS game is one of the best racing games on the Mac at the moment.

One nice feature is that it allows you to drive both cars and bikes, including classic models from Ferrari, Aston Martin and Lamborghini. You can take part in 55 different events set in locations such as Los Angeles, Tokyo and the Bahamas, and fine-tune the performance of your vehicles to cope with different tracks and conditions. There’s an online mode for up to six players, and it’s great value at just £4.99.

Colin McRae: DiRT 2

Company: Feral
Where to buy: Steam
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.7, 2GHz Intel processor, graphics card with 128MB VRAM
Price: £22.99

DiRT 2 is the best racing game we’ve seen on the Mac for a while, with great 3D graphics and responsive high-speed racing action. You start out as a rookie driver and then work your way up through dozens of events to take on the professionals in the X Games events. You can choose from 35 different cars, and customise them to handle different types of events such as rally cross and trailblazer. Locations range from Battersea Power Station to the Utah desert to the jungles of Malaysia, and there’s an online multiplayer mode too. However, the game is picky about its system requirements, so check the technical details before buying.

FIFA 12

Company: Electronic Arts
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.8, Intel Core 2 Duo processor, graphics card with 256MB VRAM
Price: £29.95

FIFA 12 provides the same features and game modes as the Xbox and PlayStation versions, including the new Impact Engine, which realistically mimics the way that players jostle each other for possession, and a Precision Dribbling feature that provides fine control of the ball. There’s also a Pro Player Intelligence system that allows computer-controlled players to react like their real-life counterparts (so Tevez will refuse to play at all, and Rooney will threaten to quit unless he gets another pay rise).

The main Career mode will take you through the season, but there’s also an Online Friendly mode that allows you to play matches against your friends too.

FlatOut 2

Company: Virtual Programming
Where to buy: Mac App Store
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.8, Intel processor, graphics card with 128MB VRAM
Price: £4.99

Racing games on the Mac have rather faded away recently, but FlatOut 2 is an old-timer that’s still a lot of fun.

There’s no attempt to simulate real-world physics or recreate actual race tracks here – FlatOut 2 is an out-and-out arcade game in which you just drive like crazy and smash anything that gets in your way. The main Championship mode lets you choose from 34 different vehicles, and then progress through a series of increasingly difficult races set in locations such as the LA storm drains and Rocky Mountain forests. There’s also an online multiplayer mode, as well as a series of mini-games and Destruction Derby Arenas where you can really let loose.

Football Manager 12

Company: Sega
Buy now: Steam
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.8, Intel processor, graphics card with 256MB VRAM
Price: £29.95

As the name implies, Football Manager puts more emphasis on the management side of things. You can control any team from 50 different countries, and then sit on the bench to give instructions, make substitutions and generally shout and wave your arms around. You get to argue over transfers and contracts, and this version of the game includes a Tone System for team talks, which allows you to cajole players or get angry and throw stuff at them. There’s a free demo version to try out.

Let’s Golf 2

Company: Gameloft
Where to buy: Mac App Store
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.6; Intel processor
Price: £3.99

Let’s Golf is very much a family game, rather than a technically accurate golf simulation, but you can still challenge yourself in the main Career mode, which includes weird and wonderful courses in locations such as wintry Greenland and the Aztec Jungle. You can choose from four different players, who each have their own special golfing strengths, and there’s a multiplayer mode as well, so you can play against family and friends.

so friends enjoy these top games.

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