Two new games are arriving today with Mac users getting access to a new The Sims 2: Super Collection and iOS gamers getting their hands on the latest creation from Fable creator Peter Molyneux.

The Sims 2: Super Collection includes the return of the classic title for Mac exclusively on the Mac App Store and with it you get all of the downloadable content including 6 expansion packs and 3 additional content packs. The collection is available on the Mac App Store now as a single download for $29.99. Developers Aspyr noted, “We’ve completely overhauled The Sims™ 2 to work with modern hardware and OS configurations, optimizing performance with a new renderer, and we are supporting native resolution.”

Up next for games today is the latest from Peter Molyneux, creator of Fable and other popular titles for consoles and PC, with the release of ‘Godus’ for iPhone and iPad. The god simulator of sorts has received some teasers up until now through its Kickstarter campaign, but today the game is finally available on the App Store as a free download.

The Sims 2: Super Collection – $29.99 Mac App Store

Godus for iPhone and iPad – FREE App Store

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7 Responses to “The Sims 2: Super Collection hits Mac as Peter Molyneux’s ‘Godus’ lands for iOS”

  1. Colm Mullan says:

    Windows users got the Sims 2 Ultimate Collection for free last week. Not very fair…

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    • They no windows users won’t pay. They’d just torrent it and move on. Not saying some mac users wouldn’t do the same, but it’s the same idea as hotel websites bumping pricing if you use a mac rather than a pc. They know we tend to pay for things we like, even if it is a little higher than the pc price.

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  2. nono68200 says:

    I agree with @Colm Mullan.
    Moreover, Sims 4 will be released soon and 29.99$ is very expensive for an old game…

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  3. aeronperyton says:

    They overhauled the framework that the game runs on but still can’t port over the missing expansions and stuff packs?

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    • “The Sims 2: Super Collection includes the return of the classic title for Mac exclusively on the Mac App Store and with it you get all of the downloadable content including 6 expansion packs and 3 additional content packs.”

      Very clearly states the expansions and 3 content packs. I don’t know how many there are for it, but it seems like you get almost everything.

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