Valve to Add Mac OSX Support for Steam

For those of you who haven’t already seen this, Valve has announced that they will be creating a Mac version of their Steam service. Steam is Valve’s digital distribution software for games like Half-Life and Team Fortress. Xbox 360 users got a taste of Valve’s gaming goodness with the Orange Box but now Mac users might see some love. Users might get to buy, download, and then game with friends over Steam. Here is the link to sign up for Mac Beta testing. I will be signing up shortly but I wanted to blab about this as soon as I heard. It would be really interesting if they eventually opened up to the iPad. Half-Life for the iPad would be pretty rad. Even just being able to download and then sync to your Mac via a link with the Steam software would be interesting. These are just ideas though, no need to speculate just something to ponder.

Cheers!

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2 Responses to Valve to Add Mac OSX Support for Steam

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