• Aspyr's game library is shrinking thanks to macOS Catalina

    5 monthes ago - By iMore

    Today's news doesn't come as a surprise
    On Monday, Austin, Texas-based Aspyr announced it would stop sales on most of its 32-bit Mac games after today, June 17. The news comes ahead of the fall launch of Apple's macOS Catalina, which won't support 32-bit apps.
    After today, Aspyr's remaining library of Mac games will be 64-bit, with some titles getting 64-bit updates by September.
    Elizabeth Howard, vice president of publishing at Aspyr, explains:
    Once Apple announced it was discontinuing support for 32-bit titles, we decided ending sales for those games was the right thing to do, and well...
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  • Aspyr Will Stop Selling 32-Bit Mac Games After Today

    Aspyr Will Stop Selling 32-Bit Mac Games After Today

    5 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    Aspyr has announced that today is the last day of sales for its 32-bit Mac games, in anticipation of Apple's upcoming move to 64-bit only apps on macOS Catalina later this year.
    After today, Aspyr's remaining library of Mac games for sale will be 64-bit or will receive a 64-bit update by September, when macOS Catalina is expected to release. The company promised that it will continue to port games to Mac, and that it has a "number of big announcements" for different platforms coming in the fall.
    “Once Apple announced it was discontinuing support for 32-bit titles, we decided ending sales...
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