Virtual Programming has released their Deliver2Mac digital delivery app, free Mac OS X software that allows consumers to browse the titles available through the company’s Deliver2Mac digital download service and make purchases without needing to load the web site.
Like Valve Software’s Steam client, the Deliver2Mac app lets users manage their game library in one place: they can download and install games, launch them, install patches, uninstall games, and read user manuals. They don’t even have to keep track of serial numbers anymore, says Virtual Programming CEO Mark Hinton.
The Deliver2Mac app’s virtual storefront also offers a place for gamers to download free demos, view game trailers, and peruse titles by category. The new Deliver2Mac launches with three new games: the Hearts of Iron 3: For the Motherland expansion pack, the incredibly realistic World Challenge Golf 2011, and the Europa Universalis III: Chronicles collection.
The Deliver2Mac app is available now at the Deliver2Mac web site (http://www.deliver2mac.com). System requirements call for Mac OS X version 10.5.8 (or higher), an Intel processor, and a broadband Internet connection.