Yes, partially. Steam search has a built-in filter feature, this URL will give you games:
That you haven't ignored [if you're logged in]
That are not in your library [if you're logged in]
That have full controller support (not only PS4, but controller. You can't specify PS4 controller. Should be fine, still)
That are for macOS
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You can download the client to get a free trial.
Other than that, no. While you could easily look up "mac minecraft free" or something, please don't resort to piracy. There are a number of reasons not to, but if you're thought is "they have a lot of money already, they don't need more" - while that's already the wrong mindset, if that's ...
Is it possible to play minecraft with a single account on different platforms (mac, windows and Linux) without purchasing again on each platform.
These 3 platforms all support Java Edition. Download and install the appropriate binaries for given platform, enter your login details in the launcher and play. Only one can be logged in at a time, but there's no ...
I found an answer on Changing Path of Server World - Minecraft Forum:
All you have to do is point it to the folder in the server.properties under "level-name," but it has to be a relative path. For example, I have a Test Server in a folder on my Desktop:
"../" will go back a ...
Hollow Knight seems to have an issue with Xbox controllers in general. I've done some research and found the following articles:
Right click steam and open up "big picture". Once there, click the "gear" in the top right. Open up controller options, and enable xbox 360 ...
Unfortunately, since macOS Catalina released, crossplay between Windows and Mac is no longer possible.
Due to Apple's changing ecosystem with macOS Catalina, we updated Civilization V to continue to work on modern systems. Unfortunately, these changes mean crossplay between macOS and Windows will no longer be compatible.
We do our best to provide the ...
So, I actually just made a mod for this. It's for Fabric and it's for 1.16.4+. Here's the link: Ctrl Q.
The mod is basically remapping the default Command key for Ctrl when dropping items. I myself had this issue, and it's only recently that I learnt how to make mods so I can code it. Have fun!
No need to use Wineskin for KOTOR 2 anymore, it is supported on MacOS natively since this update:
... proud to announce STAR WARS™ Knights of the Old Republic™ II - The Sith Lords™ is now available on Mac and Linux, along with a massive update to all 3 platforms.
Yes, N++ runs on Mac. Has done for a couple of years! Not sure of the specs but it is even in the process of being updated for Apple's new requirements. (you can use the localization beta branch if it doesn't work at the moment)
Since you are using the Campaign Edition, you will not be able to access faith or religion, as these features were added in the game's first expansion, Gods & Kings.
Faith is effectively a new resource introduced in Gods & Kings used to track and make purchases for a civilization's religion.
The Campaign Edition of the game unfortunately does not ...
Steam does not says if the games are x64 or x86, but developers might report it somewhere in the "About this Game" or "System Requirements" sections.
One example is Fran Bow, where it says that is not compatible with Catalina in the Additional Notes section of the System Requirements.
There are other games like Shadow Warrior that are ...
Set your controller to enable pairing (For PS4 controllers, hold down the PS button and the Share button until the light on the rear of the controller).
Click the Apple logo in the top left corner of your screen.
Select System Preferences.
If your launcher is stuck or "Not responding", please try the following fix:
Close the game & launcher
Press ⌘ Command + Space
Type ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft and click on "minecraft" under "Folders"
Try to play the game again
Have you tried OBS Studio? Is available for Windows, macOS and Linux and is Open Source.
You just need to configure the size of the canvas from the options and then add the window of the emulator to OBS Studio as a Game Source (if that doesn't work, use Window Capture).
After that, you can mute the Microphone or Auxiliary Input from the Audio Mixer panel, ...
I found an easy solution.
Remap controller buttons as keyboard input. Remap the analog stick as keyboard arrows and all other buttons mirroring your keyboard setup.
After doing that I never had problems again.
There are at least 3 Ways:
Via Mission Control. Launch the game, swipe up the trackpad with 3 fingers (or press F3/Fn+F3, then drag the game window into the second monitor/desktop.
Via Dock. Move your mouse to the second screen and to where your Dock is positioned to activate it on that monitor. If the game is on the Dock or in the Applications Folder, ...