Handsome Apple computer Mac will be given some big games to play this year. Good grief.

Among them will be scintillating shooter Call of Duty 4 and hurry up and release it Spore.

Aspyr Media will be responsible for the former, and has already chalked-up a meaty 61 Mac conversions to its name, including Guitar Hero III, Quake Wars and Civilization IV.

Doing Spore honours is TransGaming Technologies, which will work day and night to launch its version alongside the PC offering this year.

It has done other work for EA previously, manipulating Command & Conquer 3 and Battlefield 2142 for Macs.

Rather exciting for those of you with fancy white stylish monitor computers then, even if you are one of those who bought it and then installed Windows because it was more complicated than you had hoped, Kristan.

Those new laptops are nice, though. You might also like to know about the Macworld show taking place this week in San Francisco. But we know nothing about it.

How many of you use Macs, Eurogamers? Oh, we have removed it as a platform.

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