Ubisoft to release games for Mac

Catz, Dogz and perhaps even Hawx.

Ubisoft has signed a deal with tech firm TransGaming to bring its games to Mac.

The first batch will be out this autumn and will include pet simulators Catz and Dogz, plus CSI: Hard Evidence.

"To expand our business position and serve the growing Mac gaming community, additional key titles will follow later this year, including several day-and-date releases this fall," said Ubigwig Jay Cohen.

PC titles out this autumn from Ubisoft include Far Cry 2 and Tom Clancy's Hawx, while the new Prince of Persia game will follow nearer the "holiday". Seems likely they'll make it to Mac too, then.

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