Mac Games Accessible With Voice Over

macOS & Mac Apps
Hello all, I was wondering what Mac games are out there? Are there any simulation or building games? What about games that you can interact with people? I want to install second life but I can't install the cliant to make it accessible for some reason on my Mac. I am really looking for anything that I can play, I have tried A Blind Legond on my Phone, and audio Rally Racing as well. I have tried RS games and play them sometimes, and I have tried Cyclepath as well, but honestly and personally, I don't get the point of that specific game. Any help would be greatful! PS. are their any flight simulation games, or farm simulation games that work with voice over on the Mac? I am totally blind and use voice over with everything! Thanks again! Hamiltonthemusicallover!



Submitted by Lielle ben simon on Friday, December 15, 2017

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Hello, there are a few games in Applevis website. look in "Mac app darectory" look in "games category in this section you wiil find several nice games, but rily Mac shi not a platforum for games not to blind and sure not to sites people. It's hard ยง find games for Mac computer.

Submitted by Daniel Angus MacDonald on Friday, December 15, 2017

their are two games by this company. change reaction, which you have a board full of coins you clear, and Silver Dollar. this game is a series of mini games. their is a slot machine, a fighting game and a shooting game.

Submitted by Trenton Matthews on Saturday, December 16, 2017

You can find RS Games for the Macintosh and other systems by visiting the following:

NB. The RS Games "web" client remains as "alpha" status. It's "usable" though not "intuitive."

For Quentin C's Playroom on the web, head on over to:

NB. The Playroom "Web" client interface, is identical to the "Windows" client.

For Sound RTS Macintosh Downloads and info on what Sound RTS is in general, head on over to:

Submitted by Trenton Matthews on Saturday, December 16, 2017

Now here's something where if you haven't checked out the wide world of of "Interactive Fiction," you're missing out!

The best app for playing these types of adventures I found (thanks to "Mike Roberts" who creates the "Text Adventure Development System" platform,) is an Mac app called "Spatterlight":

To download these games for "offline" adventuring, head on over to the "Games" section of the "Interactive Fiction Archive":

You can also play many of these games online over at:

Ah, I can't forget the games over at "Fighting Fantasy Project":

, and the ever popular site called "Choose Your Story":

Happy adventuring!

Submitted by Siobhan on Saturday, December 16, 2017

Hi. I remember 7123 software has some games. Try this: or better yet, don't trust my judgment, google it. ;) also has some games, though mostly for windows but some online things as well. I wish the silver dollar people came out with new games. I'll pay for good acting and good story lines, most of the free stuff does nothing for me. Good luck.