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Briefly: GOG expands Mac game catalog, NuGuard GripStand mini
Thursday, May 9, 2013 @ 12:58pm

Following its "Massive Mac Games Drop" at the end of April, GOG.com has further expanded its Mac game catalog with 10 new titles. The new batch of games offers titles from various genres, and includes Slipstream 5000, Guilty Gear X2: Reload, Syndicate Wars, Strike Commander, Evil Genius, Rise of the Triad: Dark War, Guilty Gear Isuka, Blake Stone: Planet Strike, Darklands, and Litil Divil. Prices range from $6 up to $15 depending on the title, and every game has been tested to work on Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later.



NuGuard GripStand mini released for iPad mini NewerTech has launched a new iPad mini accessory that doubles as a stand and a handle for carrying the device. The NuGuard GripStand mini consists of a hard plastic protective shell for the iPad mini, as well as a removable desktop stand that can be swivelled 360 degrees and positioned at nearly any angle for comfortable viewing or typing. Sold as a standalone product for $35, or as part of a bundle with the GripBase for $60, The NuGuard GripStand mini can be purchased from OWC or any NewerTech reseller around the world.

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