Making good on a promise it made in May, Virtual Programming delivered Supreme Commander 2, the epic sci-fi real-time strategy game, to the Mac.
“We’re honored to bring this highly anticipated game to the Mac mere months after its arrival for PC and Xbox 360,” Virtual Programming CEO Mark Hinton said in announcing the game’s arrival on the Mac. “We can’t wait to follow the fate of the UEF, the Aeon Illuminate, and the Cybran Nation through Supreme Commander 2’s 18 missions.”
The game features 18 single-player campaign missions in addition to several modes including skirmish and multiplayer modes. You’ll be able to battle on land, sea, and air with a diverse spectrum of units. Your strategies can be as varied and deep as you want them to be—not only can you upgrade different units, but instead of opting for a more conventional army can instead invest your resources in one of several deadly experimental units.
The $40 game—available through Virtual Programming’s digital delivery service—requires an Intel-based Mac and runs on Mac OS X 10.6.3 or later. You’ll need 1GB of RAM and 256MB of video memory as well as 5GB of hard drive space, an Internet Connection, and Steam for Mac.