Nathan AldermanMacworld

Nathan Alderman is a writer and editor in Crozet, Virginia.

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Tacoma review: The makers of Gone Home unspool a mesmerizing science fiction story

A gripping, masterful tale, though you're left feeling a little bit left out.

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Obduction review: The makers of Myst get back in the game

This game’s artful world-building and fun puzzles ultimately outweigh its technical glitches.

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Postbox 5 review: Mac email client offers greater power at a greater price

A robust alternative to Apple Mail and Microsoft Outlook.

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RapidWeaver 7 review: Great new features but neglects existing gaps

New version of Realmac's web design app has excellent additions but doesn’t shore up its shaky core.

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Blocs 2 review: Web design app balances simplicity and sophistication

Blocs 2 keeps the ease and elegance of its original version, but adds plenty of powerful new features.

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Vivaldi 1.0 review: Browser offers innovative ideas, some more polished than others

New browser adds clever new design elements but might take a toll on your CPU.

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Firewatch review: Get lost in the woods, find yourself

Gorgeous graphics and a strong emotional hook help this unconventional game stand out.

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Day One 2 for Mac review: Superb journal app trades simplicity for sophistication

The new version loses some of its predecessor’s gorgeous simplicity, but compensates with powerful and useful new features.