It’s been awhile since I linked to a Mac freeware list, but thanks to StumbleUpon I’ve come up with a half-dozen that should be fun to explore:
» Emma Alvarez, who describes herself as an illustrator, has compiled a list of 55 free and open source Mac apps aimed at designers. I had no idea there were so many.
» MacRumors deals in more than just rumours — they also have a series of Guides, one of which is compilation of free Mac games. It’s quite a long list, but I have the impression it is not being actively maintained.
» Reality Distortion has another 10 free Mac games — in his opinion the best.
» MacMembrane introduces some of the lesser-known freeware apps, which is always cool because you’re bound to find something new.
» MacRecon claims to have the ultimate list of Mac freeware — and there certainly is a lot of it. Included are some screensavers, which is a nice touch.
» Locally Type, finally, lists 10 he couldn’t live without. You’re not likely to make any discoveries here, but it can be fun to see if you agree with his choices.