StarMade for Mac
StarMade is a 3D sandbox-like and Minecraft inspired space shooter game in which you have to destroy all your enemies in multiplayer mode and explore the surrounding space around you
Besides having to destroy all your enemies in order to win, in StarMade you will also have the option to just infiltrate their ships.
Allows you to build custom ships using scrap materials from enemies and provides you with a wide array of space ships and weapons
StarMade comes bundled with a vast arsenal of destructive weapons such as lasers, explosive shells that will automatically blow up on impact and all sorts of missiles designed to act like normal projectiles, heat seeking ones and target hunters.
In StarMade, you will be able to design and build your own space ship or space station, as complex as your amount of funds allow you to. If you don't have enough credits to upgrade your ship, StarMade allows you to salvage your enemies' ships in order to gain a limited amount money to make it easier for you on the long run.
State-of-the-art physics engine
Moreover, StarMade also features a fully integrated modern physics engine designed to simulate reality-like box-on-box collisions, that make the surrounding world even more enthralling.
One other element meant to make the gameplay in StarMade even more addictive and engaging is the stealth technology that will enable players to use their spaceship's radar jamming capabilities as well as various styles of cloaking modules for a quick and surprising attack on their unsuspecting enemies.
Java based multi-platform support
On top of all that, in StarMade you can design and your own custom weapons and weapon modules for both spaceships and space stations, as well as a prodigious number of shields, docking assemblies and all sorts of harvesting machines.
Last, but not least, because the StarMade game is developed from the grounds up using the Java programming language, it can be played on all operating systems that come with built-in support for the Java runtime (i.e. Mac OS X, Windows, Linux).