Horror adventure “Saturnalia”, video tool “MacX” › jojo Reviews

To motivate users to visit their own games platform, game publisher Epic regularly gives away selected games in its official Epic Games Store.

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Windows titles in particular are usually free to download here, but the current free bonus “Saturnalia” is also available completely free to Mac users.

Horror Adventure Saturnalia

Saturnalia describes itself as a horror adventure and comes from the survival genre. The game is not played with one main character, but with a team of several people. If they didn’t make it to the end of the game, Saturnalia starts over with a randomly reassembled street architecture and aims to guarantee a high replay value.

The newly released game is recommended for ages 12 and up, recommends running at least macOS 10.15 Catalina, and requires 4 gigabytes of free hard drive space. The audio output is English, German can be selected as text language.

Video Tool MacX Video Converter Pro

As for free software, the multjojo Reviewsctional video tool MacX Video Converter Pro can also be taken for free as part of a limited-time Halloween campaign. The offer here: Interested users will receive the full version of the current version 6.7, but will no longer receive any updates or functional improvements that will be released in the coming months and weeks.

The Mac software may seem a bit old-fashioned, but it offers a fairly comprehensive suite of features, including video downloads from online portals, conversion between more than 200 formats, and creating photo slideshows or merging multiple video clips.

Macx Video Converter

The free version of version 6.7 can be accessed through this dedicated page. A valid email address must be entered here, but this should not be a problem.

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Written by Kim Anderson

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