"my games" tab on mac
We need some mac love
Please offer free games to Mac users with Prime Gaming! At least those who already have a Mac version.
Some Mac love would be very appreciated :)
when are ya gonna show love to your mac customers?? you have our money already like?
Sort it out Twitch! Can we play some games on the Mac?
I really wanna get into playing the games you have available, but not bad enough to buy a whole new computer :/
Please make mac great again
Please, Twitch, the Mac and iOS users want to play games too. Not only windows, im truly disappointed how a big branch forget half of their users.
I get that not all of the games they offer even have a Mac version, but for the many that do, it's stupid that there is no option after two years to play them.
This quarantine is killing me Twitch, Mac 2k20
give us the ability to install these games on our os of choice. most of them have releases on multiple OSs
Twitch holding my paid-for benefits for Prime ******* until I install their approved of OS is pretty annoying.
this is embarrassingly obvious you *****
Honestly, how is this something that we still need to wait for....
I need that too
Still waiting. Good to know Twitch is ok with **** being on their streams but not to spend a little effort on their frustrated paying customer base.
We have hardly any games, and you give us free games to this I say thank you. But, I can't play them and am tempted to buy them anyways on Steam or Epic Games. What a conundrum.
How is this feature not one of the top feature requests?
Also on a Mac I have ZERO way of even seeing what's in my Twitch game library. I can't remember if I have bought something before, recieved it for free or whatever. I just cannot see which games are on my account, neither via the website nor via the Mac dekstop app. This is exceedingly short-sighted.
I wanted a portable version of WoW Classic, so I installed it on my Macbook. Works great. But I can't synchronize it through Discord with all my mods/addons because the 'My Games' tab doesn't exist for Mac... -.-