Apple's new Mac range is fast enough to play all the latest games, and its top-end Mac Book Pros and i Macs are amazing gaming machines.
Nothing is more frustrating than a Mac game that keeps crashing, though.
The only possible problem that a user can face is when Steam itself cannot be updated or fully installed.
In a situation of a new Steam installation, the user will be required to download Steam at only 1.4MB in size and install it on their computer.
The first piece of advice we've got is to update the game to the newest/latest available version.
If you picked up the game from the App Store, updating is simple.
When there was an update for ARK: Survival Evolved available it started downloading, but soon stopped again with a "disk write error" in the download manager.
however, it looks like the solution is Cedega-only... If you're running Peer Guardian or Moblock, they'll block Steam from connecting.
I then deleted the entire game and tried to download it again, with the same result.
After I opted out of the Steam Client beta the update resumed and finished normally. First I checked the disk and the file system, they are both okay.
Updating other games varies from title to title, but a quick check through the main menu should yield what you're looking for.
Response on Cedega Forums is rather slow, so I figured I'd post this here to see if some of you could help. I had to open a console and run "cedega Steam Install.exe," rather than using the UI, but that doesn't matter: Steam installed... This screen seemingly uses 100% CPU indefinitely, and nothing, not even the cancel button have any effect. then continue to run the commands in the post above. Probably best stopping Mo Block by hand when you run steam then restarting it.