From 9to5Toys:

To help celebrate some of the great games that were honoured at yesterday’s BAFTA Game awards, we’ve teamed up with GameAgent again to offer a few great deals on some of the notable Mac games that were nominated.

First up we have BioShock Infinite, one of the most popular games of last year that was nominated in a few categories yesterday including Artistic Achievement, Audio Achievement, and Performer. It also won  for best Original Music. For 24 hours only, you can pick up BioShock Infinite for Mac from GameAgent for 75% off. That brings the price down from $30 to just $7.50.

Next we have Civilization V: Brave New World, an expansion to Civilization V, which was nominated in the Best Strategy And Simulation category yesterday. If you haven’t bought the full Civ V base game yet, those with a GameAgent account [sign-up here] can get Civilization V for 75% off  today only. That brings the cost of both titles down from $30 each to $7.50 each.

The deals will last 24 hours, but there is limited availability. Click the links below to add the games to your cart and grab your copy before they run out:

BioShock Infinite 75% off – $7.50 (Reg. $30)

Sid Meier’s Civilization V 75% off – $7.50 (Reg. $30) ***requires GameAgent account

Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World 75% off – $7.50 (Reg. $30)

All of the Mac game deals above are available through GameAgent and authenticate on Steam.

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Jordan Kahn

Jordan writes about all things Apple as Senior Editor of 9to5Mac, & contributes to 9to5Google, 9to5Toys, & Electrek.co. He also co-authors 9to5Mac’s Logic Pros series.