I've had my macbook pro for nearly two weeks now, and so far it had been great. Normal temperatures (36-47 C idle, 73C while playing a 1080p video on external screen). Everything seemed fine. But just now I decided to try out some App Store games, and while I was playing A Monster Ate My Homework I noticed the fans started going crazy and temps reached nearly 90 degrees. Even while playing a very simple game like Bubble Explode for about 5 minutes, temps went up to 83 degrees with the fans running at 4100rpm! Now I understand these new MacBooks run a bit hotter than the older ones because of the CPU and GPU being located in one place. I would imagine getting temps like these while playing games like WoW, Spore etc, both CPU and GPU intensive games. But I was only playing very simple games, games that even my 2nd gen iPod touch can handle.. The macbook pro I own is an early 2011 13inch i5 with a 265gb ssd and 8gb ram. Below I posted some iStat screenshots while playing these games. As you can see the CPU is not even doing that much, so it must be the GPU making it so hot. Is this normal? Maybe someone else can download either of these games(both are free) and post their results?