Role Playing

A turn-based fantasy RPG in the vein of Baldur's Gate featuring cooperative multiplayer as well as a single player campaign.

A mix of roguelike and classic hack and slash 2d dungeon crawling gameplay, Hammerwatch is the complete package that features single player, cooperative multiplayer online or on a LAN, as well as a level editor-- and it runs on Windows, OSX and Linux and allows for cross-platform play. 
Title is available both on GOG and Steam. Steam has a 4-player pack for $24, but GOG sells each individual copy for $4 right now, so that seems like a better deal.
DRM-free!

Released on Early Access in December 2013, this first person action adventure RPG  features cross-platform multiplayer on Windows, OSX and Linux. The game looks to be pretty early in development, but seems to be snaring enough people to invest the hours in playing it.

In December 2013 the publisher confirmed that ESO will be coming to Mac OS X as well as to Windows. The expected release date is April 4, 2014. The MMO RPG based on the Elder Scrolls universe will use a subscription model, like World of Warcraft (also available on OS X). Exact specs aren't out yet; the systems we list here are guesses. Console versions for PS4 and Xbox One will follow in June 2014.

Out now on Steam on Early Access, Entropy is listed as a massively online action strategy RPG. Sounds a bit ambitious, no? And to boot, cross-platform multiplayer on Windows, OSX and Linux. (I'm wondering if the phrase "Unity Engine" is in there somewhere... it does look like the studio has used it in the past.)
Here's what the devs say: