where do you guys get em?

Discussion in 'Third party hardware, software and accessories' started by DiveSolana, Apr 16, 2005.

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    hi guys im a newly converted mugger, just got my notebook a few days ago, i was just wondering where do you guys get your games for your macs locally? and is it possible to run an os9 game if you are using an osx platform? (sorry i really really am new to this so pardon for my ignorance) thanks very much:yes:
     
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    and what are the price ranges sir?;)
     
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    You can play OS9 games if you enabled classic support when you were installing OS X. Diablo 2 is one such game that is supposed to run under an OS9 environment.

    You can check System Preferences -> System and check if the "Classic" icon is there. If it is, no problem - go ahead and run your OS 9 apps/games. If not, it's time to run your installer disk.
     
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    thank you very much sir for the great information


    :laugh::yes::yes:
     
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    I'm sure my wife Cokeycyn would agree that the best game out there for Mac right now is the almighty, all-conquering World of Warcraft. Do a search for it on the MUG and you'll get more info on the game and the MUGGers that play it.
     

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