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Newer, more mainstream titles are very limited. Portal and Torchlight both worked as advertised, installing and playing on both PC and Mac computers. But Civilization IV presented a problem.
We already had it installed on our test PC, and assumed there would be no trouble installing it on our test MacBook Pro. So there are apparently still a few kinks to be worked out.
Operating System: (Snow Leopard); CPU Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo If you don't have it yet, you can buy Civilization 5 for Mac on. Hi all I'm desperate to play Civ ii again! I have a Windows version of it but can't play it on the PC as they have Windows 7. I would prefer to play Civ 2 for Mac OS X Discussion in Joined: Apr 5, Messages: 1.
The most important question, of course, is: How do the games play? Like a dream. Every bit as well as they do on the PC version, as a matter of fact.
But our test inch MacBook Pro plowed through the 3D-oriented Portal on maximum details with no problems, and the lighter-weight Torchlight played smoothly at full settings even during scenes filled with animation. In every other way, Steam for Mac is everything we hoped it would be, and for the first time in a long while we found ourselves excited about the prospect of playing games on a Mac.
But for that to thoroughly happen, it needs more and better games and—dare we hope?