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Hi,

I have a really quick question: Will Civilization 3 run on a Macbook? I have researched this before, but I have never gotten a definite yes or no answer...

I use a 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Macbook, with 2 GB RAM and the integrated Intel GMA video card.

If I've missed any details out, let me know.

Thank you all for your help.
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On there website it only has the Pc Software little "sticker". Usually they would Have a Mac "sticker" if it did run on a Mac
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I'm pretty sure that there is a version of Civ 3 that runs on Macs, though.

My question was more of a "can my system take the strain of running the game without slowing down/crashing?"
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I have Civ 3 on my iMac at home, running on Panther. So I'm sure it will run just fine on yours.

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