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    Shooting Games for mac
    Hey guys its my first post.
    Im looking or shooting games that will run on a mac book pro with 2 gigs of ram. Umm demos work but I cant buy right now so demos and freeware would be nice. And btw i am fairly new with mac I am a converted PC User.

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    Try openarena or nexuix
    Check this link out:
    List of free first-person shooters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Openarena looks good but has been pulled due to some code copying issue that should be resolved soon.

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    I use DosBox to run older FPS like Doom, Blood, and Duke Nukem. They run great and are classics!
    3.06 i3 iMac | 500 GB | 12 GB | 10.7
    1.25 DP MDD | 480 GB | 512 MB | 10.5.8
    1.6 SP G5 | 80 GB | 2 GB | 10.5.8
    iPhone 4 White | 16GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by XMARLTONX View Post
    I use DosBox to run older FPS like Doom, Blood, and Duke Nukem. They run great and are classics!
    Try using Boxer it's a front end to Dosbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacFanBoy View Post
    Try using Boxer it's a front end to Dosbox.
    Yeah, boxer is pretty cool but I prefer DosBox Game Launcher DBGL
    3.06 i3 iMac | 500 GB | 12 GB | 10.7
    1.25 DP MDD | 480 GB | 512 MB | 10.5.8
    1.6 SP G5 | 80 GB | 2 GB | 10.5.8
    iPhone 4 White | 16GB

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    Hey guys sorry it took so long too reply ive been out. Thanks for the info but im looking for some good graphics/retailish games. You know? Like Battlefield 2142 (I know it cost money) But are there any games like that for free? I only enjoy good graphics and fun gameplay. Thanks

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    I can't seem to find a download for it right now, but I'm pretty sure you can download a Halo demo for free that has online.

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    17 inch 2 GHz C2D imac (5,1) with 3GB DDR2 RAM, X1600 (128MB memory) GPU - OSX 10.6.3
    Here you can get Marathon and the OS X app you need to run it. it is an old OS 9 game basically edited to run on OS X.

    Original Trilogy - Marathon: Aleph One

    Some new scenario packs (totally updated games engine and graphics though)
    Rubicon X: a marathon scenario
    Download Marathon: Eternal X 1.0.1 - Marathon: Eternal X - Free scenario for Aleph One, the multi-platform open-source first-person-shooter engine - Softpedia

    But in saying that it's one of the hardest and best FPS I've ever played.

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    thanks I'll try it btw Im on
    my new itouch

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    games
    ok i recently discoverd a download game for mac that is quite fun has shooting and is online its 3d and has no lag its called sauerbraten google it see u there

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