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Is there a version of "Can you run it" for Mac


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Hiy everyone, I have the new macbook 2,26 ghz and I wonder if there is a version of can you run it for mac. Or can anyone sent me a list of games that my system could play.
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Yeah right...send you a list of games that your system can play...I get right on that!!!

How about you decide what games you want to play...and then see if there is a Macintosh version...and then check if your computer meets the system requirements.

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Or just do it in Windows, after all... your hardware doesn't change suddenly while dual booting?

I'll dare to wager that if you can run the windows version, you will not be too far from doing so in OSX.

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