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What Games Will Work On This Type Of Macbook?


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Mac Specs: 1.83Ghz 1Gig Ram 120Hard Drive Capacity

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1 gigs of ram
120 hard drive
1.83 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo
667 Mhz

Here Are My Graphic Specs:

"Chipset Model: GMA 950
Type: Display
Bus: Built-In
VRAM (Total): 64 MB of shared system memory
Vendor: Intel (0x8086)
Device ID: 0x27a2
Revision ID: 0x0003"

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Are you referring to games designed to be run in OS X or Windows?

Either way, all you have to do is choose the game you like, go to the publisher's web site and obtain the hardware requirements for running it. That will give you some idea. Remember, however, that requirements are generally the minimum needed. Always think more.

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OS X i donwloaded flatout 2 fromthe apple website but i couldn't play it.

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We wouldn't have clue if the ones you downloaded don't play because they're for an older version of the OS or because you don't meet the minimum requirements.

In general, you may as well give up trying most 3D games. Everything else should play just fine.

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I have gotten manygames to run in Macs with worse specs then the specs on the game box. But in saying that, your intel Gpu is holding you back from 3D gaming. You really needed a dedicated graphics card for that unfortunately.
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