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Will Civ V run on 10.5.8


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Title says it all. I rarely buy software for my mac. But this game literally being the greatest game ever I NEED IT!! So I was wondering not if it will run well but if it will run and be playable! I have the rest of the specs and since the Mac store is closed and always super awkward to go to in kansas I was hoping I would get lucky.

Question: Will Civ V work on a mac with all the proper specs except running leopard (10.5.8)?
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What are the specs of the Mac?

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What are the specs of the Mac?

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My mac has a 2.53 processor.. I fit the specs I just wondering if I need leopard? I'm downloading Civ 5 now on steam so I will post results when I'm done... Pretty sure I need snow leopard.. Preparing to be disappointed
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No it won't Requires 10.6.4 or higher.

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