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Sadly I cannot find anywhere which is specific about this, sorry.

Well I have been playing the WoW trial and it is quite fun, a nice distraction when I have nothing to do. However I cannot find anywhere which says if WoW comes on a hybrid disk (ala FM2007 which has both mac and PC on one disk) or if I would need to buy a special mac version. I know Apple sell it but they charge 34.99 last time I checked, while play.com sell it for 9.99.

http://play.com/Games/PC/4-/185225/W...t/Product.html



Anyone know? Any help is appreciated
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You can download it from the WoW website with a free 10 day trial.
Visit https://signup.worldofwarcraft.com/a...E40A06BA.app03

Saves you whether its 9.99 or 34.99 :-)
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I already played the trial, I thought it was a lot of fun :p, while I normally prefer more serious MMOs I found that WoW was much more pick up and play, it let me slow some time in and then walk away etc.
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Yeah, they do come with both PC & Mac installer on one dvd disc or a couple disc spread across. But since you in the U.K., it might be different, but I don't see that that would be the case. I've never noticed any WoW discs that were one or the other. So you should be fine.

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