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Does Colin Mcrae Dirt work on the Macbook?


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I just wondering if any of you Macbook users tried to play Colin Mcrae Dirt on your Macbook? (i have a BLack MackBook if that makes a difference).

I love Colin Mcrae (the Game) and have been researching for awhile, but never made a conclusion on whether or not it will work well on my Macbook or not.

I thought this thread would be better in Macbook instead of the Game section? because its about Macbook?

Please help me
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look up the system requirements for it, and if the macbook meets or exceeds it then you should be able to play it.

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Colin McRae: DiRT is a Windows game. You know that, right? You'll have to install Windows on it through Boot Camp to run the game.
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yea i know.. i installed windows on my macbook also
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Yes, it works fine. I've got the game.
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