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Homeworld 2 on Macbook


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Would Homeworld 2 run on one of the new macbooks at low settings? Otherwise I'll get a MBP.
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Originally Posted by Aspyr
Homeworld 2 System Requirements:

Operating System: Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
CPU Processor: PowerPC G4 or later
CPU Speed: 800MHz or faster
Memory: 256 MB or higher
Hard Disk Space: 1GB free disk space
Video Card (ATI): Radeon 7500 or better
Video Card (NVidia): GeForce2 MX or better
Video Memory (VRam): 32 MB or higher
Media Required: CD Drive
Looks like the Macbook specs would be just fine.
It would probably run under Rosetta, unless there is a recent patch for that. I don't know for sure.


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