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I was looking to purchase Unreal Tournament 2004 for Mac and I was just wondering if it would work on my Macbook. here is the link from the apple store:

http://store.apple.com/Apple/WebObje...are&nplm=T8620

This is what they website says about system requirements:

System requirements

Minimum:

Mac OS X v10.2.8 or higher
Macintosh computer with 800MHz G4 or faster processor
256MB RAM
32MB AGP Video Card (GeForce 2MX/ATI 7000 or better)
1.4GB hard disk space
DVD drive

Recommended:

Mac OS X v10.3 or higher
Macintosh computer with 1GHz G4 or faster processor
512MB RAM
64MB AGP Video Card (GeForce 4Ti/ATI 9000 or better)
1.4GB hard disk space
DVD drive
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