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I bought daggerfall to play with DOSBox. I got it working, but its extremly slow. I've tried changing the cycles and everything to make it run faster, but it remains very slow. I was just wondering if there are any DOSBox alternatives that are faster on macs. I have a G3 ibook with 800Mhz and 384mgs of ram.
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