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    Question on Diablo 2

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    Question on Diablo 2
    Does anyone know of a way to run Diablo 2 on OSX without using parallels or bootcamp? I've been dying to play it, and I have tried bootcamp but it slowed down my mac and took up so much space that it wasn't worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GecklesGecko View Post
    Does anyone know of a way to run Diablo 2 on OSX without using parallels or bootcamp? I've been dying to play it, and I have tried bootcamp but it slowed down my mac and took up so much space that it wasn't worth it.
    Sure...just purchase Diablo 2 for the Macintosh...problem solved!!!

    I've been playing Diablo 2 on & off for the last 9 years on the Macintosh with OS 9 & OS X...since Diablo 2 was released in 2000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
    Sure...just purchase Diablo 2 for the Macintosh...problem solved!!!

    I've been playing Diablo 2 on & off for the last 9 years on the Macintosh with OS 9 & OS X...since Diablo 2 was released in 2000.

    - Nick
    Crap... sorry, let me elaborate...
    Diablo 2 and its expansion pack LoD, runs on OS 9, NOT OSX as it is a very old game. I was wondering if there was a way to run OS 9 games on OSX without the use of a windows. Sorry for not being specific earlier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GecklesGecko View Post
    Crap... sorry, let me elaborate...
    Diablo 2 and its expansion pack LoD, runs on OS 9, NOT OSX as it is a very old game. I was wondering if there was a way to run OS 9 games on OSX without the use of a windows. Sorry for not being specific earlier!
    Wrong again my friend!

    Diablo 2 & the expansion set "Lord of Destruction"...both run in OS X...and have for years & years. Just buy yourself the Diablo 2 Battle Chest.

    Here's a link to Blizzard.com. Check at the bottom of the page for Macintosh system requirements...you'll see that it says 10.3.9 and higher:

    Blizzard Entertainment: Diablo 2

    Hope this helps,

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    Hmm i guess it wasn't working due to the lack of updates... oh well, you are a LIFESAVER! I can finally get back on my necro that I had 4 years ago on b.net! If i could I would hug you right now!

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