Final Hours of Tomb Raider

Final Hours of Tomb Raider

Gamingraider May 15, 2013 @ 7:24pm
Help with the final hours of tomb raider on Mac
I have a Mac that runs on version 10.5.8 and it says that The Final Hours Of Tomb Raider will run on Mac OS X version 10.4.9 and up. Please help ):
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DarkCloud14 May 18, 2013 @ 12:27am 
I guess your problem is that it doesn't start. Here is what you've to do to get it running. And BTW you're not the only one who has problems with the Mac version..

1. Open Terminal
2. Navigate into the Final Hours of Tomb Raider.app/Contents/Frameworks/Adobe AIR.framework folder
3. rm Adobe\ AIR
4. rm Resources
5. ln -s Versions/1.0/Adobe\ AIR
6. ln -s Versions/1.0/Resources

For some reason the symbolic links of the Adobe AIR framework which comes with the program are screwed up. Don't know if it's the developers fault or Steams fault...
sandman4sure Jul 17, 2013 @ 2:40am 
Originally posted by DarkCloud14:
I guess your problem is that it doesn't start. Here is what you've to do to get it running. And BTW you're not the only one who has problems with the Mac version..

1. Open Terminal
2. Navigate into the Final Hours of Tomb Raider.app/Contents/Frameworks/Adobe AIR.framework folder
3. rm Adobe\ AIR
4. rm Resources
5. ln -s Versions/1.0/Adobe\ AIR
6. ln -s Versions/1.0/Resources

For some reason the symbolic links of the Adobe AIR framework which comes with the program are screwed up. Don't know if it's the developers fault or Steams fault...

Thank you, this worked!
aszeller Nov 4, 2016 @ 2:11am 
To those who don't know their way around command lines (like me), this is very tricky, and it took a bit of research to figure it all out. You must remember to change directories, which wasn't obvious to me. This was a great learning experience, and a challenging excercise.


My supplemental instructions:

1. First Open Terminal from your applications, you might need to search in finder for it.

2. Type cd, then a space, and type (or drag and drop the excact folder into terminal)

/Users/Me/Library/Application\ Support/Steam/steamapps/common/Final\ Hours\ of\ Tomb\ Raider/Final\ Hours\ Of\ Tomb\ Raider.app/Contents/Frameworks/Adobe/ AIR.framework

2. Press the enter key. Now you're in the proper directory.

3. Now copy and paste rm Adobe\ AIR, and press enter

4. Copy and paste rm Resources, and press enter

5. Copy and paste ln -s Versions/1.0/Adobe\ AIR, and press enter

6. Copy and paste ln -s Versions/1.0/Resources, and press enter


The links in the programming have been fixed now, and when you click on the shortcuts, the program will open properly. With these simple instructions, even a non-coder can solve the problem.
aszeller Nov 4, 2016 @ 2:18am 
Originally posted by DarkCloud14:
I guess your problem is that it doesn't start. Here is what you've to do to get it running. And BTW you're not the only one who has problems with the Mac version..

1. Open Terminal
2. Navigate into the Final Hours of Tomb Raider.app/Contents/Frameworks/Adobe AIR.framework folder
3. rm Adobe\ AIR
4. rm Resources
5. ln -s Versions/1.0/Adobe\ AIR
6. ln -s Versions/1.0/Resources

For some reason the symbolic links of the Adobe AIR framework which comes with the program are screwed up. Don't know if it's the developers fault or Steams fault...


Can you help me use Terminal to link local videos, instead of using internet links. I want to archive this program, and not worry about the future reliability of media online. I was thinking it should be fairly easy for a coder like you to create local videos that play from your hard drive, and no longer need an internet connection for this app.

Thank you!
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