You can play pc games in mac.
Everyone want's a PC game, but there is a solution: Wineskin can help you. Just install
the version 10.6 (My mac version) your currently mac version. Then you install, open your steam and go to library or store and buy your PC favorite game!

~kenkenkon
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Ron Apr 7 @ 6:14am 
I don't want a PC game, and wineskin sucks. Parallels or bootcamp are vastly superior. Even cider is superior to wineskin.
bondpat Apr 8 @ 5:24pm 
I agree, Parallels + bootcamp is the best way to play windows on a mac
Raksasza Jerra Apr 10 @ 3:39pm 
fefgs
King Darío Apr 11 @ 10:23am 
Bootcamp is the answer to all our wishes.
Vasily Zaitsev Apr 11 @ 2:20pm 
And VMware Fusion? is it not good enough ?
ASH KETCHUP Apr 11 @ 4:30pm 
Wineskins are a pain in the ♥♥♥♥
Uncle Albert Apr 12 @ 4:34pm 
If its like wine on linux.... No, not worth the hassle.
Rape Turtle Apr 12 @ 6:37pm 
no
SQUINKY_[QKY] Apr 12 @ 7:50pm 
wish i had a pc
Mr. Machmallow Apr 13 @ 5:38am 
i haven't had so muck luck with wineskin or the wrappers... paralel desktops are better!
TheLoneWolf Apr 17 @ 5:38am 
No. I've been using Wineskin to play Windows-only Sonic fan games, but I'm not using it for Steam or the few Windows-only games that I purchased before buying a Mac. When I pick up a new Mac this September, I'm getting Parallels and a W7 license.

Admittedly it's really hard work to learn Wineskin at first, but once you have the correct versions and wrappers (it took me over an hour to finally fix version issues) it's fine. While using now is easier, I'd rather just avoid the issue and either install W7 to play or forget the game exists (though it's hard sometimes [Nihon Falcom's Ys series])...

*Edited for grammar. Sorry, I was preparing for an interview that was supposed to take place NEXT WEEK. #storyofmylife.
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Ron Apr 17 @ 7:16am 
I have PCs and you're not missing any thing. If you were near - I'd give you one. I retired and my company had several which lay around here at my house now.

Flunch Apr 17 @ 11:08am 
Good to know the possibilities. It was always a kind of contra to buy a mac.
TheLoneWolf Apr 17 @ 12:11pm 
Originally posted by Flunch:
Good to know the possibilities. It was always a kind of contra to buy a mac.

There's the catch-22: buying an x86_32/64 Windows machine and having access to ALL of the games and the freedom for customization (and all of the software vulnerbilities that come with them), buying an x86_64 Mac and only enjoying SOME games and being able to customize little (depending on the Mac you choose, except for the Macbook Pros [D%$! you Apple for killing off the last MBP that allowed SOME customization just before I had the money to purchase it!]) while being somewhat protected, or getting Linux and being able to play a small but growing library while being able to choose any hardware you want while not being as vulnerable.
Ron Apr 18 @ 6:29am 
Own both if you must. I have both setup here, but never use the PC because its down in my office. My Mac is upstairs where my wife is. I also prefer the Mac for everything. But if your a teen and your life is video gaming. Then get a PC only. If your a computer user with occational gaming. The Mac will of course be your first choice if you try both. I don't "live games" I don't have enough time to play the 50 I got over hte past 4 months... and I'm RETIRED. To many fun things to do.. but games are nice in the winter while snowed in.
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