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TPR: In old days Fo1 was for DOS but GOG version is for Microsoft Windows. And for Mac if somebody is using it.
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Jarmo: AFAIK, Mac version of FO1 in GOG is the DOS version running in dosbox.
Thus no mac version of FO2.

Pretty ironic how it's easier to get DOS and windows versions of games running on modern macs, than the old mac versions.
Ignore the following post if you know this already :D

The old mac versions of games relied on an entirely different set of instructions versus the ones today which are coded with an Intel based architecture. With DOS and Windows you still have the same basic architecture i.e. Intel-based processors and that makes a whole world of difference.
Post edited January 14, 2013 by JudasIscariot
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JudasIscariot: Ignore the following post if you know this already :D

The old mac versions of games relied on an entirely different set of instructions versus the ones today which are coded with an Intel based architecture. With DOS and Windows you still have the same basic architecture i.e. Intel-based processors and that makes a whole world of difference.
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Jarmo: I do but I guess that was way clearer than my reply anyway.. :)

I do hope though, that you guys get some funky wine-whatever-gizmo-system going that'll make it possible to get old windows gogs to run on modern macs. DOS games is better than no games, but more win stuff added would be more better.
I am thinking that we're going to involve hamsters in this somehow as there not enough solutions that involve hamsters... :D
Post edited January 14, 2013 by JudasIscariot