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It's official! GOG.com supports Mac OS X.

We're bringing a part of our massive catalog of all-time classics to Mac, starting with an impressive 50 titles for Mac gamers to play and enjoy. 28 of the 50 titles, the best games in history, including Syndicate, Ultima series, or Wing Commander, will be playable on the Mac OS X for the first time ever--exclusively on GOG.com. The complete line-up reflects the diversity of available games unmatched by other distributors: classics like Simcity 2000, Crusader: No Remorse, Little Big Adventure, Theme Hospital mix with Anomaly Warzone Earth, Tiny & Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers, Botanicula, and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. Speaking of monster-hunter Geralt and The Witcher 2, the Enhanced Edition of this award-winning mature fantasy RPG was released on Mac just today and is available on GOG.com with a 25% discount (that's only $22.24) for the next 48 hours.

Weeklong Promo: Mac & PC Essentials
We have also prepared a set of specially selected games from various genres that will be available 50% off for the next week: The Witcher Enhanced Edition, Crusader: No Remorse, Theme Hospital, Little Big Adventure, Postal Classic and Uncut, and Simcity 2000 are all available for 50% off--that's as little as $2.99 for unforgettable classics. This promo ends Thursday, October 25 at 6:15 PM GMT. However, The Witcher Enhanced Edition will be available for 50% off only until Saturday, October 20 at 6:45 PM GMT.

Remember, the 50 is just the beginning--we promise to release more amazing games on Mac in the near future. What titles? To find out and play even more best games in history check our website regularly, become a fan on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or give us a nice +1 in Google+.
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Um, I just bought Witcher 2 yesterday and the GOG price of $29.99, and now it's $22.24? I expect a refund of the difference.
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Clocknova: Um, I just bought Witcher 2 yesterday and the GOG price of $29.99, and now it's $22.24? I expect a refund of the difference.
A fact of life ~the price was different the day before.

(I paid a few hundred for the trueSpace modeler and Vray bundled, and within a few weeks, Microsoft had bought the company and was giving the updated trueSpace away for free ~and one of the fixes purposely disabled Vray support. Life sucks sometimes.)

~Speaking of Life sucks.... Why did 'good OLD games' require Snow Leopard for their MAC installers!? Is it really impossible to run these on 10.5?
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Clocknova: Um, I just bought Witcher 2 yesterday and the GOG price of $29.99, and now it's $22.24? I expect a refund of the difference.
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Gizmojunk: A fact of life ~the price was different the day before. (I paid a few hundred for the trueSpace modeler and Vray bundled, and within a few weeks, Microsoft had bought the company and was giving the updated trueSpace away for free ~and one of the fixes purposely disabled Vray support. Life sucks sometimes.) ~Speaking of Life sucks.... Why did 'good OLD games' require Snow Leopard for their MAC installers!? Is it really impossible to run these on 10.5?
Except that the advertised price was for 48 hours. Clearly they saw that Steam was selling it at the lower price and felt they had to compete, but in so doing they unfairly cheated those of us who paid the higher price. Asking for a refund of the difference is not at all unreasonable in this case and I expect to get it.
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Clocknova: Except that the advertised price was for 48 hours. Clearly they saw that Steam was selling it at the lower price and felt they had to compete, but in so doing they unfairly cheated those of us who paid the higher price. Asking for a refund of the difference is not at all unreasonable in this case and I expect to get it.
What on earth are you going on about? 29.99 is the full price of the Witcher 2, and has been for some time. There was no misleading pricing, you just bought it before the sale started.

Maybe they'll refund it, but this is hardly the place to ask. Email support, I'm sick of these forums being clogged up with random pointless bitching.
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Clocknova: Um, I just bought Witcher 2 yesterday and the GOG price of $29.99, and now it's $22.24? I expect a refund of the difference.
Hello,

If you bought The Witcher 2 for $29.99 after Thursday October 18th 6.30PM GMT (GOG.com Mac compatibility announcement) but before October 19th 9AM GMT (our late discount to $22.49) then please contact our support with a link to this post and we will get it sorted out :).

Thanks!
Post edited October 19, 2012 by Destro
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Clocknova: Um, I just bought Witcher 2 yesterday and the GOG price of $29.99, and now it's $22.24? I expect a refund of the difference.
No, the advertised sale price was from the time the sale started and NOT from when YOU bought it. GOG has no obligation to refund the extra money and, being American, I can also say you would never get that at any company in the US either.
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Clocknova: Except that the advertised price was for 48 hours. Clearly they saw that Steam was selling it at the lower price and felt they had to compete, but in so doing they unfairly cheated those of us who paid the higher price. Asking for a refund of the difference is not at all unreasonable in this case and I expect to get it.
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PenutBrittle: What on earth are you going on about? 29.99 is the full price of the Witcher 2, and has been for some time. There was no misleading pricing, you just bought it before the sale started. Maybe they'll refund it, but this is hardly the place to ask. Email support, I'm sick of these forums being clogged up with random pointless bitching.
plus 1 for that :) And yep, I'm joining you in that sentiment.

There's far too much "Me, me, me, I want, I expect, I'm going to get......blah blah blah......" from a bunch of spoilt whiners on GOG lately.

The feeling of entitlement they expect is bloody annoying.
Post edited October 20, 2012 by Bloodygoodgames
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Bloodygoodgames: There's far too much "Me, me, me, I want, I expect, I'm going to get......blah blah blah......" from a bunch of spoilt whiners on GOG lately. The feeling of entitlement they expect is bloody annoying.
Funny, I thought I saw that same kind of whining from you in this thread, digging up some 10!! year old butthurt about Apple or something ^^;

Hey let's stop buying Microsoft products because Windows XP used to crash so much and get all those viruses 10 years ago! pfft
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Bloodygoodgames: There's far too much "Me, me, me, I want, I expect, I'm going to get......blah blah blah......" from a bunch of spoilt whiners on GOG lately. The feeling of entitlement they expect is bloody annoying.
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1UP: Funny, I thought I saw that same kind of whining from you in this thread, digging up some 10!! year old butthurt about Apple or something ^^; Hey let's stop buying Microsoft products because Windows XP used to crash so much and get all those viruses 10 years ago! pfft
Wow, your comprehension skills are seriously lacking.

Two posts about an Apple product in response to someone else versus tens of posts from some people day after day after day bitching about what GOG is doing wrong today.

Yep. Just the same.

And yep, I got screwed for $2,000 from Apple so, with your logic, I should just "bend over" and get screwed again because, hey, it's 10 years later.

Wonder who has more money between you and I? Nope. Don't have to even take a guess. LOL.

I see why your rep is 4 :)
Post edited October 20, 2012 by Bloodygoodgames
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BoxOfSnoo: I just realized that the Imperial Glory Mac version is not only true Mac-native, but it's from Feral Interactive! Whoa. (Usually they're much more expensive because it's from a different publisher... and a highly regarded studio at that).
whoa that is cool - Feral is a good company, I've had positive experiences with their games/ports and customer service
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1UP: Funny, I thought I saw that same kind of whining from you in this thread, digging up some 10!! year old butthurt about Apple or something ^^; Hey let's stop buying Microsoft products because Windows XP used to crash so much and get all those viruses 10 years ago! pfft
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Bloodygoodgames: Wow, your comprehension skills are seriously lacking. Two posts about an Apple product in response to someone else versus tens of posts from some people day after day after day bitching about what GOG is doing wrong today. Yep. Just the same. And yep, I got screwed for $2,000 from Apple so, with your logic, I should just "bend over" and get screwed again because, hey, it's 10 years later. Wonder who has more money between you and I? Nope. Don't have to even take a guess. LOL. I see why your rep is 4 :)
"Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned"
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Gizmojunk: ~Speaking of Life sucks.... Why did 'good OLD games' require Snow Leopard for their MAC installers!? Is it really impossible to run these on 10.5?
Might be just a "better to be safe than sorry". If you want the DOS games they are just standalone Boxer ports, you can get Boxer from here:
http://boxerapp.com
The current version still runs on 10.5 but support for that will be dropped with the 1.4 release. To get the Boxer file from GoG's standalone port right-click it -> Show Package Contents -> Contents -> Resources -> NameOfTheGame.boxer
Take that nd put it somewhere where you want your Boxer gameboxes to be. then you can just double-click the gamebox to start Boxer.

The Witcher is a Wineskin port, those don't run on Leopard anymore. The developer's reasoning was that that any Mac that's Intel can run 10.6 and PowerPC Macs cannot run Wine anyway.
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Bloodygoodgames: Wow, your comprehension skills are seriously lacking. Two posts about an Apple product in response to someone else versus tens of posts from some people day after day after day bitching about what GOG is doing wrong today. Yep. Just the same. And yep, I got screwed for $2,000 from Apple so, with your logic, I should just "bend over" and get screwed again because, hey, it's 10 years later. Wonder who has more money between you and I? Nope. Don't have to even take a guess. LOL. I see why your rep is 4 :)
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N0x0ss: "Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned"
No, that should be "nor hell a fury like a woman who doesn't suffer fools gladly" :)
Hey GOG! You are surprising me still and everywhere!!! I didn't noticed it at first, but artworks in .dmgs are just AWESOME!!! They are made with real love! Thank you Windows users can be jealous:D
Post edited October 20, 2012 by cyboff
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BoxOfSnoo: I just realized that the Imperial Glory Mac version is not only true Mac-native, but it's from Feral Interactive! Whoa. (Usually they're much more expensive because it's from a different publisher... and a highly regarded studio at that).
Nice find. Wow. Feral Interactive on GOG? Oh, yes! Wishlisted that title. I just bought some Mac GOGs so it can wait a bit.
Already used boxer for some games and its a great application. Good to know you are using it.
Now you can provide an out-of-the-box installation without any configuration effort.