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posted by bumblebee on - last edited - Viewed by 355 users

The game is to be released this month, so can anyone tell me what kind of Mac and what OS is required to play the game.

Thank you.

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  • I'll never understand why Telltale choosed to not show minimum requirements on the store for their games.
    It's such an easy thing to do...

    They should also show the available languages available for each game.
    Many missing information on the store....

    The chaotic and schyzophrenic Telltale philosophy strikes again...

  • System Requirements (Windows)...

    [B]OS:[/B] XP Service Pack 3 / Vista / Windows 7
    [B]Processor:[/B] 1.8 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
    [B]Memory:[/B] 2 GB RAM
    [B]Hard Disk Space:[/B] 400 MB Per Episode (2 GB Total)
    [B]Video Card:[/B] ATI or NVidia card w/ 256 MB RAM
    [B]DirectX®:[/B] Direct X 9.0c
    [B]Sound:[/B] Direct X 8.1 sound device

    System Requirements (Mac)...

    [B]OS:[/B] Snow Leopard
    [B]Processor:[/B] 2.0 Ghz Intel or equivalent
    [B]Memory:[/B] 2 GB RAM
    Hard Disk Space: 400 MB Per Episode (2 GB Total)
    [B]Video Card:[/B] 256 MB NVidia or ATI graphics card
    Not recommended for Mac Minis or early-generation MacBooks

    Supported Languages...

    English
    Deutsch
    Espanol
    French
    Italiano

    Hope this helps...

  • Is that the same specs as Back to the future? Reason I am asking is, because I can run Back to the future on my Mac and they fail to post Mac specs around here.

  • @TheMike said: Is that the same specs as Back to the future? Reason I am asking is, because I can run Back to the future on my Mac and they fail to post Mac specs around here.

    if you can run BTTF without problems (i.e stuttering), you should be fine as there games are all a similar specification but i have updated the specification for macs based upon my calculations for its minimum requirements...

  • Thank you, i hope my post wasn't snarky. That was not my intent. I appreciate your quick response and updating the specs for the mac.

  • Those are surprisingly low requirements I'm happy to see that now i just need a demo to confirm it but i might be able to play JP on PC:)

  • Will my computer be able to run it? (I'd say I have a midrange computer)

    Specs:
    OS: Vista Home Premium
    Processor: AMD Athlon 64X2 Dual Core Processor
    Memory: 3838 MB RAM
    Hard Disk Space: 180 GB (Free Space)
    Video Card: Nvideo Geforce 9100
    DirectX®: Direct X 10
    Sound: (Don't know, but after looking up on "Can you Run it", I ALWAYS pass the sound check for every game I've looked up)

  • Well all of you are WRONG :D
    A custom system with millions of lines of code
    controlling a multimillion dollar theme park can be operated by a 13 year
    old who has seen a Unix system before. Seeing an operating system means you
    know how to run any application on that system, even custom apps.
    Note: What OS was it really running?
    (1) "These are super computers". A CrayOS?
    (2) "Quicktime movie, Apple logo, trash can." MacOS?
    (3) "Reboot. System ready. C:\" DOS?
    (4) "Hey, this is Unix. I know this" Unix?
    The computers in Jurassic Park were Cray supercomputers running the MacOS
    as a graphical shell of DOS all layered on top of a Unix base.

    http://www.nand.net/~demaria/hollywood.txt

  • what kind of gamepads are supported?

  • @Neko20 said: what kind of gamepads are supported?

    Gravis gamepads And atari 2600 joysticks are supported

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