Friday, November 12, 2010

CrossOver Games 9.2.0 | Mac Os X

CrossOver Games 9.2.0 | Mac Os X | 54 MB

Now gamers can play the games they want, on whatever platform they want! With CrossOver Games, you can run many popular Windows games on your Intel OS X Mac or Linux PC. Whatever your tastes — first-person shooters, fantasy, strategy, MMORPGs — CrossOver Games lets you run many popular game titles. CrossOver comes with an easy to use, single click interface, which makes installing your games simple and fast. Once installed, your game integrates seamlessly with your Desktop. Just click and run! Best of all, you do it all easily and affordably, without needing a Microsoft operating system license. 

CrossOver Games is built on the latest versions of Wine, based on contributions from both CodeWeavers and the open-source Wine community, and then lovingly hand-crafted by Stefan Dösinger, our very own Wine/Games connoisseur. Unlike other CrossOver products, which are aimed primarily at office productivity applications (and hence maximum stability), CrossOver Games aims to bring you the latest, greatest, bleeding edge improvements in Wine technology. This means that the newest games run faster and better under CrossOver Games than under other versions of CrossOver, or other version of free Wine, for that matter. You want to run your Mom's knitting software? Maybe you should look elsewhere. On the other hand, if you need better framerates on Linux or Mac so you can frag your buddies: check out CrossOver Games!

Mac Version
Intel-based Macintosh system running Mac OS X (note: CrossOver Games will not run on PowerPC systems)
120 MB of free disk space
Mac OS 10.5.x (Leopard) or later is recommended.
Some low end Mac systems with built in Video chip sets may not be able to play high performance first person games at full frame rates.

Version 9.2:
* Merged with Wine release 1.2.1. This includes bug fixes for several unsupported games, as well as fixing a crash in the launcher for Street Fighter IV and a lag in Team Fortress 2.
* Fixed a bug that causes DRM problems on Ubuntu 10.10.
* Fixed patching of StarCraft II (via an updated Gecko engine).
* Fixed a problem that prevented StarCraft II from launching properly during the first run.
* Fixed the sending of text in Worms Armageddon WormNET.
* Improved behavior with built-in msvcr71. Should simplify the installation of several unsupported games, including Lord of the Rings Online.
* Fixed a double mouse-pointer bug that appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II on some Linux distributions.
* Improved font rendering for Trainz 2004 and others.
* Got Tomb Raider: Chronicles working again.
* Fixed a serious rendering problem for Civilization V.

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