Ohhh, count me in (hopefully)!
Signed up, ready and willing to make sure this is Paradox's first of many official ports to the Mac of their outstanding games.
"Telling people "how it's done" is rather condescending, especially if you have no idea what their background is." - Had a dad
How to install and play Darkest Hour on a Macintosh computer!
Don't lose your cool. This is a great forum, and there is no point in getting worked up over something pointless. There are two sides to everything.
Oh blimey, *so* applied for this! I've been following CK2 for a while now, just wishing it would transfer to Mac
Really been looking forward to getting to play this one. Been looking into bootcamp just to get it sooner, so hopefully I can get in on the beta!
Fools...FOOLS YOU ALL ARE FOR HAVING MACS!
No, seriously, good luck to all the applicants!
"A few franchises let you refight Henry V's most famous victories, but only one lets you murder his mum and inseminate his sisters."
- PC Gamer UK on Crusader Kings II
"Some guys play hard to get, I play hard to want...."
I've been playing the PC version (bought via gamers gate) on my mac. It works great with a Wine port I downloaded from Paul the Tall's website. Only issue so far was I had to reduce the resolution slightly to get a full screen experience.
Obviously though, I would like to re-download the authentic mac version when it actually comes out (dito Sengoku...?). So, will I in fact be able to download the Mac version with my PC version serial number or am I stuck with the ported version?
I don't believe that recent Paradox games have a modified .exe for Steam. My understanding was that the Steam and GG versions were the same? I may be wrong.