READNFO: This release is retail and released just recently. It contains no new material as far as we know, but it does contain the two latest versions of the executables, found no where else cracked until now. There is however an equal versionnumber of the first one's .exe (184.108.40.206), cracked in 2004 by FLT. However, judjing by the size and other factors, we believe that our included 220.127.116.11 is a newer and improved one. Officially our release says nothing about it, but it should fix any previous incompatibility issues possibly had with Vista/Win7 as well as work for Win8.
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Game Name: Diablo 2 Lord of DestructionWorking: yesPlayable: yesTested Resolutions: 800x600, 640x480Graphics Card: ATI Radeon X1600 (MBP 15"), and hackintosh using X1600+ATINDRV hackAudio: working (tested on 10.4.5) Networking: battle.net connection working OS X Version: 10.4.5/6Game Version: installed using the OS X installer and patched to most recent via battle.netNotes: Cannot be used in OpenGL rendering mode; Option-double-click the application to start it, holding Option until the "Diablo II Options" window appears. Hit 'Configure Video' and select 'Software'. With lots of effects or monsters on-screen, there's some pretty noticible slowdown.
Game Name: Myst V: End of AgesWorking: YesPlayable: Absolutely! Tested Resolutions:800x600 (windowed)Graphics Card: eVGA 128MB GeForce 5200FX (Natit Patch) Audio: YesNetworking: YesOS X Version: 10.5.2 Leopard (Kalyway w/ 9.2.0 kernel)Notes: Needs Intel installer patch at =19102 and 'Blade NOCD' crack found on your favorite sites. Run installer before NOCD and do not eject/unmount until it's completely installed and running! Thanks to
Game Name: Nanosaur2Working: YesPlayable: YesTested Resolutions:1440x900Graphics Card: RadeonX1600 256MBAudio: YesNetworking: Not tested.OS X Version: 10.4.7Game Version: 1.1 but version 2 now adds Universal BinaryNotes: Universal binary patch available on Apple website.
Game Name: QuakeWorking: YesPlayable: Game play is nice, works without hardware acceleration=nvidia Tested Resolutions: 800X600 so far Graphics Card: GF5700 Audio: YESNetworking: Not tested,should work OS X Version: 10.4.3 8f1111a V4.1 Notes: using the quake mac osx patch
Game Name: Soldier Of Fortune 2Working: YesPlayable: Not Very Tested Resolutions: 640x480, 800x600Graphics Card: GMA900 Audio: YesNetworking: No noticible ProblemsOS X Version: 10.4.4Game Version: 1.0, 1.03 (Gold) and Gold with OSP patch MultiplayerNotes: tested on a 2.8 Celeron 336, 512 ram, using xbench I am getting similar results to 1ghz ibook it plays fine as far as I can tell but unacceptable framerates of 5-20 fps, Havent properly tested single player as frame rate was too poor but multiplayer was better at ~ 15fps at the lowest graphics settings, this is compared with min 70fps for the same settings of the ibook
Game Name: Starcraft + BroodwarWorking: YesPlayable: YesTested Resolutions: 640x480 Graphics Card: Radeon X1600+ATINDRV hackAudio: Yes Networking: Yes OS X Version: 10.4.5Game Version:1.33 Notes: After downloading the patch from apple.com, the furthest I have reached was the screen that allows you to select your resolution. The splash screen does not appear. By the way, Blizzard would most likely not port a game as old as Starcraft.
Game Name: Starcraft BroodwarWorking: YesPlayable: YesTested Resolutions: NAGraphics Card: Radeon X1600+ATINDRV hackAudio: Yes Networking: Yes OS X Version: 10.4.5Game Version:1.33 Notes: After downloading the patch from apple.com, the furthest I have reached was the screen that allows you to select your resolution. The splash screen does not appear. By the way, Blizzard would most likely not port a game as old as Starcraft.I have starcraft and brood wars the install discs came with mac installs, and it works fine on osx. i'm running os x 10.4.11 on an ibook g4 with 768 mb ddr sdram and 1.33 PPC
Game Name: Unreal Tournament 2004Working: YesPlayable: Yes (~20+fps) (60+fps on Radeon 9800 Pro)Tested Resolutions: 1024x768Graphics Card: GMA900, ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Audio: YesNetworking: Not tested (extremely smooth when tested with the ATI card).OS X Version: 10.4.3 8F1111A Game Version: 3355Notes: Seems to work perfectly, some graphics errors (when exiting the game using the ATI card, the mouse cursor becomes lines on the screen and at that point, you have to fumble around for the apple menu and restart the computer to fix it, no other issues using that card)The lastest patch 3369.2 for Mac OS X are some fixes, but the biggest changes are the presence of Universal Binaries and the inclusion of the Epic Mega Pack. =2565
Game Name: WipeOut 2097Working: YesPlayable: YesTested Resolutions: 1024x768Graphics Card: GMA950Audio: YesNetworking: Not testedOS X Version: 10.4.8Game Version: 1.3Notes: Appears to play fine (only tested single-player first level and menus, though). Note that you need to download the latest 1.3 patch  which provides a Mac OS X binary (the original version is for Mac OS 9). The maximum resolution allowed by the game is 1024x768, so this is probably the best choice. The initial videos don't appear to play smoothly, though. 2b1af7f3a8