Call Of Duty (Windows) On Mac OS X?

Sgt.Annihilator

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Aug 19, 2007
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There is a way to get the windows version of UT2004 to work natively in Mac OSX and there is a launcher for Quake III for use in OSX which uses the main PAK file from the Quake III cd and it supports Team Arena too. But is there a way to make Call Of Duty work?
 

aspro

macrumors 6502
Apr 29, 2005
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Hobart, Australia
No, the Macintosh port was made by another company (Aspyr) and they sell the Macintosh version as a stand alone package.

Without venturing into the area of illegality there is no way of getting Call of Duty to work on your Mac OS X short of buying a copy of the Macintosh version.
 

torchwood04

macrumors regular
Jul 7, 2007
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Also, the Mac version very likely requires the Mac CD to run in the first place, so you're out of luck..
 

pengu

macrumors 6502a
Mar 20, 2005
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Diddily Daddily...
if you have an intel mac you might be able to play it in BootCamp..

you might also like Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory - it was originally an expansion pack for RtCW but then they released it as a complete game, open source, for free!