Greetings, Im a new owner of a late 2012 13-inch (non-retina) MBP. I wanted the retina model, but couldnt do without an optical drive, or fathom owning a laptop in which I couldnt upgrade RAM or swap out a HD (I anticipate going to a faster SDD, someday). Specific specs of my 13: -2.9GHz i7 -Intel HD Graphics 4000 -16GB 1600MHz RAM -1TB (big!) 5400rpm (yet slow) HD -Generally running Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit) via Bootcamp (But 250GB set aside for OS Mountain Lion when desired) So I wasnt foolish enough to be buying this particular laptop as a gaming machine. Its primarily a portable internet, word processor, music management machine and occasional BMW tuning machine for me. I would however, like to OCASSIONALLY like to play a game here-and-there. What Ive found is that the specs of the device, dont necessarily directly relate to how the 13-inch MBP will play particular games. I had some hopes and expectations that it would at least handle a few of my old favorites (Fallout 3 being #1 on my wish list), but its really hit-or-miss as to what works (or can be tweaked to work) properly. One of the main issues seems to be the integrated Intel HD 4000 graphic chip. Wish there was a way to allocate more system memory manually. So what I was hoping to do with this thread was compile a list of games known to work with the 13-inch MBP/MBA or other MacBook with the integrated Intel graphics chip. If anyone is interested in contributing to the list, it would be much appreciated. I was thinking it would be good to include the following: -Name of game/version -MacBook specs -OS/version -Necessary tweaks to get it running right -Game graphics settings and results So far, Ive tried Fallout 3 and after some tweaking, got it running, but found it to be too unstable. GTA IV has given me some strange draw issues that I have not tried to troubleshoot as of yet. My first fully-operational success has been: -Mafia II -Specs/OS stated above -No tweaks necessary and a very playable 30-34 FPS on High settings! A wired USB two-button mouse however, is a necessity (no Magic Mouse and my other wireless USB two-button mouse was jumpy) Again, I would sincerely appreciate any contributions to this list of confirmed stable/working games.