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Train Simulators for Mac


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I want to know how install a train simulator on an iMac. I've tried to install one before, but it didn't work. Hopefully someone can help me out, and also give some suggestions on which train simulators are better than others on a Mac. Thanks to everyone to helps out.

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If you don't want to wait for it, you can get a software called parallels. parallels let's you run windows and Mac OS X at the same time on the same computer. It was designed for making games compatible. All you have to do is get the software, choose how much memory you want to give up for windows, and insert a driver install disc for windows. It's really easy. I use it to run TS2010 on my MacBook Pro. Best of luck ;)

 

 

Link To Parallels Website: http://www.parallels.com/

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If you don't want to wait for it, you can get a software called parallels. parallels let's you run windows and Mac OS X at the same time on the same computer. It was designed for making games compatible. All you have to do is get the software, choose how much memory you want to give up for windows, and insert a driver install disc for windows. It's really easy. I use it to run TS2010 on my MacBook Pro. Best of luck B)

 

 

Link To Parallels Website: http://www.parallels.com/

 

Parallels and most other virtual machine use an emulated Graphics card, which means performance on a VM will most likely be not playable. openBVE is compatible with Mac, with a few tweaks.

 

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