If you have an Intel based mac install Windows in boot camp and then you can install DBO and play it on your mac
You buy it for mac. You can get it at a mac store.
Yes and No. Unless it specifically states what OS/processor it will be able to play on it probably won't work.
you can't hunt mode is only for battlefront 2
If the Mac is intel, install Windows with Bootcamp or use Crossover Games or Parrallels or VMWare. If you have a powerpc mac, then use Virtual PC or Q, but it will be slow.
Last Chaos requires the Windows Vista or XP operating systems to run. It will not work with Mac OS X. If you have a modern Mac with an Intel processor you can install Windows on the Mac and then play Last Chaos.
Nothing. If you have an Intel Mac, you can use Boot Camp to dual-boot Windows. There is nothing you can do to run it on a PowerPC Mac.
no, you can covert info from a mac to a pc, but not a pc to a mac
Providing the Intel processor is in an Apple Mac computer, and the rest of the computer parts are present too, then Mac OS X can be installed.
Yes it does...check the mac website.
Garageband will work with a Mac with a suitably powerful G4 or G5 processor (ideally with a large chunk of memory to play with). The latest version requires Mac OS X 10.5.6 but only needs an Intel processor to use the Learn to Play lessons feature.
If a game is written to use the Windows operating system then it will require the Windows operating system to play. The Mac's operating system (Mac OS X) is not Windows and so Windows games will not work with it. If it is a recent Mac with an Intel processor then you can install the Windows operating system on to the Mac and then you can play Windows games on a Mac.
According to Wikipedia, the platforms for Star Wars Battlefront 2 are: ps2, psp, PC, and Xbox. So, no.
There are a couple of different types of Intel processors, but I only know so much about this subject. But I do know that mac computers have Intel Core Duo processors and some HP computers have Intel premium 4 and Gateway has Intel Centrino Duo. If you want to buy the best Intel processor then buy a Mac since they come with the best Intel.
I dont know anyone else?
Only if you have a Mac version of this game or you have the Windows version and you have Windows installed on your Intel iMac.
Yes, Apple's Intel transition was the process of changing the CPU of Macintosh computers from PowerPC processors to Intel x86 processors.
PowerPC Mac OS X apps are emulated transparently on Intel Macs. For "Classic" programs, you'll have to use an emulator like SheepShaver.
Yes and no. You can run Windows software on a PowerPC Mac using software such as VirtualPC for Mac or Q. A powerful Mac is required to do this as emulating a completely different CPU with a completely different architecture is VERY CPU taxing. However, running an Intel app on a PowerPC Mac is impossible. The code inside of the program is written for the Intel chipset and not PowerPC. If you find a "Universal" porgam, that means that there are two sets of code in that program, PPC and Intel.
It will install on most Mac computers with an intel processor doesn't matter what model of intel. It just requires a Mac built pretty much after 2006. Will not work on a power series such as a g3-5
NO you need Mac version of Photoshop Elements.
Currently Mac's use Intel processors.
On a hackintosh?