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Mac MMOs?

blinkeblinke Registered User regular
edited February 2008 in MMO Extravaganza
Apologize if this has been asked quite a bit, the search function isn't working.

Is there a list of MMOs that work on a mac? I'm trying to avoid WoW, already played that and not wanting to get back into it. I don't have an intel chip, so Eve is out. Anyone have any suggestions?

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    WulfWulf Disciple of Tzeentch The Void... (New Jersey)Registered User regular
    edited January 2008
    Might take some sorting, but there is a pretty decent list of most Macintosh compatible games here.

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    Golf153Golf153 Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    If your system can handle it, give Eve Online a try. Free for 14 days. If you like to play Pirate.... um wait... if you like Disney.... hmmm..... oh never mind. Try Pirates of the Caribbean, free account sucks, because pay accounts level faster. But the dynamics are decent. Good Luck avoiding WoW. I've canceled my account twice but haven't uninstalled it yet. It calls to me at night.

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    PanickdPanickd Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    Besides WoW and EVE there are:

    Lineage (the original not the second one)
    A Tale in the Desert
    Puzzle Pirates (if you can call that an MMO)
    Vendetta Online
    World War II Online (again, it's not really a "normal" MMO)

    That's all that comes to mind off hand. I'm sure there are Mac ports of a lot of the graphical MUDs too.

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    PMAversPMAvers Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    Panickd wrote: »
    Puzzle Pirates (if you can call that an MMO)

    I do, since it's made of win and awesome. :D Also because, outside of the beginning islands, the entire ocean's player-run. I really need to get the Pirates of Arcadia fleet out for a spin one of these days.

    There's a Mac version of the original Everquest. You don't have to buy a client or anything, since it's no longer in stores. They just give CD-keys out from the website. It only has the first few expansions in it, though, which kinda sucks... but, at least I hear the server has a good community.

    Shadowbane, for good or for ilk, is still being developed. I'll leave it at that, since I havn't actually played it recently to see the changes, although looking at the website it sounds like there's been some massive ones.

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    PanickdPanickd Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    I used to really dig on Puzzle Pirates a lot as a kind of "light" online game. Kind of the same way I played Gunbound back in the day. I might start playing it again now that they have adopted the Gunbound model (as far as them making money goes) for some oceans.

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    Fleck0Fleck0 Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    Panickd wrote: »
    I used to really dig on Puzzle Pirates a lot as a kind of "light" online game. Kind of the same way I played Gunbound back in the day. I might start playing it again now that they have adopted the Gunbound model (as far as them making money goes) for some oceans.

    How many YPP players do we have around here? I know we've tried a thread before and people were scattered around a couple servers. I'm on cobalt pretty often as flecko

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