The Mac Observer: Game Companies Talk Universal Binaries
2:00 PM | Evan Holt | 3 comments
A recent article over at The Mac Observer gives us a break down of game performance under Rosetta, plans for Universal Binaries and quotes from prominent people in the Mac gaming industry.
• A Universal Binary version of Unreal Tournament 2004 might show up "in the next few days."
The Mac Observer: Mac Game Universal Binaries
• Glenda Adams, Director of Development at Aspyr Media said "a few of the more recent games, like The Sims 2 and Doom 3, don't run as well". She added that Doom 3 and The Sims 2 will both receive Universal Binary patches, which will be free
• Some older games such as MacSoft's Scrabble run so smoothly under Rosetta that you would not even know that it was running in emulation
• The consensus from game companies is that the move to Intel is a good one, but they won't be moving to Intel-only games for roughly another two years.
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