Apple OS Update

Dear Nancy Drew Fans,

Apple’s latest version of macOS, 10.15 Catalina, and 10.16 Big Sur may look a lot like earlier versions of the operating system, but its vastly different. As you may be aware, the biggest change is that Apple no longer supports older 32-bit apps or games in Apple’s 64-bit operating system. Unfortunately, this means that Catalina and Big Sur will block all older Nancy Drew Mac games (#22 – #32).  Please be assured, that we are looking at all possible solutions, and hope to find one that is economically feasible, so that you can continue to enjoy your older Nancy Drew Mac games.

In the meantime, Apple unofficially recommends either that you keep an old Mac on hand that runs a pre-Catalina version of the OS or that you partition your current Mac so that it can start up with an older macOS version as well as Catalina or Big Sur. Additionally, another alternative is to buy a copy of Parallels Desktop or VMware Fusion if you don’t already own one. These programs are designed mostly for running Windows on a Mac, but you can also use them to create a virtual machine that runs macOS in a window on your Mac desktop.

We apologize for this inconvenience and as soon as we have any additional information and a path forward, we will be sure to update you. We know and understand that you love replaying these classic games and that this is an important issue to many Mac players.

As always, thank you for supporting HeR Interactive and Nancy Drew Games.


Team HeR Interactive

PS: If you would like to share your concern with Apple, please visit their contact support page here to enter an inquery or concern.

We always love hearing from our fans, so please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts or questions with us at

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117 responses to “Apple OS Update”

  1. Joanna Csillag says:

    My name is Joanna Csillag and I have been playing Nancy Drew Games since I was very little. You may not even read this email but I just wanted to say, I really really love the Nancy Drew Games. I’m rooting for you guys that you hopefully figure out a solution to the new painful Catalina update from Apple. I really hope you figure out a way.

    Good luck.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Joanna! I appreciate your words of encouragement! It’s frustrating that Apple made that decision, and we are continuing to look for options in getting our Mac games to work on their new operating systems. 🙁

  2. Mavis Ford says:

    Mavis Ford I read all the Nancy Drew books as I grew up I am now 80 years…old…still love Nancy Drew and have played the computer games as well….would like to see more of them must look for new disks…..

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Mavis! It’s so great to hear more from Nancy Drew fans, especially at your age! If you ever have trouble finding more Nancy Drew games on discs, we offer all the titles as digital downloads for sale direct on our web site. 🙂

  3. Michael Claridge says:

    I just bought two Nancy Drew Games and I just updated to 64-bit. Is there a way I can now get a refund since none of them work anymore?

  4. Molly says:

    Hi, will the games work with 10.14.6?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Molly! Take a look at each game’s web page for the exact system specs for the Mac versions. If something isn’t clear to you, please feel free to email us at and be ready to share your system details so we can help compare the game compatibility with your machine. Thanks!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi! Wondering if there were any updates on this? Especially in these times, would love to be able to play some of these games. Thank you for all your hard work!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Anonymous! There have been no new updates since this post. 🙁 We cannot change what Apple has restricted, and have not found a new solution yet. I’m sorry!

  6. Cassie says:

    I was not aware of this. I just bought and digitally downloaded games 22 and 23 and now I can’t even play them! I’ve emailed customer support with no reply… can I exchange them for newer ones that will work on my computer?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Cassie! I’m sorry about Apple’s restrictions on their operating system. Thank you for emailing us – if you haven’t heard from us yet, please keep an eye out soon for a response. We have been backed up on email responses lately. Sorry about the delay!

  7. Mariana says:

    Hi! I am the biggest Nancy Drew Game Fan! I’ve been playing them since I was little and after 18 years I still keep playing them, they are the best!! I am also having trouble with the Catalina update from Mac, I hope you fix it soon!
    Thank you very much and love your games!!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Mariana! Thanks for being such a great Nancy Drew fan! Unfortunately, we cannot change the decision from Apple on only allowing 32-bit games to run on their new operating system. However, we are constantly on the lookout for workarounds to help!

  8. Erica says:

    I have been a long time fan of everything Nancy Drew, and just recently rediscovered the computer games were still in existence. (Curtesy of a pandemic and quarantine I suppose). I upgraded from an 7+ year old HP laptop to a new Mac and I’m saddened to see that the games are no longer able to run on the Mac operating system. I’m anxiously awaiting solutions to this because I’d like to re-purchase the entire set of games rather than spending that money on an additional laptop to game on.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Erica! I’m sorry about this – we cannot change Apple’s decision to not allow 32-bit games on their latest software update. As soon as we find a workaround, we will be sure to post about it!

  9. Sarah Hoover says:

    SInce this warning message was only printed in tiny font on the page for the affected game (Trail of the Twister), I purchased it for my Mac running on Catalina without realizing there would be a problem. Can I please be refunded for the affected game? I have emailed about this already, but have not heard back.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Sarah, I’m sorry about Apple’s 32-bit game restriction. As soon as we learn about a workaround, we will be sure to post about it. We apologize for the delayed response in our email, as we have been backed up with many messages. Please keep an eye out for our response soon!

  10. Lydia says:

    I have a macOS Sierra version 10.12.6 will this game work on my Mac? thanks !

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Lydia! You can check the system requirements on the web page of the game you are looking into.

  11. Emily says:

    Hello there! My Mac is running on macOS Mojave 10.14.6 and I am still able to play Trail of the Twister and Secrets Can Kill Remastered. Will the other Mac games (#22-32) be able to played?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Emily! To make sure the other titles will run on your operating system, take a look at the game web pages and see the system requirements. That will specify if it will work or not. 🙂

  12. Mallory Caforia says:

    Hi there,

    I downloaded this game and have Mojave for my OS—every time I try to open it, it comes up with “Nancy Drew – The Captive Curse quit unexpectedly. Click Reopen to open the application again. Click Report to see more detailed information and send a report to Apple.” Can you help?

  13. AmberL says:

    Hi! I have the mojave 10.14.5 and I bought the Ghost of Blackmoor Manor before I updated to that operating system. It still works after the update though. Will other games ranging from game #22-#32 also work on Mojave now? Or does the Ghost of Blackmoore Manor only work because I downloaded it before I upgraded to Mojave?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Amber! Are you referring to Ghost of Thornton Hall, or Curse of Blackmoor Manor? Either way, you are very lucky to have it working on Mojave! Our games do not work well on Mojave or Catalina.

  14. Kelsey says:

    You guys should have this noted on the game pages…I just purchased a game and now I can’t play. Thanks.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Kelsey, this note has been added to the system requirements in addition to a link to this post. I’m sorry about Apple’s 32-bit game restriction. 🙁 Once we find a workaround for their change, we will be sure to post about it. In the meantime, feel free to email us at and let us know which game you purchased.

      • Mackenzie says:

        This should be posted somewhere higher or in bigger font, I never had a chance to see that one little note WAAAY at the bottom of the page.

        • Little Jackalope says:

          Hello Mackenzie, I’m sorry you missed our important message. Since many others requested we make this more visible, we have added it just below each game page under the system specs in a larger, more noticeable button. I’m sorry that Apple has restricted 32-bit games. 🙁

      • Kelsey says:

        I have emailed and followed all steps for a refund but I am being told I can’t receive a refund. Whoever handles this department doesn’t know how to find my order apparently. How ridiculous.

  15. Hallie says:

    I just purchased Silent Spy and became aware of this issue trying to install it. I don’t really want to wait for an update because I don’t know how long that will take and I have not received an email back from the tech team. I would just like a refund since I can’t play the game or at least a way to exchange for a game that works.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Hallie, I’m sorry you haven’t been able to play your game. Keep an eye out for our response email – I apologize for the delay as we have received many emails on the subject and want to get to everyone.

  16. Daisy says:

    I hope you guys can find a solution soon, we were already having fun in the little corner of 22-32 and now that’s gone 🙁 I lost all my games-esp with buying the mac only versions. At least I have the memories + might try to Midnight at Salem for a quarantine game! Please please, I hope more can be available to Mac users!

  17. moob says:

    Does this mean I can still play #32 on Catalina? Or is that one excluded?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi moob, I believe only MID can be played normal when on Catalina. Games 1-32 are unplayable on the new Mac OS because Apple restricts 32-bit games.

  18. Jessica Fletcher says:

    Unfortunately I can no longer play any of your games, because I have a Catalina Macbook. That change must have been quite a blow, and I’m disappointed in Apple and in the gaming industry in general, which has sadly prioritized mindless shooters and stupid racing games. I see that people are really angry about the graphics and the other changes in the Salem ND game, but I am ALL FOR anything that keeps these games coming! I think we’d all really like to see smart, charming mystery games like these make a big comeback, and we support you. I have many favorites, but The Curse of Blackmoor Manor and The Captive Curse were your shining achievements (I wish I could re-play them!). More like those, plz!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Jessica! Thank you for your encouragement and support! I’m sorry about Apple’s decision with restricting 32-bit games. 🙁 We have no more updates at this time to help our players replay their older Mac titles, but when we do, we will be quick to share any workarounds we find!

  19. Veronica Lopez says:

    I understand the issue with the new Mac updates, but it should be posted on the website main page and near game selections. I have been a Nancy Drew fan since ’01 & was really excited to download ones I missed out. Though the ‘Midnight in Salem’ downloaded fine, the other 3 games i purchased did not download due to these technical issues and I am deeply disappointed. Phone calls are being unanswered which I understand also that times are tough now. But I want to get a refund to be processed for the other games as soon as possible. It’s not inconvenient really, just unfortunate.

  20. Chrissi says:

    Hi! Do you guys have plans to upgrade your games to be compatible with the new 64 bit requirements? I’ve also always wondered if there would ever someday be Apple versions of the older Windows-only ND games. I’d give anything to be able to download Treasure in the Royal Tower on my Mac! Is any of this a possibility, even if it’s far in the future? Thank you!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Chrissi! We do not have plans at the moment to re-master our older games. Sorry! 🙁 If we can find a way around Apple’s restrictions to 64-bit games, we will share that info with everyone.

  21. Kaitie says:

    Hi HerInteractive! Does this effect being able to play the older games through Wineskin? Would Wineskin be able to play the newer games? Thanks for all your help!

  22. Liz says:

    I anticipate this means we will never be able to play these games on a newer mac? That is how it appears. I am personally not interested in playing Midnight in Salem as it does not have the classic feel I have always loved in these games, but can no longer play any of the old ones. I can probably download these onto my Dell work computer, but cannot pay for a new download for each game.

  23. Talon says:

    Is there any update on solutions for Nancy Drew games? Would really like to start playing again. Thank you!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Talon, sorry, we do not have any new news or updates to share yet. We are still trying to figure out a better workaround Apple’s restrictions.

    • Kris says:

      Talon, I don’t know if you have figured out a way to play your games but I ended up buying an external hard drive for my Mac. I then installed MacOs Mojave on the external hard drive. That allowed me to play the Nancy Drew Mac games I hadn’t finished playing through the external hard drive.

  24. Katie says:

    Hi! I just updated my computer and now I can’t play a game I purchased a few hours ago. I do have an old Mac, so I’m wondering if it’s possible to download it to that computer? I never got an email receipt for it.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Katie! If you have an older Mac with an older operating system, you may be able to move the game. Please contact us at and let them know what operating systems are on both of your Macs, and specify which game. Ask them for guidance on moving the game files over to the older Mac.

  25. Shelby says:

    Hello! Are there any updates regarding this? Is an access portal in discussion, similar to Origin? I would love to purchase and keep an updated macOS.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Shelby! Unfortunately, Apple has restricted their latest operating system to only 64bit games. Our games are 32bit. If we ever find a workaround, we will be quick to share it on our web site and with our Mac players.

    • Whittem Deer says:

      Hi there, more than likely you’ll have to wait 5-10 years or longer for a update because this is how Her Interactive works! They don’t do ANYTHING speedy. I trust there a company with TONS of money seeing how they can afford to release a new game once in every 5-10 years. It’s shocking to know there still in business in my personal views. I “used” to love to play Nancy Drew games but ever since they ditched there 2 games a year speed I haven’t played any and moved onto playing games that come out much faster and quicker. Just so you know there Nintendo Breath of the Wild game which is the most expensive game ive ever seen took 4 years to develop yet it takes this company 5 year’s to make a game and its not even close to as big as Breath of the Wild. Sorry for the digs Her Interactive but you know i do have a point and i still find it amazing you’re still in business. Tells me you must have money to burn or something. Lol.

  26. Rachel says:

    Will they still work from Steam?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Rachel! I think it is the same situation. The game itself (no matter where you purchase it) will not work on the new Mac Catalina operating system. Apple has restricted 32bit games. If we ever find a workaround, we will be quick to share it on our web site and with our players.

  27. Emily says:

    Since adjusting the games to work within Apple’s restrictions sounds incredibly difficult, is there any chance that you’ll consider releasing more of the games on ipad? I LOVED Thornton Hall! I was a little worried about how it would feel on my ipad, but honestly I think I enjoyed it more on there than I would have on my desktop. Maybe releasing older titles on ipad is less involved than getting everything to work with the new Apple OS updates?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Emily! Glad to hear you enjoyed Ghost of Thornton Hall on the iPad! We will keep in mind your request for future Nancy Drew games on this platform. For now, we are only focusing on PC and Mac.

  28. Fatumata Manneh says:

    I was excited to buy the Nancy Drew game only to find out after I purchased it, its not compatible with this new update. Is there a way I can a refund for this?

  29. Seph Schu says:

    Will the games still work with Apple’s Boot Camp? Thanks

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Seph! I cannot promise on how well Apple products perform, but we have heard from some fellow fans that have had success in using BootCamp for the games. 🙂

  30. Hannah Messenger says:

    Is Midnight in Salem compatible with apples new 64-bit update? I keep seeing things about games up until 32, but this is game 33. Also I just purchased a game that isn’t compatible with my computer, is there a way to get a refund?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Hannah! MID is for sure compatible with the new Catalina update. It’s really only games before that one that have been restricted by Apple. We haven’t found any workarounds other than what is posted here, yet.

  31. Paul says:

    Just curious,

    I have a Macbook. Does this mean that if I purchase VMware Fusion or the Parallels desktop you linked, that I will be able to play the older games? Or does the Catalina update get in the way of that always?
    Also, could I use CrossOver instead of those to play the older games that don’t have Mac versions like Blackmoor Manor for example if running Catalina?

  32. Sarah says:

    So I also have a virtual PC that I pay for so I can play the old Nancy Drew games that don’t work on a Mac. Is there any way I can get my Mac games to work on the Windows PC? I get that this is an issue and I know you guys are trying hard to resolve it, but it has been several months and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. So maybe offering a Windows version to those who own the Mac versions is a starting point? I still have all my product codes I can supply as proof of purchase.

  33. Gracie says:

    I just want to say, much like everyone else… I am rooting for this game. I remember playing this when I was young and I cannot wait to play again in the future. Nancy Drew means so much to me so I hope all works out well.

    Thank you for keeping us updated with the works in progress. I look forward to seeing what all you have in store from us!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Thanks for you encouragement, Gracie! We are disappointed in Apple’s update restrictions. 🙁

  34. Steve Broad says:

    What is to stop HER Interactive to dig out the old source code for all the games and recompile to 64 bit? Surely it is not that hard? We need all the Nancy Drew games to work properly on newer OS and recompiling would be so quick and easy.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Steve, it would require time and money. Unfortunately, our company is small, but we are aware of the large fan group who desire to replay their old Nancy Drew games on their newer Macs.

  35. Hi Little Jackalope. I enjoy playing the Nancy Drew games, also. I have several older games of N.D. that won’t play on my computer. And I recently purchased and downloaded “Midnight in Salem” and it won’t run. I think the reason is that my processor is 2.5 GHz and it requires at least a 3. I’d I feel foolish for buying without checking to see if my computer meets the requirements. I really can’t afford to spend money on something I can’t use. I hope you’ll be able to help me with this.

  36. Grace L says:

    Hello, Her Interactive,

    If time and money are the barriers (and Apple isn’t offering solutions), may I suggest starting a Kickstarter or similar to raise extra funds? I’m a huge Nancy Drew fan and I’ve been playing these games since you started making them in the early 2000s, and I for one would love to donate and help you update the games, especially if contributing means I get to re-play them with shiny new graphics!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      This is very thoughtful, and thank you for your support! We once tried Kickstarter, but not enough fans are interested in that method. As soon as we find a better workaround for the Mac/Apple issue, we will be fast to share it!

  37. Erin Drexler says:

    I really wish that I could play my older Nancy Drew games. I hope there is a fix soon. I have been playing these games since I was in high school. Rooting for you all to get this figured out.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Erin! If we ever find a better workaround solution for Apple restricting the games, we will be quick to share it with everyone.

  38. Lemuel says:

    If you don’t mind me asking how much would it cost to update a game from 32 bit to 64 bit?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      I’m not entirely sure, but I’m also not sure how possible it is. The old games used a proprietary engine, so that complicates the answer.

  39. Cara says:

    I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to find out I can buy these games digitally. I have been playing since the very beginning, and I just recently told someone how much I love the Nancy Drew games. Seeing Midnight in Salem just made my night. Thank you so much fo bringing Nancy back.

  40. Gauri Dhandarphale says:

    I downloaded this without reading the FAQ. I have a Mac OS which is Catalina 10.15.7
    I do understand that I should have checked the FAQs before downloading.
    But is there any way I can get a refund cause this game is practically useless for me if I am not able to install and play.
    Again I know its a mistake from my side but I urge you to do something about this

  41. Junie says:

    I know this might seem like a silly question but will these games play on my iPad? It says it is a software version 13.6 and a 5th generation iPad. Thanks for the help!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Junie! The only games that were compatible with iPads were Codes & Clues, and the iPad version for Ghost of Thornton Hall. 🙁

  42. Batima says:


    I love Nancy Drew games, playing them since my middle school, first on PC with CDs, then after I purchased MacBook during my uni I got these games from the App Store, now I am a working adult, but still love to replay them. I updated my mac to Catalina just a month ago, kind regret it since all my Nancy Drew games are not available anymore. Is there a chance HI team is working on it? Can we expect the updated version of games soon by any chance? Thank you.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Batima! Since Apple has restricted 32-bit games, the older Nancy Drew games will not work on Catalina. This is the only workaround we know of here. However, our future games will indeed be compatible with the newest operating systems.

  43. SupaFan96 says:

    Hi Little Jackalope,

    I just wanted to say I appreciate all you guys are doing over at HER Interactive. I hope you are able to get Nancy Drew games back up and running. I wish there was more as fans that we could do to support you, such as a funding page? I know many of us are anxious to get these amazing games back on Mac, which is the only computer I have, as do many others.

    Would love to help out in any way possible, maybe you have some ideas? Out of curiosity, are you able to release information on what method you guys are using to resolve this?

    Thanks a bunch and from all your fans: WE LOVE YOU! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi SupaFan96! Thank you for your love and support! This is the only solution we have at this time. We have tried crowdfunding for other projects in the past, but we didn’t receive enough support, so I presume we would have a tough time with that method. If we find a better solution, we will share it with everyone.

  44. Gabrielle says:

    Can I just clarify even if the Apple Store on a computer states that the games will run on OS X 10.7.5 or later they won’t? Wanting to purchase from you guys but thought i would just check first!

    • gabrielle says:

      Also I just downloaded MIS because I read here that it would work, however its not? How do I move forward with this problem?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Gabrielle! Take a look at the game specifications and requirements for each game on their respective web pages. That will help to identify if the game will work on your computer. If you need help with this, please reach out to us at Thanks!

  45. Tyler says:

    Just bought two game downloads off of Amazon only to find out the same thing as everyone said above… It’s now November, are there any updates? It seems like this would be top priority to fix…

  46. Shannon says:

    Hello! Any updates on a fix for older Nancy Drew games to be played on newer Mac updated computers? Thanks so much!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Shannon! We don’t have any new methods to share yet, but once we discover a new workaround, we will share it asap!

  47. Bill says:

    I recently upgraded my Mac to OS Big Sur and I would try to install the Secrets Can Kill REMASTERED and the installation is NOT supported on my current Mac software. Kinda bummed about this now.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Bill, we are very disappointed that Apple set that restriction to 64-bit games. If we discover a new workaround, we will be quick to share it.

  48. Skyleguy says:

    Is there any update on this? I had to get my macbook replaced which was running mojave and my nancy drew games were fine. Now that my new one is on catalina I’m missing them greatly!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Skyleguy! We don’t have any news or updates to share on this. Once we discover a new or different workaround to Apple’s 64-bit restriction, we will be quick to share it.

  49. Celia Castellano says:

    Will the Nancy Drew games prior to #33 work on Mac iOS 10.13.6?

  50. Brenda Drummond says:

    2 questions: is there any update about these running on 64-bit Macs? Hoping so, since it’s been almost a year! Also, what are the chances you guys will go back to the original style games instead of the 3D style of Midnight in Salem? That game was the biggest disappointment of any Nancy Drew game. Not sure if you guys read reviews out there, but they’re just awful. Hoping Her Interactive listens to their “fans”!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Brenda – thanks for your feedback. I will pass along the info to our team. We do read every review on every site that we sell Midnight in Salem, so we have a good idea of what everyone likes and dislikes – that way we can make the correct changes to the future games. As for the Mac issues – we haven’t found any other workaround at this time, but if or when we do, we will be quick to update everyone!

    • Kelly says:

      I’m just here as a superfan to ditto Brenda’s suggestion. The old style was much more nancy drew than the 3d way. and i missed the classic inventory option as well. Many many fans liked the old style better. I appreciate all of your guys’ effort though. I know youre a small company and trying hard…. but if it isnt broken dont fix it…..

  51. Abi says:

    I’m interested in buying a game but have a 2016 Mac. Would these work on that?

  52. Ellen O'Reilly-Porter says:


    I have downloaded macOS Big Sur 11.0 on my mac. Will the Nancy drew Salem game be compatible to run?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Ellen! Midnight in Salem should be able to work on the new operating system. Be sure to check the game requirements against your machine to see if it will run. If you need any help with this, feel free to contact us at

  53. jade g. says:

    hello, I have recently updated my mac to the ios big sur & I can now no longer play any of the games I have purchased, except for midnight in salem. this is honestly very upsetting since I have been playing these games since I was in elementary school. will there be any sort of updates for the games we have already purchased or some sort of work around for this, so us players who can no longer play the games, can play them? I truly would love to play these on my mac & not have to rebuy them for a windows laptop.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello jade g. Have you tried this workaround we have described here? At this time, this is the only solution we have. If we learn of any better solution, we will be quick to share it with everyone.

  54. Maya says:

    Please consider putting a team to work on converting all the games for Macs, if you do find a work around. I miss having access to all of these games and the only reason I haven’t updating my OS is because I want to play the ones I can on my laptop.

  55. Raquel says:

    Has there been any update? Would really love to keep playing but have the new MacOS Catalina update. Been patiently waiting to play more games than Midnight in Salem. Already played it 3 times.

  56. Philomena says:

    “playonmac” seems to work with Catalina. I’ve had success playing my recently downloaded games (12/20/20). You just need to go into mac privacy to allow the app to run.

  57. Sarah Bond says:

    Hi Fellow Nancy Drew Fans,

    I found that the easiest way to work around this is to get a virtual PC; I subscribe to one from Shadow. The PC is secure and continuously updated with security software that is part of your subscription. I was able to get all my downloaded games for Mac to work using this interface. I found that partitioning my hard drive took way too much memory. The virtual PC is accessed using an internet connection. Or just purchase a PC laptop. Either way, you get to play ALL the old games, not just the ones for Mac. I opted for the virtual PC because I didn’t want to keep track of two computers; wanted everything on one device.

  58. DH says:

    In all honesty, YOU are the software company that sells mac version games. It is YOUR responsibility to be pro-active in design & updates for your customers making sure your product does what you advertise it to do. I think it is poor business sense that you blame Apple publicly on your site for your failed product design. Either support your product or don’t offer it if you refuse to keep up with the platform you claim the games use.

    • Jd says:

      EXACTLY. Don’t offer the product if it doesn’t work. I just wasted too much time before discovering mac downloaded games don’t work on mac, and now have to try to get a refund. VERY frustrating.

  59. Car says:

    I downloaded the Mac version and now it doesn’t work. Can I exchange for a PC version or get my money back?

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