Tools to check game system requirements for Mac OS

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  • Tools to check game system requirements for Mac OS Akusete

    Related to the question: How can I check if my machine will be able to run a game?

    The website, Can You Run it?, will compare your system components to the requirements for most published games.

    This website runs exclusively on Windows platforms. Is there any equivalent tool for MacOS?

  • I don't know of a website/tool that will check for you, but to compare the listed requirements use the System Profiler (/Applications/Utilities/System\ Profiler.app)

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