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Tales of Monkey Island hits the Macintosh


11:30 PM on 02.12.2010
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All of Tales of Monkey Island is now available on a third platform: the Macintosh. Earlier yesterday, series developer Telltale Games announced its commitment to the Apple platform alongside the $35 port reveal. And it appears as if Mac fans will have more to look forward to in the future. The studio is holding a poll on its Web site that will help decide which Telltale adventure series -- Sam & Max, Strong Bad, and Wallace & Gromit -- is to take next the platform hop.

A great series hits a superior platform. We don't get to write that every afternoon, unless, of course, we choose to talk about new Macintosh ports.  Nyah, nyah, Windows users. (System requirements listed after the fold.)

Mac System Requirements:

Operating Systems: Mac OS X 10.5 or newer
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo processor
Not Recommended For: Macs with integrated graphics






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