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Wrapper Type & Video Card Compatibility
- Wrapper Type: Wineskin
- Wine Version: 1.4 Raw/noXi2
- ATI / AMD: GREEN (fully playable)
- NVIDIA: GREEN (fully playable)
- Intel GMA: GREY (not tested)
- Intel HD: GREY (not tested)
Wrapper Type Info
Wrappers have different Mac OS X compatibility!
Video Card Info
GREEN = fully playable
YELLOW = playable with minor glitches
ORANGE = playable with some effort
RED = severe glitches / unplayable
Download Wrapper Alan Wake 1.0
Alan Wake is a third-person shooter psychological thriller action game developed by Remedy Entertainment and published by Microsoft Game Studios. It was released for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The story follows bestselling thriller novelist Alan Wake, as he tries to uncover the mystery behind his wife's disappearance during a vacation in the small (fictional) town of Bright Falls, Washington. All while experiencing events from the plot in his latest novel, which he cannot remember writing, coming to life.
In its pacing and structure, Alan Wake is similar to a thriller television series, with episodes that contain plot twists and cliffhangers. The game itself consists of six episodes, and the fiction is continued by two special episodes, titled "The Signal" and "The Writer", that were made available as downloadable content (DLC) within the same year of the game's release, released for free with the PC's Collector's Edition. Together, they make the first season of a possibly longer story. Additionally, a six-episode live-action web series called Bright Falls acts as a prequel to the game, and a number of related books also expand upon the Alan Wake story.
Chiefly written by Sam Lake, Alan Wake took over five years to create; an unusually long development time in the game industry. The game received positive reviews from critics, and is often revered for its narrative, pacing, and atmosphere. Alan Wake has been awarded the first spot in Time magazine's list of the top 10 video games of 2010.
Steam version with SKIDROW 184.108.40.20625 crack used.
Mouse movement is pretty good now, but not perfect, but this is also due to the strange nature that the main char you are playing are quite offscreen.
It took me a little bit time to get used to it. And the game is too damn scary!
My System Specs:
- OS: Mac OS X 10.6.8
- CPU: Core 2 Duo 4.0GHz
- RAM: 6 GB
- Video: nVidia GTX285 1024MB
- Disk Space: 10 GB
OS: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or Lion
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor. 2.66GHz or more recommended
Video: Dedicated video card with 512MB VRAM minimum**
This game has anti aliasing enabled by default, it cannot be turned off.
It will not run on non discrete cards like Intel HD and Nvidia 320M.
**edit: seems like the latest update enables the game to run ok on lower end graphics like 320M
I would still recommend having a dedicated card with 512MB like GT330M/HD4670 or better.
On my machine it runs at 50-60ish FPS @1050p with med/high settings
The video below are recorded on my hackPro 4.0GHz 6GB RAM and GTX285, it's still not supersmooth while recording.
Install the game on a pc or bootcamp/vmware/etc, apply the crack.
Drop game into "put game in here" inside the wrapper.
YES, even if you have legal copy you need the crack. Sorry that's life..
To change screen res you need to open "wineskin.app" inside the wrapper.
In advanced you can change the EXE Flags:
-w1280 -h800 -noblur
Default is set to 1280x800
Change w and h values accordingly to your wanted screen res
Some users report mouse is even better with adding "-directaiming" (without the ""), you just add it after "-noblur"
You can remove the "-noblur" if you want blur effects ingame, they do however kill some FPS and I've never been fan of blur effects.
The mouse is much better, but it is still not 100%
but it is very playable now!
Video from my mac: