A typical modern day Mac personal computer.
|GTA Games available:||Grand Theft Auto III|
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Apple Macintosh are a series of personal computers developed and marketed by Apple Inc. Unlike the PC, Macintosh line of computers have their own operating systems, namely the Mac OS and the current Mac OS X (for more information, see below).
Mac OS are a series of graphical user interface-based operating systems developed by Apple Inc. It is the first operating system operated under Macintosh line-of-computers. It is known for being the first system aimed at the general public have a graphical interface consisting of mouse interaction with windows, icons, etc. Apple deliberately sought to minimize the existence of the operating system in the early years of its Macintosh line ensuring that the machine it more user friendly, thus differentiating it from other operating environments such as MS-DOS, which was a technical challenge. The first version was first released in 1984 and about 9 versions of Mac OS were released, with Mac OS 9 (the final version) launched in 1999. It is then succeeded by Mac OS X.
Mac OS XEdit
Mac OS X is the line of graphical operating systems developed and retailed by Apple Inc. which succeeded the original Mac OS, which had been Apple's primary operating system since 1984. Unlike the earlier Macintosh operating system, OS X is a Unix-based operating system built on technology developed at NeXT from the second half of the 1980s until early 1997, when Apple purchased the company.
Grand Theft Auto games on MacintoshEdit
Rockstar and Take-Two Interactive first released a Mac version of GTA III Era trilogy pack, a series of compilation of three main video games of Grand Theft Auto series namely Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, in 22nd November 2010.
The following GTA games released on Mac: