Cant think of a username Posted March 3 Share Posted March 3 There is this windows emulator called Wine. And yes, you can get ksp2 running on it! Specifically, I used CrossOver (a gui/patch for Wine), and the game managed to get itself running on my macbook pro m2! (FPS is what you expect it to be, duh) Here is the CrossOver forum link -> https://www.codeweavers.com/compatibility/crossover/kerbal-space-program-2 you can check the tips section for some stuff I added on how to get the game working a bit better. You run Steam on CrossOver so you can launch ksp2, or you can try taking the exe from a windows computer that has downloaded it. Current downsides: - The ocean water has rendering issues...no boat building for now - The FPS is NOT great. I don't know how bad it can be on a mac m1 - VAB loading takes quite a long time - After exiting a flight into the ksc, the lag is still there But hey, it WORKS at least! Image (proof): Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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