Latest version : 0.64.13
This version was compiled in osx Sierra, should be compatible with previous
osx versions, hopefully, but it was not tested. It's still a 32 bit binary
anyway. You will need the frameworks to
go with it, just install them in your /Library/Frameworks directory.
Version notes : sdl_sound seems to use the native osx library for mp3s
which makes it much more convenient. I couldn't test any accelerated opengl
display, but opengl seems to work. I have included m68kdis and dz80 in the
bundle to be able to disassemble using the console (since it seems harder
to place a new binary in the default path with recent osx versions it's
easier to include it here now... ! the binaries are small anyway).
||Raine 0.63.4, mac os x intel version, click on the picture to
download (compressed with 7z, it's highly advised to use ez7z on mac,
apparently the only solution which had the decency to keep 7z free on macs.
Notes for this version :
SDL-1.2.15 : get
SDL-1.2.15.dmg, open it, and copy the framework to your /Library/Frameworks
- It supports opengl, but opengl was a little disappointing on my
hardware, be sure to choose "Texture" for the renderer in OpenGL
"Renderer's options", because the Drawpixel method seems surprisingly
slow in osx. Also all the shaders didn't work on my hardware, maybe
you'll have more luck here too.
- I couldn't get any hardware accelerated overlays, maybe you'll be more
lucky with your hardware, otherwise just avoid overlays (in video options).
Since overlays had some issues in the previous version, it shouldn't be a
- It contains a statically linked SDL_sound which supports ogg, flac and
mp3 with or without id3tags, which means that you need only these 3
frameworks with this version :
or the old 1.2.6 hosted
here and which was used for previous version, because the latest 1.2.12
converts automatically pngs to true color which makes the color animation
of the about dialog in raine totally impossible. Your choice. Anyway, in
both cases, copy the framework to /Library/Frameworks
And finally SDL_ttf-2.0.11,
copy also the framework file to /Library/Frameworks
||OLD Raine 0.51.9, mac os x intel version, click on the picture to download|
You might also need these frameworks (place them in /Library/Frameworks) :
For SDL, you might want to try the framework on the official sdl site instead.
I know that I can have yuv overlay hardware support only with this version, it
doesn't work with the 1.2.14 from the sdl site, and I don't know why.
Release Notes :
The 1st time you run it, it will choose a windowed mode with normal blits. Yuv
overlays are disabled by default contrary to the windows and linux version
because there are some oddities in osx with overlays. It might work well on
your system though (it probably varies a lot depending on the graphics card and
the driver installed), to try them go to video options, and choose "Autodetect
: hw yuv overlays / normal blits" as the video renderer.
October 2010 : you can now turn off the osx specific overlays
workarounds, since I suspect they are not needed everywhere. These workarounds
are on by default. Go to video options to disable them. On my system when
disabling them I get a black screen when in fullscreen, and the gui menu is
covered by the game screen when returning from a game in a windowed mode, so be
If it detects hw
overlay support, you'll get a fullscreen picture of the game for any resolution
you might choose, but I had issues like :
Picture uncentered in fullscreen with a white border on the right side.
When going back to the gui in windowed mode, sometimes the menu is hidden
by the game picture ! I found that resizing the window in this case makes the
menu to appear.
There was a weird brightness to the picture, it looked like a picture from
an old video (interesting video effect, but unwanted !).
So test carefully, it shouldn't crash anyway.
Also if you want to add game screenshots or bezels (see the extra section for
that), place them in your ~/.raine directory, subdirectories screens and
artwork. This directory is hidden in the finder by default, use either the
terminal and type "cd ~/.raine" in the terminal after having run raine at least
once, or use a tool like TinkerTool to access it (directory .raine from your
This is all I can think of for now, report on the forum if you try this :) !