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Does Baldur's Gate II install on an intel mac running 10.5.7?

My original BGII disc 1 is damaged. I don't want to replace it if I can't play anyhow. I'm also interested in IceWind Dale and Neverwinter Nights. Do any of these play on the intel macs?
    If they do play, can you offer any advice on how to find a new disc to replace my faulty one?

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There's currently no reports of BG2 not working on the new updates of OSX

So it "should" work. Providing your mac is above the original system requirements the game suggests.

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