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Posted: Nov 3rd 2010 5:23PM drakino said

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Good to finally see it, though well after the initial hype. I remember Smed talking about an OS X version since before launch (March 2009).

Also a shame it's using Cider instead of being native. The UI was running really slow on my Mini in OS X, works fine in Windows on the same hardware.

Posted: Nov 3rd 2010 5:41PM (Unverified) said

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Yeah that is a shame. It's to bad one of the only companies that put out a native version for osx is Blizzard. I wish more would make a native version for osx, but I know this will not happen anytime in the near future.

Posted: Nov 3rd 2010 6:59PM J Brad Hicks said

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Correct me if it's changed back, but I was under the impression that Free Realms stopped being free to play almost a year ago, switched to unlimited demo where you can't advance your character past level 5 without paying a monthly subscription?

Posted: Nov 3rd 2010 8:20PM (Unverified) said

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You are correct, sir. Except characters created before November 2009 do not have those limitations.Since then, all jobs beside Adventurer and Card Duelist are limited to level 5.
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Posted: Nov 5th 2010 4:26AM Revrant said

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I enjoyed this game, until I was banned for four days after my adult friend and I exchanged a few unseemly jokes in private chats, I then discovered that those who run the game monitor everything I do.

All the time.

For no reason.

Shut down my SOE account that day, locked it up, shame too, it was a good game, if damned by SOE.

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