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For Mac OS X
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Released October 7, 2009 on Mac OS X. Removed from sale December 31, 2018 (along with Battlestations: Midway and Feral's other 32-bit only games).

Welcome to Rapture. A city where opportunity awaits those brave enough to grasp it. A city where the artist need not fear the censor. Where the scientist is not bound by petty morality. Where the great are not held back by the weak… BioShock - one of the greatest games of all time - is now on the Mac.

Set in an alternate 1960, BioShock places you in the middle of an underwater utopia gone badly wrong. With a provocative and intelligent storyline, this is a game that is alternately beautiful, thrilling, funny and frightening and always very involving. An experience that makes you think while you play.

Key features:
- BioShock has won numerous game of the year awards and is the third highest-rated PC game ever.
- Combines a clever blend of genres with a first person shooter and elements of role-playing and stealth.
- Superb visual style - An art deco world with advanced visual effects combine to create a creepily immersive environment in which players can lose themselves.
- Many more features. [Apple]

Downloads 1 to 7 - Bioshock main game - DVD version

Download 8 - Bioshock 1.0.1 update for DVD version of Bioshock only.

Download 9 - Bioshock 1.0 NoDVD

Download 10 - Bioshock 1.0.1 NoDVD

Download 11 - Bioshock 1.0.1 demo.

Download 12 - Bioshock Artbook.

Download 13 - Untouched Bioshock DVD.

When you start the game application it offers you the opportunity to update to v. 1.1.1 (released in 2011). If you accept the offer you will be unable to play the game without an original (copy protected) disc unless you can find a NoDVD for v. 1.1.1

Bioshock Remastered, requiring at least Mac OS X 10.12.5, can be purchased from the Mac App Store.

Compatibility
Architecture: x86 (Intel:Mac)

Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
1.8GHz Intel processor (2.4GHz or higher recommended)
1.5GB of RAM
128MB video RAM (512MB recommended); supports Nvidia 9400 integrated cards (does not support GMA 950 or X3100 cards)
8GB hard disk space

This game does not work on PowerPC-powered computers. It is a 32-bit only game, so it cannot run on OS X 10.15 and up.

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SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2020, January 19 - 7:19pm
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Definitely in the "horror" genre but no one used that word in description. I thought I was going to hate this, after allowing its 'attract mode' to play for hours while I was busy, and then trying the opening scene on the firey surface of the ocean. Third highest rated computer game ever, when was that vote held?? But once you get going inside the city, the appeal starts to show through. Multiple simultaneous gpu worldbending everywhere. Like an extension of the game "Prey" that my PowerPC has.

Files here worked for me, obviously. I dLed segments (because my file xfer system atm doesn't handle more than 4GB), I put in the 1.0.1 update, then the 1.0.1 k - the largest (has no SafeDisc thingy) gamefiles I've ever run at home. On my 2008 c2d 2.4GHz 2GB mem ATi x2600 and Leopard 10.5.8

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2019, November 11 - 7:51am

The disc image here is not a pristine copy of the DVD as it has the 1.0 NoDVD included on it. It would be good to have a perfect copy here also for historical reasons.

EDIT: Pristine copy is now on this page thanks to fogWraith

SolarstrikeVG's picture
by SolarstrikeVG - 2019, November 10 - 8:13pm

I might upload the full game image later as I have the files.