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Deus Ex

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Deus_Ex.toast_.zip (396.75 MB)
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS 9
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deus_ex_no_cd.img_.sit (68.26 KB)
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS 9
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Deus_Ex_1.0.1.sit (244.64 KB)
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
Guides on emulating older games

Deus Ex is the highly acclaimed FPS/action-RPG from the same developer as System Shock.

Note: Don't apply the 1.0.3 patch unless you plan to play online because you won't be able to configure InputSprocket any longer. If you are going to play online, backup the single-player version first.

Read more at MobyGames and Wikipedia.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

Plays in Tiger's Classic-mode, without slowing down.

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PostalDude420's picture
by PostalDude420 - 2017, February 20 - 1:48am

Hey there, I've encountered a problem with the installer, it says that it's missing DeusExConAudioAIBarks.U, and thereby installation is impossible with the download. The computer in question is a iMac G4 700Mhz lampshade running Mac OS 10.3.9. EDIT: Nevermind, there's some kind of glitch with the installer. EDIT: Turns out I tried to install the game twice! Also, the NOCD patch doesn't work!

armel h's picture
by armel h - 2016, April 29 - 1:07pm

oh... thanks for the reply, then. I wasn't aware of this limitation of SheepShaver.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, April 27 - 11:24pm

Have anyone managed to play it on SheepShaver ?

Probably not - SheepShaver does not emulate a 3D graphics GPU and games requiring a 3D card are usually unavailable to it.

Minimum requirements for play are as in the description above.

armel h's picture
by armel h - 2016, April 27 - 1:40pm

Well, it makes SheepShaver to crash during the launching - it's on a MacBook. Have anyone managed to play it on SheepShaver ?

MadMac's picture
by MadMac - 2015, September 19 - 7:10am
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This game is a real piece of art... needs a reboot using the doom 3 engine Wink (k.i.c.k.a.s.s.!)

dukzcry's picture
by dukzcry - 2012, July 31 - 5:55pm

You don't need no-cd, you just have to create a mini image with label "Deus Ex" containing just one folder "Textures" with "palettes.utx" (the file you mentioned) inside. That's enough to fool CD checking procedure. And you need to do full setup of the game, needless to say. Before to run the game you just need to mount that mini image. I've tested the game only under Classic Environment. In case of CE anything that presents itself as volume will play, a .dmg for example.

j_damage•69's picture
by j_damage•69 - 2010, November 25 - 6:04am

No need to copy anything, just mount the image and play man.

SHiNShU's picture
by SHiNShU - 2010, November 25 - 5:50am

why doesnt the game go past the 'system requirements' test then? i dont get it, i did a full install and the game still asks for the cd. do i have to keep the deus ex no cd.img mounted or am i supposed to copy it to my textures folder? because i did the latter and nothin happened.

j_damage•69's picture
by j_damage•69 - 2010, November 25 - 5:44am

Sighh its always people like you lol. You dont need to copy anything from the no-cd patch, just mount the .image and play away.

Cheers!

SHiNShU's picture
by SHiNShU - 2010, November 25 - 5:40am

its not that i'm "too cheap" as you put it, it's that i don't have a cd burner in order to burn that cd with, and that i wouldn't exactly call 687 mb "$0.03 worth of hard disk" with the way that the drive inside my mac wasnt big to begin with, let alone with different things ive found on the garden that i wouldn't dream of removin just so i can test out a game that i'm not even sure i'd like or of the probable likelihood of causin the infamous "will this unexpectedly quit or cause a freeze or a system error despite havin plenty of ram available?" problem that various programs have caused.

oh, and about the no-cd patch, i don't know what that "palettes.utx" thing is for, but i still get the "insert deus ex cd" error after copyin it to my textures folder. i thought a no-cd would be a cracked version of the program that runs without the cd, not some garbage file that doesnt help the game do squat. fyi, im still on that 'select rave or software render' screen you get when you first run the game and the only button that works is "quit". "ok" just repeats the error.

j_damage•69's picture
by j_damage•69 - 2010, November 19 - 10:17am

For everyones sake Ive added a no-cd patch.

Be greatful!

bertyboy's picture
by bertyboy - 2010, November 19 - 9:44am

I can't believe that you're too cheap to burn a $0.09 CD or use $0.03 worth of hard disk for the disc image.

I believe that there may be a Deus Ex NoCD patch in the bundle of NoCDs discussed in another thread.

SHiNShU's picture
by SHiNShU - 2010, November 18 - 11:27pm

i did a full install like i should have accordin to the readme but unlike pc games, no-cd cracks for mac are impossible to find on google. much like carmageddon, if i want to be able to play this game i end up havin to keep the bulky image present on my hd and mounted in toast or i get a stupid "insert cd" error. thats very gay, as other games like sin for example, work just fine without an image mounted.

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2009, October 2 - 6:25am

Ok, thanks, I was just wondering.

MacWise's picture
by MacWise - 2009, October 2 - 6:09am

To the best of my knowledge, SheepShaver emulates 100 MHz G4 and Deus Ex needs a 233 MHz G3 at least, so I guess not. But you can still buy the Windows version from about anywhere on the web.

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2009, October 1 - 10:02pm

Does it work welll in Emulation? (Sheepshaver)

Attila's picture
by Attila - 2009, October 1 - 9:16pm

Was just wondering if anyone had this... Great minds think alike, apparently!

MacWise's picture
by MacWise - 2009, October 1 - 5:17am
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Deus Ex is one of the best games ever simply because you decide how are you going to play. You can be like a soldier, running around with guns blazing, or like a law-enforcement agent, using non-lethal force to take down the bad guys, or like a spy, completing the mission without anybody knowing you were there. It's your choice. That's why this game is highly replayable--you can always find new ways of beating it.