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Mine Attack is not currently supported on MacOS, Linux, or any other platform. However, Mine Attack can run on Mac, Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD under Wine (Windows emulation tool). Mine Attack has been tested with Wine by GamesGuyTV (https://scratch.mit.edu/users/gamesguytv) with complete success. 
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Mine Attack! is not currently supported on MacOS, Linux, or any other platform. However, Mine Attack! can run on Mac, Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD under Wine (Windows emulation tool). Mine Attack! has been tested with Wine by GamesGuyTV (https://scratch.mit.edu/users/gamesguytv) with complete success. 
   
If Wine doesn't work for you then you can alternatively use Windows on Virtualbox and run Mine Attack on its emulated environment.
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If Wine doesn't work for you, then you can alternatively use Windows on Virtualbox and run Mine Attack! on its emulated environment.
   
 
== Running Mine Attack! on ChromeOS ==
 
== Running Mine Attack! on ChromeOS ==

Revision as of 04:38, December 7, 2017

Mine Attack! is not currently supported on MacOS, Linux, or any other platform. However, Mine Attack! can run on Mac, Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD under Wine (Windows emulation tool). Mine Attack! has been tested with Wine by GamesGuyTV (https://scratch.mit.edu/users/gamesguytv) with complete success. 

If Wine doesn't work for you, then you can alternatively use Windows on Virtualbox and run Mine Attack! on its emulated environment.

Running Mine Attack! on ChromeOS

(WARNING: You need to know what you're doing, since ChromeOS was never set up for this.)

To run Mine Attack! on ChromeOS, you have to access developer mode, get into the terminal, and run a command prompt to get Wine to work. Then, download Mine Attack! from the official website (https://mineattackofficial.weebly.com) and run it with Wine.

In the future, we would make a web-based version of Mine Attack! for ChromeOS.

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