Yes!! You can install and run the Windows Civ3 Editors on your Intel Mac. Here's how. The short version: The Windows editors are included in the patch installers for the Windows version of vanilla, PtW and C3C. so you don't need to buy Civ3 for Windows. you *do* need copies of Parallels and Windows. I haven't found a way to get this to work with Crossover as the patch installer fails. Maybe someone can solve that mystery? You can download a patch and install it in a Windows virtual machine running in Parallels. You then set up the Windows Registry so that the editor knows where to find all the files in your Mac Civ3 installation. I used an adaptation of my Civ3 Crash Dummy approach to help with this - see this thread for the previous implementation. Once you have this set up you can run the editor in your Windows VM to create maps, new civs, new units etc .... Thanks go to Gyathaar for suggesting this option and providing the necessary registry key details. More details: You will need: - A Mac with an Intel CPU - Parallels Desktop for Mac - A copy of a Windows OS. - One or more of the Windows Civ3 Patches Set up Parallels Parallels Desktop for Mac is a new piece of software to allow you to run a copy of Windows - anything from Windows 3.1 to XP - in a window on your Intel Mac. Note that they are still ironing out some wrinkles in support for the new Core 2 Duo Macs. It seems to be flaky with more than 2 GBytes of RAM, but I'm sure they'll fix it real soon. I had no problems on my 2 GByte Mac Pro. Install Parallels and create a Windows virtual machine. I used an old Windows 98se CD from a now-defunct old PC. See my previous thread for the gory details. Get a Windows Civ3 Editor The Windows Civ3 editors are available in the patch files listed here. Here are the versions I used for testing: C3C: Conquests v1.22 Full Patch (All languages, 24.3 MB) PtW: Play the World Patch US v1.27f(11.21 MB) Vanilla (suitable for MacSoft v1.29b2): Civilization III Patch v1.29f (9.9 MB) Run the installer in the Windows VM and tell it to install into a dummy folder created somewhere like My Documents. Repeat for each editor you want to be able to use. Make a Civ3 file structure I built a dummy folder containing links to the actual files and folders on my Mac system. It looks like this, where the aliases link according to the arrows: Network Windows to your Mac To avoid repetition, please see the details in this post and a subsequent one. I decided to map my Mac's Home directory as the Windows Z: drive this time around, to make it simple to define registry keys to link to the above Civ3 Dummy folder. Edit the Windows Registry The following script worked for me. Paste it into a text file and save it somewhere you can see it from Windows, in a file called Civ3.reg Code: REGEDIT4 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Infogrames] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Infogrames\Civ3PTW] "Install_Path"="Z:\\Documents\\Civ3Dummy\\Civ3PTW" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Infogrames\Conquests] "Install_Path"="Z:\\Documents\\Civ3Dummy\\Conquests" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Infogrames Interactive] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Infogrames Interactive\Civilization III] "Install_Path"="Z:\\Documents\\Civ3Dummy" Make sure there are blank lines between the script lines, and one blank line at the end. Double click this file in Windows and it should ask for confirmation and then apply the edits to the registry. You should now be able to launch the Civ3 Editor in Windows. It took a little while to start up on my system, so don't assume there's a problem if you don't see anything happen straight away. Let me know if it works for you. Have fun.