The World of Telara Awaits Mac & Linux!You are not in Azeroth anymore! Ever since the March 1, 2011 release of RIFT, Mac and Linux users have secretly wondered if they would be let into the World of Telara. Wonder no more dear Mac and Linux users, CodeWeavers heard your silent cries. And thus, unveils the CrossTie file for all to have. With CrossOver Games 10.1 you too can roam the Planes of Telara with your fellow Windows friends. What side will you pledge your loyalties to-the Guardians or the Defiant? What class will you choose? What role? Could it be that RIFT is the new WOW (World of Warcraft)?
There is only one way to find out. Watch how easy it is to install RIFT with our instructional video, then download the CrossOver Games trial version! If it works for you as well as it works for us, come back and purchase CrossOver Games for RIFT with our special 25% discounted offer, just for you!
How do I get RIFT to work with Crossover Games on Mac?
First, go to the RIFT website to purchase and download the RIFT game. Once you have a copy of the RIFT, watch our instructional video on how to run RIFT on Mac with CrossOver Games. When you have finished watching our short video, try CrossOver Games for free. If you like it, be sure to come back to this page to purchase CrossOver Games or CrossOver Professional at the discounted rate.
What is the difference between CrossOver Games and CrossOver Bundle?
If all you are looking to run on Mac or Linux system is RIFT and other Windows games, CrossOver games is all you need. If you are interested in running Windows office software as well as running Windows games on Mac or Linux CrossOver Bundle is for you! For more information on the difference between CrossOver Games and CrossOver Bundle click here.
If you use "WeaveMe" you can receive a 25% discount on CrossOver Bundle, our second dealcode is "Crimbo25" and it is good for a 25% discount on any CrossOver product.
Please note that RIFT may take an undesirable amount of time to install-be patient, but it is well worth the wait...