In 2009, Presto Studios released a 10th Anniversary Edition of the game for Mac OS X. It includes the enhanced graphics from the original DVD version for Windows and features an extra Easter egg. The game was only Carbonized (meaning it is not Intel Mac native) as the company who made the game's 360° VR rendering engine, that was written with PowerPC code, had gone out of business. Add
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From May 1998 onward a DVD version of The Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time was bundled alongside the first Apple PowerBook laptops (G3 series) to feature a DVD-ROM drive. Unlike the Windows DVD that would be released in September of that same year, the Macintosh version did not feature remastered graphics and video (visual comparison), and instead was identical to the CD-ROM version, albeit on a single disk in order to eliminate disk swapping. This raised the minimum required operating system for the game from OS 7.5 to MacOS 8.1.
A proper DVD version of the game was eventually released on the Macintosh in October of 2009, with the release of the 10th Anniversary Edition, which was OS X compatible and featured the previous upgrades, as well as other additions. Add