I'll start by saying that YES I want to go on with my FM2015 team and not play a newer release, thanks.
I have a Mac and since I while back my Football Manager 2015 won't play there because of mac Updates. I downloaded a trial version of Parrallels and the game played without any problems whatsoever, sweet. But the trial is over and to buy Parallels costs a fortune, so I tried other solutions to run PC games on my Mac.
So I've downloaded Crossover and installed Steam without problem. I can start Steam and install Football Manager, but when I try to run it, nothing happens at all...the only available option is to click "Stop" and then it says that Football Manager is shutting down.
What am I doing wrong?
Posted 2022-09-14 06:13
· edited by Joachim on 2022-09-14 06:14
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