Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine

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Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine
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Developers
Pocketwatch Games
Publishers
Humble Games
Release dates
macOS July 3, 2013
Reception
Metacritic 83
IGDB 86
Resources
PCGamingWiki
Codeweavers
WineHQ
Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine on HowLongToBeat
Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine on IGDB
Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine on MobyGames
Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine on Wikipedia

macOS Compatibility

Method Rating Notes
Rosetta 2 Unplayable Application is 32bit, and macOS has been removed from supported platforms on the Steam store page[1].
Compatibility layer
CrossOver Playable 'Runs Well' according to Codeweavers database[2].
Wine Unknown
Virtualization
Parallels Perfect Whatever resolution you choose, Monaco always seems to run in native res, so some fiddling with Windows scaling settings is needed to get it looking satisfactory.[3].

Availability[edit]

See PCGamingWiki for Windows and/or Linux availability.

References

  1. Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine on Steam - last accessed on 2022-06-09
    "Available of Windows and Linux"
  2. Monaco: What's Yours is Mine, CodeWeavers Compatibility Database - last accessed on 2022-06-09
    "Runs Well, Last Tested: 21.1.0"
  3. Verified by User:Somnolentsurfer on 2022-06-09
    Device: MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2021), 32 Core M1 Max, 32GB RAM
    OS: macOS 12.4
    Method: Windows 11 Insider on Parallels Desktop 17.4.1
    Store: Steam
    Resolution: Native
    Settings: High
    Framerate: 77 FPS
    Comment: Tested through to end of first level in single player. I went with with Windows system scaling at 200%, then 'Override High DPI scaling behaviour' in compatibility properties set to 'System (Enhanced)'.