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June 2010 - New Mac Mini - cheap(er) way to get into GameSalad development

quantumsheepquantumsheep Posts: 8,188Member
edited November -1 in Introductions
Probably the cheapest way to get into GameSalad if you don't already have a Mac!

You can find details here:

Hope that helps,


P.S. - it looks lubberly! :D

Dr. Sam Beckett never returned home...


  • peachpellenpeachpellen Posts: 977Member
    I'm hoping to have the money to buy this for my partner later in the year. (He's going the coding route, not the GS one.) ^-^;
  • 2D-Sprite-Box2D-Sprite-Box Posts: 72Member
    I actually went and bought a Mac Mini after my first 3 games were published in the App Store. It's a nice computer.
  • PhoticsPhotics Posts: 4,172Member
    Isn't the new Mac Mini $100 more?

    While I like the new HDMI port, I think I got a better value from last year's model... nothing fancy... nothing salient... (hi quantumsheep!) ...just a little box that runs GameSalad.
  • POLYGAMePOLYGAMe Posts: 3,470Member
    I bought a Mac Mini CoreSolo on eBay for $400... has 2GB RAM and runs GS sweet :) Bought a secondhand LCD for $40 too. Good little system but I don't mind upgrading if my first game sells well. LOL.
  • POLYGAMePOLYGAMe Posts: 3,470Member
    OOOOOH! I just looked at the link! It's a new one altogether! I WANT IT!
  • quantumsheepquantumsheep Posts: 8,188Member

    I know! I already have one, and I want a new one now! Damn Apple! Damn their eyes!

    QS :D

    Dr. Sam Beckett never returned home...

  • POLYGAMePOLYGAMe Posts: 3,470Member
    Oh by the way, check your email... sent you the latest version of Max Vector... with shiny new music ;)
  • reddotincreddotinc Posts: 653Member
    That mac mini looks so much nicer compared to the last one. Core 2 Duo will run GS great, but if you want to run everything at once then an i7 iMac is the dream machine 8-)
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