Alternatives to CrossOver for all platforms with any license



Indie / Classic

Other Platforms

  • Wine icon


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    Open Source Mac Linux BSD

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    Parallels Desktop

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    Commercial Mac

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    Open Source Mac Wine

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    Open Source Linux

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    Open Source Mac Linux BSD Wine

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    Vineyard is a collection of tools and libraries designed to make managing Windows programs on Linux easier.

    Open Source Linux

  • Porting Kit icon

    Porting Kit

    Install Windows Games in Mac OS X natively and easily and for free with Wineskin technology

    Free Mac

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    Commercial Mac

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    Game Drift Discontinued

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CrossOver Comments

"purchase" is for a window of time to receive updates

Comment by KillAdwareDevelopers
about CrossOver Apr 2016

Not all major versions are available in the 'purchase' window.


Great app, but....

Negative Comment by DJF3
about CrossOver and Wine, WineBottler Jan 2012

After officially purchasing a license <2 years ago I'm now facing OSX Lion incompatibility. Result: have to buy a new FULL license which costs more than before. That's how you treat existing customers who have free alternatives like Wine? Bye Crossover!