4) Download the "M3OSX1.sit" file from the same site. Extract the Myst 3 OS X and Bink Carbon Library files from the M3OSX1.sit file. Then place them in the Myst 3 folder. You can delete the original Myst 3 Exile (US) and the Bink Shared Library, as they are no longer needed to run in OS X.
If you have a dual-CPU Mac, I have found that one CPU needs to be turned off, to avoid breaks in the audio about every second or so. Running on only one CPU, Exile plays fine.
Oops, Sorry....I spoke too soon. I left disk 2 in the drive when testing, once disk 2 is out the game asks for disk 2. I copied ALL the files (now looks different from the picture) from each disk into the corresponding "EXILE Disk" folder.
What have I missed?
My Myst III Exile folder looks like this (showing hidden files):
Bink Carbon Library
EXILE Disc 1
EXILE Disc 2
EXILE Disc 3
EXILE Disc 4
Myst3 Exile Prefs
Myst3 OS X US
Each EXILE Disc x folder has:
If the M3Data folder is not there the program crashes.
Just to make sure I am on the right page, I am running:
MacBook Pro 17
Mac OS X 10.5.7
2.66GHz intel core 2 duo
If I show invisible files, my Myst III Exile folder looks mostly like yours, except that each of my Disc x folders has only a ".DS Store" file, and no "Desktop DB" or "Desktop DF" file, nor does it contain "TheVolumeSettingsFolder."
My system is a PPC 2.7 GHz dual CPU G5 running Mac OS X v10.4.11.