What does not
What was not tested
Workaround to get the music working: Convert all songs in the Music folder to mp3 and update MusicGenre.txt accordingly.
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This is a how-to I posted over on shyguy's world on installing RCT3 when you have an nvidia optimus enabled graphics card.
Posted by Sander on Friday March 2nd 2012, 18:20
MP3 background music works fine.
Convert all music in /Atari/RollerCoaster Tycoon 3/Music/ to mp3 using ffmpeg. Then replace .wma with .mp3 in MusicGenre.txt
I will post a more in depth how to tomorrow when i have time.
however i did do a quick test with summerair.wma which is the default music and it seemed to work.
Please note that improving Mac Compatibility for RCT3 is taking a back burner as this game has now been released as a native Mac application as seen here: