Virtual Programming (company)

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Virtual Programming Ltd
Industry Video games
Founded 2000
Headquarters Bournemouth, UK
Area served
Key people
Mark Hinton (CEO / Director) Paul Lesurf (Director)
Products Games for OS X and Linux
Owner Mark Hinton Paul Lesurf
Website Virtual Programming

Virtual Programming is a video game publisher for OS X and Linux.

Virtual Programming has worked with publishers such as Square Enix, 2K Games, Epic, Codemasters, Techland and CD Projekt Red.[1] Virtual Programming sources games from these publishers for porting to and publishing on the Mac and Linux platforms.

The company's macOS titles are available in the Mac App Store and via their own distribution channel, deliver2mac.[2] In May 2014, they released their first Linux port, Witcher 2, using a proprietary technology called eON.[3]





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