The BeamNG.drive installer is 32-bit only, so you will need to have a 32-bit version of Windows installed. If you have a 64-bit version of Windows you can still install BeamNG Drive but you will need to run it in compatibility mode.
Step Two: If you are prompted to restart your Mac after installation, just click on Restart now and the game will start up after the restart. If you are not prompted, go to the Applications folder, look for the BeamNG.Drive application, and double-click on it. The game will start.
The original build of BeamNG Drive is a standalone executable. The -standalone-build does not work with Crossover for OSX, but the -crossover-build does work. To install BeamNG Drive, simply double-click on the BeamNG drive.exe (or your preferred method). The installation should be straightforward and should have no problems for you. When you launch the game, you should get the BeamNG. Drive splash screen. If for some reason you get a black screen, try restarting your computer.
If you do not want to purchase BeamNG.Drive, it is free and you can download it below. Since it is free, you can try the game out and see how it works without worrying about being charged too much for it. You can also re-download the game should you decide to purchase it.
Once you have properties open you will need to select the compatibility tab and then select 'Run this game in compatibility mode for Windows XP' (or whatever your Windows version is). This should download the BeamNG version of the game as you can see below.
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