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  1. I am sorry, I cannot help you there. Someone with OS X will have to try. If you are adventurous you can try building from source, which is not too hard. But I would only recommend this if you have at least some basic experience with compiling.
  2. It should work. At least it was advertised as a ResidualVM feature recently: http://lostsoulsalliance.wordpress.com/2012/01/26/recent-developments-iii/
  3. I do not have a Mac (used ResidualVM under Linux), so I cannot try it out, but the following should work: 1. Download ResidualVM http://www.residualvm.org/downloads/residualvm-macosx-intel.dmg 2. Install it shomehwere (I have no idea how this works on a Mac, I think you simply open the dmsg file?) 3. Copy the Grim Fandango CDs on disk in in principle you can simply copy all files into one directory. If your CD is copy-protected you might have to use some tools http://forums.residualvm.org/viewtopic.php?t=114 4. Drop the patch into the same directory (no need to install it) http://demos.residualvm.org/patches/gfupd101.exe 5. Run ResidualVM, point it to the directory you picked, enjoy the game. I hope this works for you, I did this successfully under Linux a few month ago.
  4. The Project Update #8 text mentions that is its hard to get Grim Fandango running. Actually, it is not! Just like ScummVM for the older games there is ResidualVM (http://www.residualvm.org/) that will run Grim Fandango nicely on modern machines (including Linux etc.). In fact I just re-played Grim Fandango last year using ResidualVM, it worked like a charm.
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