Quote from Ponco on the 4th of May 2012:
As a Mac and Windows user for the better part of 5 years, I can say they both have
advantages (first mistake) and disadvantages.
Debatable, but personally I see OSX as the best operating system - it is UNIX with a cute UI. It is impractical (read: SHITHOUSE) for development and professional gaming, however,
it excels with creative based tasks such as graphic design and web design the same programs are available on both windows and macOS - the OS is designed for aesthetics and it complements these tasks. the look of the os has nothing to do with the programs running on it, i.e. that's bullshit
As for the hardware, lets face it, you're paying for the brand - Apple is a software company, they use other companies hardware, stick it all in a bunch of
very good looking aluminium (lian li, fractal and corsair just to name a few case brands that have great looking cases for cheaper) and put an Apple logo on it. Upset over this? Fuck off (I know that's apple's attitude toward every customer complaint, including the fact you can cover your iphone aerial with your hand and it wont work, but that doesn't make it a valid argument), that is capitalism (no, that's called immaturity and customer negligence) and business at its best (actually it's not, their brand image and marketing just happen to cover up the fact they have the less impressive product). If it weren't for "markup", our capitalist society wouldn't exist (apart from the fact you don't understand the words you're using, you can quite easily build a standard computer and put macOS on it for FAR cheaper than buying one from apple, so this whole line is illogical and meaningless)...
If you don't like it, don't pay for it - simple as that. (this truism doesn't really support your position, its inclusion is unnecessary)
In its 500th iteration and still riddled with issues (and macOS isn't? What about the way everything is hidden and the interface is counterintuitive? How about the fact it's not compatible with as many programs or the outright lies about macs never breaking down or getting viruses?) - not to mention the MS sys admin's attitude towards problems that always shits me: "You should all use windows, you shouldn't be allowed to use Mac or an iPhone!" (that's some hypocritical bullshit right there)
All in all, I love Windows for gaming and development, Windows 7 is clean, crisp and gets the job done. I also like the fact that there are no license agreements restricting what hardware it can be used on lol
(OSX: the reason it "just works" is because Apple don't have to account for every different type of hardware available) (actually it doesn't, macs break down and refuse to work under some circumstances as well).
OP: Install Windows 7 using the Bootcamp Utility (Applications/Utilities/Bootcamp.app) and play your Windows game that way.
In answer to your question, no, there are no applications that can port game engines on the fly.
It's hard to take your post seriously when there's so much wrong with it, but then again this is the usual apple fan bullshit.