This refers to the OS that came after the Classic Mac OS -- first known as Mac OS X, later known as OS X, now known as macOS. We do not support Oni for the Classic Mac OS (OS 9 and earlier), so you can assume that all Mac users are in a Unix-based OS which allows mod install methods such as running .sh (bash) scripts and using Mono to run Windows .NET apps such as OniSplit.exe (though you should keep in mind that Mono is not built-in and needs to be installed by the user).
The Oni game application, built for Intel Macs. Requires Mac OS X 10.7 or above.
Last update: Dec. 31, 2015.
(If you are in 10.6 Snow Leopard, you should install the "Oni game app (10.6)" package that is found under the Tools menu in the AE Installer, or download the app for 10.6 directly from http://mods.oni2.net/node/319.)
The Oni game application for Intel Macs running Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. This app is not intended for OS X 10.7 or above, and will not run at all in OS X 10.10 or above. In 10.7 or above, you should use Oni 1.2, found here: http://mods.oni2.net/node/320.
This is a simple ZIP file which you install yourself. The package version meant to be downloaded through the Anniversary Edition Installer is here: http://mods.oni2.net/node/316.
Converted from the PS2 version of Oni, these are the highest-quality versions of intro and outro available. Frame rate is 30fps (instead of 15fps in Win/Mac Oni) and quality is somewhat higher, mainly for intro.
The Oni game application for Intel Macs running Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. This app is not intended for OS X 10.7 or above, and will not run at all in OS X 10.10 or above. In 10.7 or above, you should use the game app that is installed by the Anniversary Edition (http://mods.oni2.net/node/75) automatically, or download the app for 10.7+ directly from here: http://mods.oni2.net/node/320.
When Oni's demo was first released in 2000, it was only for Windows, and contained levels 1 and 2. Bungie then changed their minds and began packaging the demo with levels 1 and 4. After this, the demo came out for Mac OS, with the second combination of levels 1 and 4. This file will allow you to add level 2 into the Mac demo to experience all three of the levels which were released for the Windows demo.
The Oni game application, built for Intel Macs. Requires Mac OS X 10.7 or above. If you are in 10.6 Snow Leopard, you should install the Oni Game App for 10.6 that is found under the Tools menu in the AE Installer or download it directly from here: http://mods.oni2.net/node/319.
- Kojiro Editor 1.0 -
The aim of Kojiro (Editor) is to make the XML editing process easier, faster and more efficient. Kojiro's workflow is simple: load a XML or ONI file (wich is converted automatically to XML), travel through the nodes using the list on the left and the right-click menu (or buttons at the top), edit the desired nodes' names, values and attributes, optionally add and remove nodes, and save the file as a XML or ONI. When editing large files or comparing some files' nodes, it is also very useful.
Known Bugs and Issues
OniLib is a visual editor that works on Oni's .dat files, reading the resources inside them and offering a customized interface for editing the individual types. It currently edits:
as well as allowing one to edit Oni's saved game file, persist.dat (Intel format only). It runs on Intel and PPC Macs.
OniLib uses Sparkle to automatically check for and apply updates when they are released.