2020-08-15 22:48:24
Support for MacOS Catalina

Since Apple dropped support for running 32-bit applications, here's an updated version for Mac users!aHR0cHM6Ly8xZHJ2Lm1zL3UvcyFBa3BUd3JXck4wUE9nWmdMZjhWS1dkajk5UzRFVmc_ZT1peWc4ZW0/root/content

Date added: 2017-12-31 08:41:34
2017-12-31 08:40:21
Beta Release

A Jedi Knight Utility for connecting to a community server that will allow players to easily find and connect to games without the need to share IP address or to forward ports.

2017-10-07 21:36:38
UPnP support update for JK Mac OS X

No more need to port forward. JK Mac OS X now has UPnP support. This means that if UPnP is supported on your router, you no longer need to mess around with forwarding your ports. The only caveat to this is hosting. The DirectPlay Server Helper port (47624) still needs to be forwarded to your machine for hosting, but not joining. Download link is the same:

2017-08-22 23:15:28
New bundled app

A few people have found that getting up and running with Jedi Knight on macOS was a bit tedious using the bash scripts previously referred to. As a result, I've decided to bundle the program into a native macOS application. The app bundle is zipped up in the downloads. It should run with Mac OS X 10.8 and higher but I've only tested it as low as Yosemite. The opening launcher executable (Jedi.exe) was replaced, creating an interface to manage previous Jedi knight executables and their associated DLLs, disk management, and applying modifications, although it is a quick and dirty project, nothing like JKPatch Commander, just gets the simple job done.

Download Zip file here:

JK Mac OS X - Launcher
Same window. More practical buttons.
Date added: 2017-08-22 23:14:02
JK Mac OS X - New Wine
Should be able to see the games better now.
Date added: 2017-01-27 05:38:50
JK Mac OS X - Old wine
Not nice looking
Date added: 2017-01-27 05:38:13
2017-01-27 05:36:14
Natural look and feel

Finally fixed a few issues with Jedi Knight for Mac. Plays nicely