Spine PS4 emulator for Mac OS (Download DMG) Play Station 4

Spine emulator for Mac

Spine emulator for Mac


Spine emulator for Mac is the first PS4 emulator to be able to launch commercial games, developed by devofspine.

A beta version has been available for some time but later, more builds got released and those ran many commercial titles in-game, now also for desktop devices compatible with Mac OS.

Spine emulator for Mac


According to its developer, it is the first publicly available PS4 emulator to be able to launch commercial games, compared to other work in progress such as Orbital.

Spinedev has chosen to keep the emulator closed source for now, to avoid seeing a spread of forks which could dilute the effort in such an early stage.

The emulator still has many bugs, but having only been in development for a little over two years, the list of titles that make it in-game is a lot bigger than you may expect.

The vast majority of the 1,000 games that were tested don’t work; about 35% of the games tested only get to the intro screen, and about 65% of them will properly get you in-game.

Spine emulator for Mac


This product is not affiliated with, nor authorized, endorsed or licensed in any way by Sony Corporation, its affiliates or subsidiaries.

Play Station game software sold separately.

All individual game screen shots or audio that are simulated by this software are property of their respective copyright holders and are only used in this app listing for the purpose of informing the customer of the software’s functionality.


At the moment, there are still limited games supported by Spine.

This restriction is applied deliberately by the developers; high graphic titles may result in the crashing of the emulator for Macbook and may cause some issues to your system.

So, until and unless these issues are not solved you will have to keep yourself content with the limited PS4 exclusive games running on your Mac OS X.

  • CPU: octa-core 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 8 GB minimim (12 GB recommended)
  • OS: OS X – 10.14 (or above)
  • Storage: 64 MB+
Spine emulator for Mac


The developer has also said that they will likely release updates more frequently from now on, so we can hopefully expect to see more news about Spine in the near future.



This software is also available on the following devices:


  • Download .dmg file
  • Click on the file to start installation
  • Click on setup icon
  • Click Open to proceed with the installation
  • Select the destination folder
  • Run the application