World of Warcraft, which was released in 2004, has become a worldwide phenomenon where millions of players compete and collaborate through game servers located around the world. It is an online multiplayer role-playing game in which users can create a custom character, specify their character and profession, and then explore a fantasy world populated by mythical monsters. You must collect treasure and new equipment, as well as perform searches to gain experience. It allows you to participate in adventures with other players or fight with them.
This trial version does not require any purchase commitment from the user, you can stop playing after 10 days without any charge or buy a definitive account to play online. The demo version comes right after Blizzard announced the release of the game’s first expansion (The Burning Crusade), which will be released in mid-January 2007.
The minimum requirements for the game to work properly are: Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher, 512 MB of RAM, processor over 933 MHz and 3-D accelerated graphics card (Nvidia GeForce2 MX, ATI Radeon 8500 or higher models ).