Tiger and Snow Leopard on the same Mac

I need to use some Apps that are Tiger only and so I thought to install Tiger on my MBP using a virtualization software. What would you recommend? VMWare Fusion? Parallels? Any other?
Thank you!

Advanced User wrote:
ah... then
Is there a way to RUN TIGER on my MBP? Anyone?
NO. if you want to run tiger you'll need an older mac. there is NO way to run it on your MBP.
Thanks
Message was edited by: V.K.

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