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How to run Classic (pre OS X) apps on Intel Macs
Authored by: squirri on May 17, '06 08:54:05AM

Lots of old Ambrosia software games!
Maelstrom, Escape Velocity, Mars Rising, Apeiron

I can't cope with all this Doom stuff!



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How to run Classic (pre OS X) apps on Intel Macs
Authored by: terceiro on May 17, '06 01:45:58PM

Indeed. I'm still occasionally playing Fool's Errand and the original Myst. Except for that, I can't remember the last time I used Classic to actually accomplish anything.



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How to run Classic (pre OS X) apps on Intel Macs
Authored by: RickoKid on May 17, '06 02:06:33PM
There are Mac OS X versions of a few of those games I think - Maelstrom certainly, and Apeiron too I think.

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Future Cop
Authored by: melvinwalker on May 18, '06 09:21:09AM

Yeah, games are about all I ever run in Classic, too!

I still run Civilization 2 (sue me, that's the version I like!), and I just get a hankerin' to run Future Cop sometimes, which was a kick-butt game that never got the marketing it deserved. It even came out for the Mac before the PC (in 1998!).

Neither of these games, AFAIK, will ever be updated to OS X. As long as I can play these games, I will, 'cause they're great games, so why all the hate about those of us who still keep a copy of Classic around?



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How to run Classic (pre OS X) apps on Intel Macs
Authored by: GaelicWizard on May 22, '06 11:06:16AM

SimTower. :-D

JP

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