Category Archives: Classic Mac

Retro Game Review – Valkyrie

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Flight simulators tend to be too realistic (complicated) or not realistic (complicated) enough. Valkyrie strikes that perfect balance for helicopter simulation much in the same way Hellcats does for airplanes. Valkyrie was developed by the late Donald A. Hill Jr., … Continue reading

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My Bookshelf

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In this picture: SyQuest 44MB drive & cart, Epson branded zip drive, Zip Disk containing BeOS, 33.6 baud modem, U.S. Robotics Palm Pilot Personal w/ cradle & manual. ‘open me’ package from Macintosh SE, Kensington mouse-in-a-box adb edition, original wacom … Continue reading

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Retro Game Review – Astro Chase 3D

I played Astro Chase 3D for the first time at the ’95 Macworld Expo and was hooked instantly. The game is a sequel to the hit Atari/C64 game, Astro Chase. The plot is simple; Mysterious aliens from parts unknown decide … Continue reading

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Spaceship Warlock

When I started reviewing old games, I decided that I would only cover games that were delivered on floppy disk. Just this one time I had to break that rule. Spaceship Warlock was an interactive movie from the 90s which … Continue reading

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Jared: The Butcher of Song

Those of us Mac users that remember System 7 will also remember a certian singing icon named Jared. Jared didn’t do much, just sing. . . badly. But that is why we loved him, go figure. Continue reading

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