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Retro Systems General
Retro Systems General Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)03:01 UTC+1 No.1790883 Report

I have the system, what should I play?
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Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)03:49 UTC+1 No.1791026 Report

>>1790883
Go to the Macintosh garden website and see what they have.

I personally can't give any recommendations for OS 9 or previous, as my classic machine is a PPC emac running 10.4.

If you are running 7 you should be ok. If you are running 9, that is ideal. There are a shit ton of classics that you can download for 9.

Exactly what type of mac do you have?
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Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)04:36 UTC+1 No.1791139 Report
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Play the old games in the...
Play the old games in the MacVenture series, which consists of:
Deja Vu: a Nightmare Comes True (1985)
Uninvited (1986)
Shadowgate (1987)
Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas (1988)
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Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)05:52 UTC+1 No.1791401 Report

How does Mac compatibility work? I've got an Imac G3 and Ibook G3 running Os 9.2.2, would that work for older mac games? All I have right now to test them with is Doom.
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Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)06:12 UTC+1 No.1791445 Report

>>1791401
If the developer stuck to documented guidelines, it should be compatible.
Some 128k Mac games would still run under OSX
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Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)09:40 UTC+1 No.1792010 Report

>>1791139
oh interesting, I never knew those games were from MAC development. I only played the NES and GBC versions of those games.
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Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)09:44 UTC+1 No.1792014 Report

>>1792010
There's PC versions that have color. I prefer the computer versions because you've got a mouse to work with the cursor rather than a controller and the games have a neat interface where you drag the objects into your inventory where you can further interact with them, like open the pockets on a coat, open a wallet, etc. I sort of wish other adventure games had adopted a similar type of system.
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Anonymous 07/22/14(Tue)10:08 UTC+1 No.1792061 Report

Glider
Spacestation Pheta
Airborne
Crystal Quest
The Incredible Machine
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