MacJesus, Your Personal Savior On A Floppy Disk

Sometimes you come across a piece of software from Times Of Yore that really makes you stop and boggle at the insanity of it. And MacJesus is one of those games! This will just be a quick article but I had to share it with the world, as it’s just too whacky not to! MacJesus...

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Three absolute classics

There’s good retro games, and then there’s absolutely fantastic retro games! And we’ve got some of those playable in-browser for you right now! It’s time to start exploring some of the work I’ve been doing at the Internet Archive’s Macintosh Library. The library has hit 100 items now, many of which are games. The Macintosh has...

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Vintage Mac at home and in the office

When your vintage Mac hobby has taken over your home, what do you do? Bring it into your place of work, too! That’s what I did earlier this week, when I set up a G4 iMac with OS9.2.2 installed on my office desk. So, my productivity’s going to go down the toilet, right? Probably. The...

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Yesterday was a Good Day

What a day yesterday was! Made a couple of super-hot items for the Internet Archive Macintosh emulator and then launched a Patreon for vintageapplemac.com! First, the emulator items; The Manhole, a HyperCard-based game by Myst creators the Miller brothers, and the first 100 HyperCard issues of TidBITS.   All seemed to have gone swimmingly, with...

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Game on!

It’s been a busy time lately  on the vintage Macintosh front for me, with a few projects ticking over. In particular, the work I’m doing with the Internet Archive’s Mac software library has been great fun and very productive! I’ve written about this project in previous entries but, in short, the Internet Archive can now emulate...

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