Classic Mac Games 43 – Cap’n Magneto is a 1985 action adventure game which did away with typing in commands on the keyboard in favor of using the mouse for all of the controls. Features an amazing game world where every creature reacts differently. Help Cap’n Magneto retrieve the Crown of Control, defeat the Menturg,…
Today we’re checking out a fun ROM hack from 2005. It’s a levels and graphics hack that I found enjoyable to play through. In this video I give you my thoughts about this hack, and show you what’s good about it.
Everyone knows Bungie. Not everyone knows what their original games were like. In this video, I’ll give you an overview of the major events of the company and the release of their first 5 titles. The games from a time when Bungie was an exclusive Macintosh game developer.
I’ve never played a Game Boy ROM hack until now, so it was a pleasure to play through Super Super Mario Land – a ROM hack of the original Super Mario Land by Nintendo. In this video I take you through a brief tour of the levels in this game and give you my thoughts…
Today I’m talking about Super Mario Bros Special for the Sharp X1 and NEC PC-88 series of home computers. This is an official release of Super Mario Bros that has not been re-released, most likely due to the difficult controls, challenging levels, and limited colors. In this video I talk a bit about the history,…
Searching for the mysterious portal in the 1986 MacVenture game Uninvited.
Hang out with me for a bit to play some of a fresh Super Mario Bros ROM hack called Mario’s Keep.
Today I’m talking about the mid 80’s shareware Roguelike game for Mac called The Dungeon of Doom. I talk a bit about the history of this game and explain how it works.
Today we’re taking a look at a MacVenture inspired point and click adventure game from SuckerFree games. This game was inspired by the NES versions of Shadowgate, Uninvited, and Déjà Vu. This one is available for PC/Mac/Linux for $3 on Steam.
Hang out with me for a bit while we check out this weird Game Genie code. This code messes with the physics in the game and other crazy stuff. It’s a fun one!