100 days. It’s been 100 days now since my last episode of the Classic Mac Gameplays show, and as sad as it is for me to call it quits for that show, it brings a huge sense of relief with it. You see, I have a tendency to take on more than I can handle, and at times it gets overwhelming to the point where I want to do so much that I end up doing nothing. I had 3 online video series that I have been trying to keep up with: Classic Mac Games, Classic Mac Gameplays, and Killgruz Videos (my everything else videos), and realistically at this point in time I think I can only handle one at a time, and I choose Killgruz Videos.
The past couple of weeks I’ve done a lot of thinking about Classic Mac Gameplays, and I’ve decided to call it quits with that show, and stuff my Classic Mac Games show deep into the closet for now. These two shows limit me to only reviewing/talking about Macintosh games (and let’s be honest, they aren’t exceptionally interesting. I think most of what was interesting about my CMG videos of these games was me), and stifles my potential creativity too much to be anything that I can further produce at this time.
I have ideas. Lots of them. None of these ideas revolve around Macintosh. As a matter of fact, I’ve been growing very far away from Apple over the past year, and I’m not even sure if I’d go as far as to call myself a fan of their Macintosh computers anymore. Personally I feel Apple is headed in the wrong direction with their OS X operating system, but this is beside the point. I’m tired of making the Anti-gaming computer a gaming computer.
So with this announcement I have officially closed the doors of ClassicMacGames.com, and the associated Twitter and YouTube accounts. I will eventually put the 21 videos up here on this website at some point, but will not be producing more of them.
Bottom line – TL;DR – Bye-bye Macintosh games, hello everything else.