Reckless Drivin’ was released in 2000 by jonas echterhoff as the sequel to his 1996 Macintosh shareware game Burning Rubber.
Checking out the 2008 Macintosh game Return to Dark Castle
I recently ran across a really cheap but complete copy of this ultra-classic game Tetris. I wasn’t positive if the disks still worked or not judging by the look of the box, but when it arrived I popped it in my Macintosh SE, and sure enough – it worked perfectly. This particular copy isn’t the…
Burning rubber was an excellent game released in 1996 for 68k Macs by Jonas Echterhoff. Jonas created several really awesome games over the years, and I’ve always been a huge fan. Join me while I revisit this game from my childhood.
StarRunner was released in 1992 and was created by Tuan Huynh. It’s a Defender clone with an excellent framerate and really fast, challenging gameplay.
Fusillade was created by David Simons and released by Miles Computing in 1985. Join me as I unbox this game and review it.
Review of the Macintosh game Creepy Castle. Creepy Castle was created by Bill Appleton and released in 1991 by Reactor.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a copy of StuntCopter on one of my Macs. The game is so incredibly simple, and while there are multiple versions of this game out there, they’re all pretty much the same. In StuntCopter you pilot a helicopter and drop a stuntman into a hay-wagon….
Review of the game demo Wolves in the Woods, recorded on a Macintosh SE. Wolves in the Woods was released in 1990 by Bill Appleton, and featured voice characterizations by Dick Noel.
Review of the terrible yet strangely popular 1987 Mac game Donkey Doo.