Here you will find the complete Classic Mac Games series hosted on YouTube.
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.
Classic Mac Games 41 – Exploring HyperCard, the popular multimedia authoring program by Bill Atkinson. In this video I’ve rounded up 10 interesting HyperCard games for us to check out.
Glider PRO Review & Unboxing – Classic Mac Games #40 Glider PRO was created by John Calhoun and published by Casady & Greene in 1994. Fly your paper airplane through a house and look for stars while avoiding benign household hazards. I have uploaded my the Glider Pro archive that I put together during this…
MacWars – Classic Mac Games #39 MacWars is similar to the 1983 arcade game Star Wars, and released on the Mac in a time when an official port of the arcade game wasn’t available. It features great wireframe graphics and interesting audio. Join me while I unbox and check out this buried Classic Mac Game….
Review of the late 80’s Macintosh game Spacestation Pheta.
Full playthrough of the little known but fantastic adventure game The Adventures of Sean by Andrew Tegelaar (Rancid Tomato Software).
It’s the holiday season and I wanted to bring you a game review that was Christmas related. We check out some christmas Mac applications ‘n stuff too! Hope you enjoy!
Classic Mac Games #35 In this video we check out one of the best hidden Classic Mac Games – Frankie’s Dungeon. We also take a look at the differences between Frankie’s Dungeon and the later released Creepy Castle.
Frankie’s Dungeon Gameplay – Full Playthrough Gameplay only playthrough of the 1990 Macintosh game Frankie’s Dungeon.
Creepy Castle Gameplay – Full Playthrough Gameplay only playthrough of the 1991 Macintosh game Creepy Castle.
A look at the 1987 Macintosh arcade shooter Continuum.
Review of Pararena 2.0, released in 1992 by Casady & Greene. This game was created by the always excellent John Calhoun of Soft Dorothy Software.
Classic Mac Games #32 Review of the cannabis and Pac Man inspired Mac Game HappyWeed, created in 1993 by Christopher B Council and released as shareware.
A look at the 1984 Macintosh game Airborne! by Silicon Beach Software.
Video review of the 1995 Macintosh Arcade shooter Swoop.
Classic Mac Games #29 There weren’t a lot of choices when it came to using a gamepad controller on old ADB equipped Macs. Today we are taking a look at one such device, the 1993 Gravis Mac Gamepad.
A (silly) look at Creative Edge Studios late 90’s game The Untouchable.
Back with a fun walkthrough video of the classic Uninvited for Macintosh. A simple review for this game just wouldn’t do.
Review of the 1990 stereoscopic 3D Macintosh game Stella Obscura by John Calhoun.
Reckless Drivin’ was released in 2000 by jonas echterhoff as the sequel to his 1996 Macintosh shareware game Burning Rubber.
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.
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.
Review of Glider 4 on a Macintosh SE. Glider 4 was written by John Calhoun and published by Casady & Greene in 1991. The Windows port was released in 1995.
Review of Glider+ 3 on a Macintosh SE. Glider was originally released in 1988 by John Calhoun for Soft Dorothy Software.
This is a review of Operation Tsunami on a Macintosh SE. Operation Tsunami was written by Mark Fong for Spph! Software in 1991.
Review of Lunar Phantom on a Macintosh SE. Lunar Phantom was written by Rolf (Rex) Staflin and released in 1995.
Review of Wave 15 on a Macintosh SE. Wave 15 was written by Andy Tepper in 1985 and features fun gameplay and an incredibly smooth framerate.
Review of the Gauntlet clone CyberBlast on a Macintosh SE. CyberBlast was released by Innerprise Software somewhere between 1990 – 1992.
Review of the original Lode Runner on a Macintosh SE. Lode Runner was originally created by Doug Smith, this Macintosh version was created by Glenn Axworthy and released by Broderbund in 1984.
Review of Arkanoid on a Macintosh SE. Arkanoid was released for Macintosh in 1987 by Taito.
Review of Shatterball on a Macintosh SE. Shatterball is essentially a 3D version of Breakout with some extra bonuses. It was released in 1993 by Christopher Gross.
Review of MacLanding on a Macintosh SE. MacLanding is a Defender clone from 1986 written by Avadis Tevanian.
This is a review of MacBugs! on a Macintosh SE. MacBugs! was released in 1985 by Michael Ouye “For the good of all MacKind”
Review of Grid Wars on a Macintosh SE. Grid Wars was released in 1985 and was produced by Ann Arbor Softworks.
Review of Gnop! on a Macintosh SE. Gnop! was released as freeware by the legendary Bungie software in 1990. This was Bungie’s first game.
This is a review of Pararena on a Macintosh SE. Pararena was released in 1990 by Soft Dorothy Software.
This is a review of StuntCopter on a Macintosh SE. StuntCopter was a very simple but memorable game released in 1986 by the late Duane Blehm of HomeTown Software.
Review of Faces on a Macintosh SE. Faces …Tris III is a Tetris-like game released in 1990 by Spectrum Holobyte.
This is a review of The Lawn Zapper on a Macintosh SE. The Lawn Zapper is a classic Mac game released in 1989 by Imperial Software.
This is a review of Banzai! on a Macintosh SE. Join me in front of my Macintosh SE while we take a look at Banzai! released in 1985 by Silicon Beach Software.