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  1. Video demonstration of Apple's A/UX 2 operating system

    Video demonstration of Apple's A/UX 2 operating system

    In 1990, Apple produced a presentation for demonstrating Apple's A/UX 2.0 operating system. The OS allowed Mac Users to use Mac OS System 7 and Unix in the same environment. It didn't come cheap though, the first version launched in 1988 came in at a whopping $8,597! YouTuber, Mr. Fahrenheit...
  2. Missing an apple on your Clamshell G3 iBook? Kemze has you covered

    Missing an apple on your Clamshell G3 iBook? Kemze has you covered

    If the coloured Apple logo on your Clamshell iBook Mac has gone astray, then fear no more. Etsy-seller, kemze has recreated handmade replacement apples and leaves from resin. Kemze says: "The logos are casted in resin. Due to the handmade nature, I cannot guarantee a perfect end product. There...
  3. Ramokromok

    Upcoming Books: Shareware Heroes, Video Games that saved my life, The Games that Weren’t

    Here are three upcoming books that may be of interest to retro gamers – two of them are being funded by crowdfunding, so take action if they interest you. Shareware Heroes Shareware Heroes: Independent Games at the Dawn of the Internet takes readers on a journey, from the beginnings of the...
  4. Escape Velocity remake, ‘Cosmic Frontier: Override’ gets Kickstarter launch

    Escape Velocity remake, ‘Cosmic Frontier: Override’ gets Kickstarter launch

    Fans of Macintosh shareware game, Escape Velocity Override, now have the opportunity to back the remake of the game on Kickstarter (see our previous report here). Like the original, the new version – entitled Cosmic Frontier: Override, is a single-player space trading game with missions...
  5. Interview: Marjory Kaptanoglu, author of the Macintosh System 7.5 Jigsaw App

    Interview: Marjory Kaptanoglu, author of the Macintosh System 7.5 Jigsaw App

    The Macintosh was never really a gaming machine. Sure, there was the big hits like Marathon, Escape Velocity or Myst – the must-have games for Classic Macintosh owners – but there was one game that was probably played by more users of Macintosh System 7.5 than any other: Jigsaw Puzzle. Jigsaw...
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