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Reply 43 of 48, by filipetolhuizen

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r00tb33r wrote:
The entire catalog of Pangea Software: http://pangeasoft.net/ Games like CroMag Rally (Mario Kart type thing), Bugdom, Nanosaur […]
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The entire catalog of Pangea Software:
http://pangeasoft.net/
Games like CroMag Rally (Mario Kart type thing), Bugdom, Nanosaur (meh IMO, and was mentioned above), etc. A lot of that was ported to OS X and iOS later.

Here's one that was always stupid fun: Reckless Drivin'
http://www.jonasechterhoff.com/Reckless_Drivin.html
Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbeu2ptqya8

Reckless Drivin' is damn fun and also runs on OS X. Seems to be a mashup between the original GTA and NES Roadfighter.

Reply 44 of 48, by Stiletto

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r00tb33r wrote:
collector wrote:

Note that necroposting is frowned on here.

Looks like I have a secret admirer who's really not my type. 😐

...Is this what being stalked feels like?

Can't speak for other moderators, but I tend not to sweat it unless it's much more than 2 or maybe even 3 years...

Some threads on here are over a decade old.

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do the Fandango!" - Queen

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Reply 45 of 48, by vladstamate

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Also this is a good thread to add all the information about best OS9 games. Necroposting rules should not apply here as it is just a gathering of information.

YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7HbC_nq8t1S9l7qGYL0mTA
Collection: http://www.digiloguemuseum.com/index.html
Emulator: https://sites.google.com/site/capex86/
Raytracer: https://sites.google.com/site/opaqueraytracer/

Reply 47 of 48, by filipetolhuizen

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soviet conscript wrote:

anyone know whats different about the "enhanced" Mac version of Full Throttle? I'm guessing higher resolution?

Not only Full Throttle but every other other Mac versions of Lucasarts adventures ran at a higher resolution. The artwork, however, was still low-res, so an optional "edge-rounding" filter (something similar to Eagle/Sai) was available on all these games, with the exception of Indy3, which still contained EGA artwork only.

Reply 48 of 48, by Azarien

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Stiletto wrote:

Can't speak for other moderators, but I tend not to sweat it unless it's much more than 2 or maybe even 3 years...

It shouldn't matter how old the thread is, if it's a general thread such as this one.
Why would you want to start a new identical thread?