That's why i believe that you need at least two or three computer systems in order to play more and more games. A game cannot run for thousand of reasons. Some examples:
Rex Nebular: it runs only when 32bit addressing mode at the memory panel is disabled. This cannot be changed on PowerPC systems. So you need only Motorola Macintosh with older version than Mac OS 8. The game runs only on my Macintosh LC475.
I Have no mouth and i must scream: The game doesn't run on Mac OS 8.6 and up. I have tried it on the Performa 6116CD, G3 and G4.
Simon the Sorcerer 2: It runs only on Mac OS 8.6 and up. I have never managed to run it on Mac OS 8.1.
Lost in Time: It runs only on Mac OS 7. It doesn't run on Mac os 8.0 and up.
Goblins 1, 3: The same as Lost in Time. Goblins 2 has support for Mac OS 8.0
- Macintosh LC475, Powerbook 540c, Macintosh Performa 6116CD, Power Macintosh G3 Minitower (x2), Imac G3, Powermac G4 MDD, Powermac G5, Imac Mid 2007
- Cyrix 120+ Dos/Win95 PC
- Amiga 500, Amiga 1200
- Roland MT32, CM64, CM500, SC55, SC88, Yamaha MU50