cvgl wrote on 2020-04-20, 14:52:
The graphics are nice, but in the browser the game works very slowly and the keys do not work. How to download this game and emu […]
The graphics are nice, but in the browser the game works very slowly and the keys do not work. How to download this game and emulator from this site? Or maybe you can download it somewhere else?
The game, I see, consists of three elements:
1. DOS Box program
2. Executor 2.0 program to run the game
3. Game files.
Executor is now officially free software. You can still grab the latest DOS version (it works fine in DOSBox) from the developer's FTP mirror (ftp.ardi.com) at archive.org. You'll need the registration code to activate it, get it here -- it was provided by the devs when Executor went freeware.
Jorpho wrote on 2020-04-20, 16:20:
In any case, Executor is not a very good Macintosh emulator and it makes no sense to run it in DOSBox. Basilisk II for Windows works much better.
Executor is the only one I know of that does not require a Mac BIOS ROM and a copy of MacOS to run. But I agree, there is probably no need to run the DOS version of Executor when you install it on your PC (the DOSBox thing was probably used by the site for the online play capability).
I believe that there is a Macintosh demo of Prince of Persia somewhere, and of PoP2 too. Those would be completely legal to distribute and play, except there's just a couple of levels though.
BTW, don't forget that there was a promotional Flash game that uses Mac PoP graphics, which was available from UbiSoft as promotion for the Sands of Time. I believe it is still accessible via the Wayback Machine MobyGames has the link).