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The Macintosh Fanzine (German)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
mac-disk-mag_april2019.sit (210.09 KB)
MD5: bf6ccbad8c6c6ebe3e4bdf44566e2234
For System 1 - 5 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
mac-disk-mag-mai2019.sit (88.27 KB)
MD5: 3f49c1fe4e450d498a5d988836cb7f9c
For System 1 - 5 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
mac-disk-mag-sept2019.sit (393.14 KB)
MD5: 30d1db6c079282427f4b211da2230e45
For System 1 - 5 - Mac OS 9
Guides on emulating older applications

The Macintosh Fanzine is a contemporary and still active German Macintosh fanzine distributed as a HyperCard stack that is released roughly once every 3–4 months. The fanzine puts a focus on the family of Macintosh LC computers and is intended to be read on these old Macs.

The stacks are of high quality, featuring neat b&w graphics and (sometimes) even sounds. Often a "goodie" like a freeware game or a save game is included—just like in the old days! (except this one got newly published in 2019!)

We'll add more issues when they come out!

Architecture: 68k

HyperCard player needed for playback


IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2020, September 18 - 6:44pm

Me, would like to see HyperCard itself to live on today's Macintosh models, but...

68kMac's picture
by 68kMac - 2020, September 18 - 10:03am

Hi there, i am the Maker of this little Fanzine. If you wonder, where are the other Parts - the last Issues were made as PDF-Files (created with RagTime 3 on a LC and LC III). But soon, a new Hypercard-Stack will be available. Have fun with it!

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by snes1423 - 2020, August 28 - 12:24am

the only german i know is a dead dialect of german my grandma taught me she learned it from her grandma who was a immigrant from berlin back in the 1880's she left beacuse the goverment under Bismarck was very spiteful of Catholics and my family is very strict in that area her name was bernadette maria Theresa koseki her grandfather was a general during the war with napoleon his last name was tesman at least i think that's how you spell it