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Yeah, the readme for the upload here, v1.0.3 describes it as uncrippled shareware, called Original Mazeworld, released when Mazeworld Catacombs was released.

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This would be nice to have. I think you could class it as a game but it's mostly non-interactive.

Shining Flower: Hikaruhana.

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I have "Fisher-Price: Pirate Ship" on my Mediafire archive, which can be found here:http://www.mediafire.com/?y94cy798aej88es

Please re-upload if adding to the Macintosh Garden. Eventually I'll make my Mediafire archive public.

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I have seen a bunch of posts about after dark but there are no files here for it I can find. Was it taking too much room or did it never get uploaded?

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Seams that Sim Farm, Sim Ant and Sim Life, Sim Copter are no longer developed or sold.....it would be safe to say the EA is only IP mongering to something it no longer develops. Any new versions of Sim Ant come out?

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Macintosh Garden can't host EA games (or games by acquired companies, like Maxis). Sorry.

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I would like to see Muppet Math and Muppetville for Mac uploaded onto Macintosh Garden!

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I would love to see the ORIGINAL Castle Wolfenstein and Beyond Castle Wolfenstein games for the Apple II

Havent had a chance to try these out yet

http://www.myabandonware.com/game/castle-wolfenstein-3l

http://www.myabandonware.com/game/beyond-castle-wolfenstein-3f

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Try http://www.virtualapple.org/ to see & play the original Apple II games.

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How Things Work In Busytown would be awesome.

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Golden Immortal came out in 1991. According to http://www.adventurepoint.co.uk/#/golden-immortal/4526661345 there was a Mac as well as a DOS version. Would be good to have it here, but I suspect it is quite rare. If you do find a Mac version (there is a DOS version on Adventure Legends) please image the disk as a bin/cue pair to capture both game and audio partitions.

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Some titles coming right now in my mind and i would love to see uploaded on Macintosh Garden are Maniac Mansion, Inherit the Earth and Simon the Sorcerer.

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I own Inherit the Earth (english Mac version) original CD-ROM with manual,
but I've not uploaded it yet because "Home Of the Underdogs" removed its PC download
when Wyrmkeep re-created the game for current systems (Windows XP/Mac OS X) .

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Here are some I am looking for:

Blue Ice
Shining Flower (Hikaruhana)
Drowned God - Conspiracy of the Ages
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Golden Immortal

Don't be caught if you see Blue Ice for sale as a Mac/PC disk...it is not a hybrid as I discovered. A Mac version of the game was produced, but copies are difficult to find.

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I can assist you with the Mac version of 'Blue Ice'. Will be back with an upload. Wink

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That would be great, SwedeBear . Thank you.

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Shining Flower (Hikaruhana) is in this Missouri library. So if anyone lives near there, maybe you could go to the library with a laptop and make a Toast image of the CD...and then upload it here.

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Other titles: Lost in Time by coctel vision (english version), I have no mouth and i must scream, Hell a Cyberpunk Thriller.

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@Dimitris1980

----- I have no mouth and i must scream------

I bought this off ebay about 6 months ago but have not been game to upload it due to the reputed litigious nature of H.E. But it is most definitely abandonware despite this. It is possible that you might find an obscure link to something seemingly unrelated in the chat on the game page sometime in the next week.

Edit: No...decided not to do it.

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Here are some more that I am looking for...there are mac versions for each of these.

Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin
Midnight Stranger
Seven Games of the Soul (aka Faust 1)

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How about Star Trek Elite Force II? It's hard to find, and when you can it's really expensive.

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The Game of Life (Hasbro- 1998 version)
RollerCoaster Tycoon: Corkscrew Follies (Hasbro-1999 version)

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Here is another two I am looking for:

Targhan (published in 1991 for Macintosh by Silmarils)

The Secrets Of Alamut (published in 2001 by Arxel Tribe)

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SimCopter was available for Mac?

I've said before that they really should do a SimCopter 2. A *real* version 2, not a lousy port of Battlefield 4 or something.

I have the PC version, and it's a copy protected CD. The "cracked" version you find around the web doesn't have music, radio DJ, intro "videos", and other shortcomings.

Oh, awhile back, I downloaded Carl Olsterwald's entire Bolo map collection. Can't remember where the source was but I'm thinking I should make a little Bolo package to toss on up here. The archive alone is 25MiB, add BMapEdit 4.0 and all that stuff like aIndy and so on and it comes to about 30-ish MiB.

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Anyone have Muppets games? i remember i had 3 of them one was some kind off math game which i was very rare that i launched xD (always got an error) Then there were two others were you had to give elmo different gingerbreads with different emotions (shocked, angry, sad, happy) And more, Anyone that have it could be very very nice and upload it.

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Okay ill say this, its a swedish game so no one will probably have it, krakel spektakel den galna dammsugaren.

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Ah, got a Krakel Spektakel somewhere in the basement. Can't remember which one though. I'll take a trip down and have a look during this weekend.

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Wow, thanks Smile Have you found it yet?

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Ah, sorry! Sad Been moving workspace. I'll check it next coming days. Honestly!

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Ok; so what I came up with are 'Krakels ABC Storm över allemansland' and 'Mera Krakel'. It's not the same title you mentioned but on the convolute of 'Mera Krakel' there's a vacume cleaner at least.

Hmm, according to WikiPedia there's no title 'Mera Krakel' but LIBRIS and Stockholm Library shows the title.

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I found Storybook Weaver (demo) on an Amazon Trail CD that is both Windows and Mac Compatible. Will be uploaded shortly.

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I'd like to see the Williams-Sonoma Guide to Good Cooking CD-ROM that came with the G3 iMac. Hopefully I'll have my copy on Saturday when I go to get my stuff from my parents' house, and I can upload it myself, but it may have been lost.

Another one I'd like to see is a CD-ROM that Apple put out called "Apple Interactive Music Software" or something like that. I don't remember all that was on it, but it had interviews with Keb' Mo' (who began by saying, "It's Keb' Mo', right here inside your computer!"), the cranberries, and I think one other act.

Two games I've wanted to play for years are Travelrama and Zendogs, which are both advertised on the Wacky Jacks CD. I've found evidence of Travelrama on Amazon and in a press release mentioning that Zenda, the division of Apple that created the three games, had licensed it and Wacky Jacks to Sanctuary Woods. I can't find ANYTHING online about Zendogs, though - I wonder if it actually existed or if it was vaporware. There's also a third game advertised on the CD called Photo Hunt Yellowstone, which I found at a library relatively nearby, but I forgot to copy down the registration key, so I have to go back to the library to get it (which I'm going to do tomorrow). Oddly enough, nothing on the CD or the packaging mentioned Zenda or Apple.

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I remember Wacky Jacks, I think I still have a copy. Never knew it was actually developed by Apple, though!

I remember the Travelrama USA video included on that CD, though Zendogs I don't remember. It is doesn't seem like it actually was released--I found this press release (http://www.thefreelibrary.com/SANCTUARY+WOODS+TO+PUBLISH+CD-ROM+GAMES+FR...) and it mentioned Travelrama and Wacky Jacks, but not Zendogs.

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"SimCopter was available for Mac?"

I don't think so, but SimSafari (another late-era Maxis game, 1997, I think) WAS, as well as Full Tilt! Pinball, which was released at the same time as SimCopter. Honestly, Phantasmagoria WAS released for Mac, which was surprising. I'd be pretty surprised but not too surprised, you know.

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I remember Wacky Jacks, I think I still have a copy. Never knew it was actually developed by Apple, though!

I remember the Travelrama USA video included on that CD, though Zendogs I don't remember. It is doesn't seem like it actually was released--I found this press release (http://www.thefreelibrary.com/SANCTUARY+WOODS+TO+PUBLISH+CD-ROM+GAMES+FR...) and it mentioned Travelrama and Wacky Jacks, but not Zendogs.

Ah yes, that's the press release I found too. Interesting that they promised three more games, but they never came to be, and it doesn't look like Sanctuary Woods ever released Wacky Jacks either. Maybe Travelrama didn't sell enough and the deal fell through?

The version I found of Photo Hunt in Yellowstone was indeed developed by another company that seems to have bought it from Zenda (the credits say something to the effect of "originally developed by Zenda Studio"), and it has some differences from the promo on the Wacky Jacks CD - for instance, it doesn't have the store or the bear that eats your photos, but it does have a wheel that you spin to answer trivia questions.

I've got both Photo Hunt and Wacky Jacks uploaded here, btw, and I ended up ordering the Williams-Sonoma CD I mentioned off Amazon, since the copy I had before seems to have been lost, so I'll upload it later today.

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Sanctuary Woods dropped off the map in the late 1990s (bankrupt in 1999, from reading a company description on MobyGames, it was losing money since the mid-1990s--they even absorbed Theatrix Interactive, one of my childhood favorite companies)

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Can someone add Waves 5 to Macintosh Garden, it is officially abandonware since January 2014: Link.

See also discussion here.

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Some titles coming right now in my mind and i would love to see uploaded on Macintosh Garden are Maniac Mansion, Inherit the Earth and Simon the Sorcerer.

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Simon the Sorcerer I'm not sure ever had a Mac version (II did, ported by epic Interactive), but it's likely it did.

Maniac Mansion did not have a Mac version, only on Apple and DOS. A version is in Day of the Tentacle though as a hidden bonus game; however, it's the Apple II/DOS version.

RCT I'm 99% sure never came with a Mac version, not unless you can offer proof that it did, in fact exist.

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MacGarden/Inherit the Earth: Quest for the Orb Wink

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Hey does anyone knows that game? X-men 2:The threat....it is very rare ...i cant find on the internet.....Does any one have that game?

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I just remembered another one I had as a child and I'd like to see again, Franklin's Activity Center. It's not even available on Amazon or my state's interlibrary loan service.

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A google search of "Franklins activity center" gave me this http://www.amazon.com/Franklins-Activity-Center/dp/B00006LKHB

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I have scrolled through pretty much every app here, but i can have missed something, i know this is not at all descriptive but this is all could remember. Here goes: You could color pre drawn images and in a a basement you could click an frankenstein statue and there was this "electric" sound effect. I also remember a mirror getting crossed down in that basement. It was a point and click children's game.
That's all i remember but i hope someone knows what it is.

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I just remembered that I once had one of the Pokéroms, which were Pokémon tie-in business card-shaped mini-CD-ROMs from The Learning Company/Mattel that had little math games. If anyone has some, I'd really love to see them up here.

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I always wanted to play Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb, but I couldn't find the mac version anywhere on the net. So if somebody could upload it I would be very,very,very and very THANKFUL. Laughing out loud

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Emperor's tomb was only for PC. Back in the day that fact was driving me mad. The good thing now is that macs can run windows and you can avoid emulation. Even old PCs are really cheap and you can play those old games natively. Go get the pc version at certain very popular "Bay" on the internet.

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An OS X version was published, although it broke under 10.5 and was apparently never fixed. Amazon has used copies starting at $1.86.

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OMG i must correct myself... i was thinking about Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine.... sorry for the confusion.

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@vivalabextor: Yes, I know what you mean and I believe I have one somewhere in storage. Besides not being very entertaining (just math problems with a relatively thin Pokémon tie-in), the discs were non-standard (imagine if you took a CD and clipped two sides off). It might mangle up my drive if I try to stick it in there (slot-loading, assuming I find it)

@bbamott: But does a Mac version exist?

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Yes there is one and it was released by Aspyr in 2004.