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Ground Zero

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Year released:
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
ground_zero.sit (50.85 KB)
MD5: 2b0a3183be29b3f7f1e677a2dac3bb22
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
This game works with: Mini vMac

Black-and-white Missile Command.

Two of the developers, artist Darrell Myers and programmer Seth Lipkin, worked together again on Spin Doctor.

Architecture: 68k

Will not run on anything above System 6.


ThinkIndifferent's picture
by ThinkIndifferent - 2018, August 20 - 1:24am

Video of this game:

cbx's picture
by cbx - 2012, March 9 - 3:17am

i loved this game back in the day though - great to be able to play it again. if you're on a pc, don't forget to specify macbinary 2 when copying in hfvexplorer, letting it decide automatically doesn't work.

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by bertyboy - 2010, October 7 - 6:28pm

Yeah, think you nailed it, or it came on a bootable disk and was meant to be at the top level directory to run. Could be it can't handle folder names with spaces or non-alphanumeric characters. There are still games to like this.

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by yoyomac - 2010, October 7 - 6:29am

I ran this game on both a real vintage Mac Plus w/external hard drive and minivMac with system 6.0.8. On the Mac Plus the game freezes while loading when the application (icon) is located _inside_ a directory. The game runs just fine when the icon is located at the same level as the system folder. No such problem on minivMac. Since the game is so old - 1984 - could that be an MFS issue, i.e. the game would not know how to handle a true file hierarchy?
Anybody experienced the same thing?

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by marcogiannini - 2009, September 1 - 1:34pm

Great game, I spent a lot of nights over it in early '80 on my 512 mac!!! good old times