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Mighty Mike

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Mighty_Mike.zip (7.30 MB)
For Mac OS 9
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Mighty-Mike-img.sit (7.68 MB)
For Mac OS 9
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Mighty Mike

Mighty Mike is the game formerly known as Power Pete which was originally published by MacPlay back in 1995.

Story of game

Toy Mart has closed for the evening. The clerks have long since turned off the cash registers, and the midnight janitor has left. Suddenly the store comes alive as dolls, action figures, and game pieces jump to their feet.

Within moments cities are formed: in the Bargain Bin, race tracks become islands of action surrounded by a sea of on-looking toy robots. In the Clown Department thousands of insane clowns initiate a massive pie fight. Throughout all of the departments, life arises...

Suddenly there is a commotion in the Doll Department! One of the cages in the Stuffed Animal Zoo has broken open – hundreds of Fuzzy Bunnies hop out of the cage and scatter. The Fuzzy Bunnies, with their limited intellect, do not realize the danger they are in. The new metropolis of Toy Mart can be a very dangerous place for Fuzzy Bunnies to wander alone, and without help they stand little chance of surviving until morning.

The peaceful inhabitants of the Doll Department cry out for the Fuzzy Bunnies to return...but to no avail. What will they do? What will become of the Fuzzy Bunnies? "I WILL HELP YOU!" storms a deep, resonant voice from one of the shelves. A hush crawls over the crowd of Fuzzy onlookers. A large package tumbles from the shelf onto the floor and bursts open...and a figure emerges. Yes, it's Mighty Mike – the most powerful action figure money can buy! "Fear not, my fellow merchandise! I will rescue the Fuzzy Bunnies!" he exclaims.

Armed only with his single-shot suction-cup gun, Mighty Mike trots gallantly off into the aisles of the Toy Mart Metropolis. Luckily for Mike, the Metropolis is scattered with additional accessories. All Mighty Mike needs to do is to equip himself with better weapons and power-up accessories, and then he should have no problem rescuing the Fuzzy Bunnies, right? Wrong.

There are many toys which would love to see Mighty Mike "recalled" since his sales have increased and caused their sales to plummet. Mighty Mike will have a very difficult time finding all of the Fuzzy Bunnies since almost every toy in the store is out to get him...

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Top DL: Mighty Mike in OS X .zip archive. Requires unzipping on OS X

2nd DL: Mighty Mike as Disk Copy 6x ".img" in StuffIt 3.6 ".sit" archive - converted from above zip file for Mac OS 9 native compatibility. Use StuffIt Expander 3.6 or later to extract.

This is the full version of Mighty Mike. This copy of the game will play in a demo mode until registered. When you register the game, it will allow you to play all 15 levels. The demo will only let you play the first 3 levels and it will time bomb after about an hour of play. This download is now a freeware game from Pangea Software.

Serial: AJBRBQBQAQIR

Screenshots are from Pangea Software's Mighty Mike pages.

See Also: Power Pete - an earlier version of this game.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

PPC and Classic environment compatibility.

Mighty Mike requires OS 9 to play. It might work in Classic mode on OS X, but it might not. Mighty Mike will NOT RUN ON ANY INTEL-BASED MAC. It will only run on PowerPC Mac's.

Mighty Mike can be played on any PowerPC Macintosh of any speed and any amount of RAM, however, the "Full Screen" version of the application will only run well if you either have a PowerPC 601 microprocessor, or very fast non-601 processor. To play the game, you will also need Draw Sprocket and Input Sprocket to be installed on your computer.

Comments

Bugman's picture
by Bugman - 2019, February 16 - 7:41pm

I still think that "Power Pete" is the better title, no matter what Pangea says.