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Power Pete (aka Mighty Mike)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Power_Pete.sit (6.83 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Power_Pete_Cheater_1.3.sit (18.19 KB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

This is the original Pangea Software game, before it's name was changed to "Mighty Mike".

The goal is to collect all the Fuzzy Bunnies on each level, saving them from the bad toys. Destroy everything with different weapons, collect keys to open the different colored doors. Vast number of worlds to travel to and from. In two player mode players take turn by turn.

When the lights of the Toy Mart go out, the adventure begins: it's up to Power Pete to save the innocent fuzzy bunnies from evil clowns, crazed robots and bone-hurling cavemen. Use an arsenal of weapons from suction cups to gum ball blasters to blaze your way through 15 levels of toy shop terror. This game has real speech, overhead views for full-action play and fuzzy bunny radar to lead users to the rescue. Macintosh Multimedia & Product Registry Volume 9, No.4 - 1996

See Also: Mighty Mike

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

Minimum Requirements:
68020 (68030 Recommended)
5 MB RAM
Mac OS 7.0
CD-ROM Drive

* Glitchy in Classic mode.
* Works well with Basilisk II.

Comments

Bolkonskij's picture
by Bolkonskij - 2018, October 4 - 1:17pm

Just added a save game editor I came across. Let's you edit the ammo of all 15 weapons, change your health, the current level you're on, difficulty and score. Enjoy Smile

bertyboy's picture
by bertyboy - 2010, December 23 - 9:40am

This looks like v1.0A, I appear to have a few later versions, including a v2.0.1. I'l make sure they're not the demo and then add a MU link for someone else to confirm, then we can add them to the description if they're any better.

themacmeister's picture
by themacmeister - 2010, December 23 - 4:14am

I believe the 5min freeze is some bizarre bug, that is easily fixed with a tiny patch. I don't envy you trying to find it, but Mighty Mike may not have the same bug! I know that one was way more stable than the other...

best of luck

Temporary Joe's picture
by Temporary Joe - 2010, December 21 - 12:32am

I downloaded Power Pete for use with Basilisk. It is a bit cruder than Mighty Mike, the screen is much lower resolution, but for some reason it freezes after 5 minutes. Anyone else have this problem?

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2009, December 20 - 10:37pm

What I really would love to see, is the Applewin emulator (Apple//)
ported to my iPod touch.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2009, December 20 - 6:32pm

Btw, please someone port SimCity, Settlers, Monkey Islands, … from iPhone to Mac OS X!

iig's picture
by iig - 2009, December 20 - 4:28pm

Write to pangea, and ask them to port it to the app store Tongue

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2009, December 18 - 10:05pm

I have an iPod touch...
(and I'm surprised by what this little gizmo can do besides playing Music and games)
...and I thought the vMac emulator was available just like any other program,
so I looked for it at the iTunes store, but I couldn't find it,
then I read that the ipod has to be jailbreak or something, I guess that means hacked,
and that's too bad 'cuz I don't want to hack it Sad

anyway I found some cool older games like Lunar Lander which is an exact replica of the original.
it goes by the name "Lander" for some reason I like simple vector games like this one,
even though I didn't grow up with that generation, I find them very entertaining.
now I'm gonna look for Power Pete.

iig's picture
by iig - 2009, December 18 - 8:33pm

Pangeas still around, but they don't make mac software anymore, instead making only ipod touch/ iphone games (unfair, because i don't have an ipod touch/iphone Sad )

twilitezoner's picture
by twilitezoner - 2009, December 18 - 5:04pm

I tried the link to download Mighty Mike and it is currently unavailable. It appears that website hasn't been updated in 7 years.

Bananaguitar's picture
by Bananaguitar - 2009, September 27 - 6:38pm

Yes, thank you, I saw that after posting the comment. For those using Basilisk II: download the .sit torrent file, make a disk image of the .sit file. Then extract it in mac-mode with Stuffit Expander, and you're ready to play.

MacWise's picture
by MacWise - 2009, September 27 - 4:26pm

You can get Power Pete from the BitTorrent link above.

Bananaguitar's picture
by Bananaguitar - 2009, September 27 - 3:33pm

Do any of you still have the original Power Pete file, since Mighty Mike doesn't run on Basilisk II (it requires OS 9, and I only have 7.5). I had this a couple of years ago, but I probably threw out the disc with the computer. If anyone has the original file, please link.

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2009, August 30 - 8:20pm

Good game although This one reminds me of the game "Zombies ate my neighbors" from SNES

Timshel66's picture
by Timshel66 - 2009, August 30 - 4:15pm

Looking at the Mighty Mike site, I believe that it is not a "re-release" but a full recreation and update of the original. The original game should be continue to be classified as abandonware while the update should not.

Christian's picture
by Christian (not verified) - 2009, June 18 - 4:14am
5

excelente juego, aun lo tengo en el cd de sistema 7.5.3 del performa 5215

kataetheweirdo's picture
by kataetheweirdo - 2009, June 2 - 5:21pm

You can still download Power Pete via previous revisions (you need an account for that).

Mighty Mike is a re-release of Power Pete, stripped of any kind of 68k code (unlike Power Pete). Mighty Mike does, however, run on PowerPC machines and Sheepshaver.

kelsi's picture
by kelsi (not verified) - 2009, June 2 - 8:24am

I downloaded the demo of mighty mike onto my emulator thats running mac Mac OS 7.5.3 but when i tried to open mighty mike it said it couldnt because of an "-192 type error occurred" I've been trying to find a way to get this game for a very long time now; can anyone help?

Edit: Replaced 'xxx 7' by 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User

Balrog's picture
by Balrog - 2009, May 28 - 11:33pm

I'm not sure this is abandonware ... Pangea Software is still selling it under the name "Mighty Mike". I have removed the download link because of this.

Alex's picture
by Alex (not verified) - 2009, April 18 - 2:00pm
5

I had this game when I was a kid, but lost the disc. Very very good. Thanks a million!

Maedi (Disabled)'s picture
by Maedi (Disabled) - 2009, April 18 - 11:54am
5

I remember this game! Thanks!