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Raptor: Air Superiority Fighter

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
raptorfixedup.sit (9.82 MB)
MD5: 17659cccc99eef10b19757e44e06468a
For Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6 - Mac OS X
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Raptor is an arcade-style jet-fighter game. Blast and maneuver your F-22 to the next level. Collect power-ups to revive your ship's integrity and to increase your ship's weapon power. Some levels require you to destroy a boss before continuing, others only require survival. Play by the golden rule: shoot anything and everything that moves.

Raptor was programmed for the uDevGame contest in the fall of 2002. It won first place for sound and music due to its original soundtrack by Miyaka Cochrane.

Lead developer Holmes Futrell wrote a postmortem for idevgames.com.

(v1.0.4)

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)

Compatible with Mac OS 8.6 and higher with CarbonLib (also needs OpenGL).
It can be booted up in SheepShaver, but goes WAY too slow.

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The Inner Jamie's picture
by The Inner Jamie - 2009, October 9 - 8:09pm

Still, though. It looks fun! I love shoot-em-ups like this! Thanks for making it and letting MG host it, Holmes! Smile

Holmes Futrell's picture
by Holmes Futrell (not verified) - 2009, June 5 - 7:08am
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Hello!

Wow, thanks for posting this! I'm the original author, and before coming here I didn't think anybody still had a working copy of this game.

Looking back at this project it's a little embarrassing though ... but hey, I was 16 at the time!

- Holmes

Balrog's picture
by Balrog - 2009, May 31 - 8:01pm

EDIT: The file has been fixed.

@kataetheweirdo:

The resource forks are there; read my comment on the forum for instructions on reassembling. Note that you need OS X for that method. I've played it and it WORKS great!

kataetheweirdo's picture
by kataetheweirdo - 2009, June 1 - 4:17pm

That's the problem; The .sit I uploaded is more or less so temporary. The files have lost their resource forks and I need those forks restored somehow.

EDIT The fixed file is now up.

j_damage•69's picture
by j_damage•69 - 2009, May 31 - 5:18am

Hows this supposed to work? Theres no application icon or anything. Juts looks like a command prompt file...

Thx.