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Solarian II

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Solarian_II.img_.hqx (949.27 KB)
MD5: 83ee290e0825aef7e00ccccaa5a0884b
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
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solarian_ii_1.01.sit_.hqx (1,014.42 KB)
MD5: 079f046bc7d7fdc4c4e96e73929dd023
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
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Solarian_II_1.1.dmg (840.58 KB)
MD5: a9e71d37daa2bfc8af94feca4d5fb0db
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

A particularly feisty game based on the Space Invaders format, and one of the first color games on the Macintosh.

Note that this is an older version of Solarian II which runs on older systems, but it isn't supported.

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The file on the disk image above is 1.04. Added version 1.01, circa 1988.

The previous version are for 68k Macs, but the third download is version 1.1 that was ported to OS X on PPC. It does not work on OS X 10.6 or later. This version is still shareware but is unsupported. It can be purchased from the publisher.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

v 1.0.4 doesn't run very well in Classic mode.

Comments

scott Praed's picture
by scott Praed - 2016, January 9 - 5:37am

Solarian II works in mac os 9.2.2 directly not in classic environment of mac os x 10.4.11. The game don't load in classic.

Toubab's picture
by Toubab - 2012, March 14 - 10:30pm

If I download Solarian II under 10.6.8, I get an image file. Whether the image nor the Solarian II (classic-) file in it can be activated in Mac OS 9.0.4 (running via SheepShaver). Any help?

Evertype's picture
by Evertype - 2009, September 16 - 4:57pm
5

Oh man, that takes me back. It's the sound set. Smile

YYsMG's picture
by YYsMG - 2009, September 10 - 9:57pm
5

had this on a Performa 5200, sure does take me back Smile
The game plays wonderfully, excellent fun

jack cambrian's picture
by jack cambrian - 2009, August 24 - 10:17am
4

This game was absolutely awesome. Excellently structured levels, consistently challenging enemies and great digitised sound effects ala Maelstrom. I need to get Basilisk in addition to vMac purely so I can play this game again. This game came bundled with our LC and throughout our time using that computer we always had time for this game. The whole family loved it. Ah, good times.

grawlix.computing's picture
by grawlix.computing - 2009, June 8 - 9:48pm

I can't get the archive to unstuff properly -- grabbed a screenshot from a copy of v1.04 I have here.