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Spacestation Pheta 2.7

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spacestation_pheta_2.7.hqx (275.31 KB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Purchase
This game is still available from its publisher
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II, Mini vMac

Shareware version of a challenging but fun and fast paced space themed puzzle game originally released by T&T Software in 1988. The game was sold at retail for awhile, but, when the distributer went under, T&T Software continued to sell the game on their website. The game is still available from them at www.tandtsoftware.com for $9.95 (international orders are $11.95).

The game was originally monochrome only, but future versions added a splash of color, as well as new tile sets for the graphics. Includes options for tone or digitized sound effects. Full documentation is available from the Help menu.

The game has 100 levels total (though only 10 are available in the demo). Once registered, you gain access to the remaining levels of the game, as well as to a level editor, allowing you to modify existing levels or create your own.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Game runs beautifully on almost any pre-Intel Macintosh, System 4.2 or later. It even runs well using Classic mode on PPC Macs running Mac OS X.

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lazarusnine's picture
by lazarusnine - 2015, September 4 - 2:40pm
5

This is a wonderful game. A lot of fond memories playing this on a Mac LC back in the day. For the longest time, I only ever played the first 10 levels over and over again (which increased in speed each time you completed them). It was great to see T&T Software was still selling licences - now I get to enjoy it in its full 100-level glory.

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2009, September 13 - 10:08pm

A nice feature about this game is that, the game Speed can be changed.

by adam77 - 2009, September 13 - 5:38pm

love this game