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Super Maze Wars

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For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This game works with: Basilisk II,

Up to eight players glide through the labyrinth, trying to kill each other as many times as possible.

Super Maze Wars boasts multiple game modes and a selection of mazes to battle within. Coming pre-installed on a certain generation of mid-90's Macs, this was a popular game with notable networking capabilities for its time.

Architecture: 68k PPC

Requires: 256 colors or shades of grey


by soudesune - 2015, November 5 - 9:54am

Review from contemporary magazine (MacFormat — Feb. 1994) added.

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by nil0bject - 2012, December 23 - 7:55am

sorry, i keep forgetting to add my changes to the log. I just uploaded a version I had. I haven't tested to see the differences.

by lordyupa - 2012, May 20 - 1:43pm

I remember the demo of this from some weird demo disk called "Software Dispatch" Anyway, it kept me rapt despite its limited nature, and I'm excited to finally try the full version.

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by someonebitmaleg - 2010, July 4 - 2:21am

If you put this on several computers, and connect them together using WLAN or an Ethernet hub, you can play multiplayer. Just plug 'n' play, select a host, and you're off!

by MilesKjeller - 2009, September 28 - 6:59am

This game was the only reason my Primary 4 Class had a Mac Performa.
Everyone wanted to be finished their work first so they could play Super Maze Wars.

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by Innes - 2009, August 20 - 7:21am

Came pre-installed on my Performa 5200, good fun, with plenty of game modes to keep it interesting

by Dave (not verified) - 2009, August 18 - 4:26pm

Had a demo of this with a Mac magazine in about 1994, which despite its limited nature kept the teenage me entertained for countless sessions through being just so damn playable Smile even managed a quasi 2-player mode by delegating Buttkicker Missile-firing duties to my younger brother...!