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After Dark Tenth Anniversary

AD's 10th Anniversay's box art
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (44.83 MB)
MD5: d013ee376f77dc8235b2417ae5dd8537
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

After Dark has been sending toast flying across monitors since 1989, and has created such favorites as Bad Dog!, Fish World, Mowin' Man, and more. Now you can join the all-stars of the After Dark series for a fun-filled anniversary celebration, complete with 42 all-time favorite screen savers, two special-edition screen savers, and three addictive arcade and puzzle games. Included are all the features that have made After Dark popular, including fully animated displays with original 3-D art, sound, and music. You can select your favorite screens and play them in any order with the randomizer feature. You can also keep your files safe and confidential with Password Protection, and decorate your desktop with over 50 patterns.

Architecture: 68k PPC

Requires Mac OS 7.5.5 or later.

If you try to install this onto 68k Mac's, the installer warns that this will only support running on PowerPC Macintosh, but also asks if you would like to install it anyway. - Click OK and it will install, and run OK, too.

Some wording in the DocMaker documentation that gets installed with the After Dark 10th Anniversary Edition alludes to how this installer's creator got things a little wrong:

After Dark is fully compatible with Apple's Power Macintosh computers.

*EcoLogic monitor shut down is only supported on the following machines: LC III, Quadra, Centris, Power Macintosh, and all Performa equivalents.

IOW - This software runs quite well on (at least) 68030, 68040 Macs, including Basilisk II, as well as PowerPC Macintosh.


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by nostalgimac - 2018, November 16 - 2:26am

FYI: This app does not work in Classic mode.

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by IIGS_User - 2015, November 7 - 5:41pm

PPC & Basilisk doesn't match together.