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Droids_1.2_FAT.sit (968.83 KB)
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Droids_1.3.sit (998.35 KB)
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For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Guides on emulating older games

Droids is an updated and supercharged strategy game based on the classic computer game Daleks. Two versions of the game are included: the great classic you've come to know and love, and a much more strategically advanced and enhanced version. Read on...

It's 2048 and humans have lost control of Terra. Androids have come to dominate their creators. But one small band of humans, The Clan of the Jayhawk, holds out and battles on.

As you battle your way through the many and varied levels, the androids get smarter and smarter and more technologically advanced. You'll have to come up with ever more clever and ingenious ways to "retire" them. Along the way, you'll get some help from other members of the Jayhawk Clan, but it is ultimately up to you to become the Savior of Terra!

When prompted, use the registration code included with this download to unlock Super Droids mode, which contains the REAL fun stuff.

Architecture: 68k PPC

Registration code entry needs to be done from inside the program. Inside the folder 'Registration Code' is an empty folder with the code as its name.

System requirements:


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by MacNiels - 2020, March 9 - 12:20am

Added v1.2 to the page. Serial included in download.

What's new with version 1.2:
In version 1.2, you can now choose the starting level when playing Super Droids. I also changed the fixed background color from brown to purple. Several people complained that brown wasn't very attractive, and they would prefer something more colorful. I chose the purple background from the splash screen, since I feel this color is fairly muted, is more attractive than brown, and still shows up well in grey scale.
Added a sync governor to the fade out code at startup, so that the text doesn't whiz by on faster Macs.