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Title Type Updated datesort icon
NASCAR Racing 1994 Game 2021 May 1 - 7:22pm
Ofoto App 2021 May 1 - 7:21pm
MicronEye App 2021 May 1 - 7:03pm
Die CD-ROM mit der Maus 3 Game 2021 Apr 29 - 4:48pm
Mac OS 8.1 (Русская версия) App 2021 Apr 29 - 3:54pm
Apple Nordic Intro Partners February 1993 CD App 2021 Apr 29 - 3:10pm
The Ultimate Macintosh Collection App 2021 Apr 29 - 1:53pm
EditCard App 2021 Apr 29 - 1:28pm
OmniWeb App 2021 Apr 29 - 1:27pm
How Many Bugs in a Box? Game 2021 Apr 29 - 12:22pm
AlexanderMac joined us in April 30, 2019, and has been a member for 2 years 1 week.
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I am Alexander! I can program in Python and Pascal, I am engaged in computer repair.

I love: working on Macintosh systems, DOS and Windows 9x; installing systems, softwares and hardware; checking old viruses; games and programs from twenty and thirty years ago, especially games from Tivola. The Power Macintosh 6500 and PowerMac G4 are my favorite systems from Apple.

Also, I recommend that you visit the following sites: OLD-GAMES, OLD-DOS.
Cool YouTubers: Dosgamert, Mac84, danooct1, My channel.


through which program do you usually create images of games?

Toast 10 on Mac for standard CD ROM titles (this application is outdated, unfortunately), and creating custom-made ones),
and (as a result of a suggestion within this site), UltraISO to create bin/cue images when it comes to Mixed-Mode CD ROMs (ROM + Audio).

When I tried to create a standard ISO file of Maus1, UltraISO refuses to continue, when bin/cue file format was not selected. So I used Toast instead, but with this CD, it took a while to be finished, probably because of some copy protection stuff on it.

When it comes to mount such CD images, probably we need an application (such as Virtual CD/DVD-ROM Utility, which makes it better than standard CD mount applications to let the game believe there is an original CD inserted.


It is excellent to get these PDF publications from you today. However, technical publications about the Mac, programming, fonts etc should be uploaded under the APPS section and not Games.

Thanks for these works all the same.