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|Game Information:||Minimum Requirements:|
|Title: 3-D Ultra Pinball (MAC CD-ROM)||Processor: 25MHz 68030 or faster|
|Publisher: Sierra On-Line||RAM: 8 MB (5 MB available)|
|Display: any 256-color monitor (13" up)|
|Other Requirements: System 7.0+, 2X speed CD-ROM drive.|
|68040/33 MHz Macintosh|
|8 MB available RAM|
|4X CD-ROM drive|
All three boards feature 3 playing fields each (each with 2 flippers), and when you get balls in each one (during a multi-ball session), it can get really hairy! With a SCI-FI, synth-tech soundtrack rockin' in the background, sound effects abounding, and very smooth and life-like pinball animation, 3-D has forged ahead of past computer pinball games.
The on-line manual is truly amazing. It gives you all the information you need regarding the story-line/objective (yes there is one). It also offers complete skill shot tips and strategic hints on how to earn bonus points, extra balls, and hit all the game's key targets. It would be a good idea (after your initial play-time of 3-D, to read the manual in order to find out what you're trying to accomplish.
The overall goal is to make it through all 3 "levels" or boards and launch a starship. This is a task that will not come easily...even with 5 balls. Like playing any new pinball machine for the first time, you start by having no idea how fast the bumpers will ricochet your ball, how the flippers will react to your reactions, or how much nudging it takes to tilt the machine. There are times when 3 balls are out at once (multi-ball session). Add that confusion with 3 sets of flippers and you've got one addictive game!
You have the opportunity (sometimes requiring a skill with you against the clock) to earn extra balls, earn "continuations" (continue a game with 5 more balls but zero score), get 10 million points, or get other items relavent to the object of the game. There is an "invincability" mode earned after a certain point. This mode fills in the seemingly GIGANTIC GAP between the 2 main flippers for a brief period of time.
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Computer System: PowerPC G3 233
Operating System: Mac OS 8.6 or higher
Free Hard Disk Space: 300MB
Video Card: 6MB Minimum + 3D accelerator Card
Multi Player: TCP/IP Required
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Sequel to the popular 7th guest.
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Includes 5 Complete AD&D role-playing adventures in one package:
NOTE: This game MUST be played in "256 colors" on a PowerPC or it will not work.
Afterlife Back to Boxed Games Page
Welcome to Afterlife, the world-building simulation that lets you create the hereafter in the here and now. Possessed of an unearthly sense of humor, it all begins in a god-knows-where galaxy. As a "regional spiritual director" your task, given to you by the Powers That Be, is to develop two prime plans of "unreal estate" - heaven and hell - simultaneously! Keep billions of souls happy by giving them the rewards - and punishments they deserve!
The wages of sim are plentiful! Open up your afterlife with the Pearly Gates of Heaven or the Fiery Gates of Hell, zone for the Seven Deadly Sins and/or their respective Virtues. Then lay down some roads. Soon, the dearly departed will arrive in droves. Keep them in your afterlife and you flourish. Lose too many along the way and it may mean a visit from the Four Surfers of the Apocalypso (not a good time!)
Factor in a half-dozen or so supernatural disasters (not including total annihilation), money problems and headaches from the planet and you're in for infinite hours of gameplay! Afterlife includes over 200 artistically rendered rewards and punishments, nearly 300 detailed tiles and buildings, more maps, graphs and charts that you can shake a pitchfork at, plus the most sophisticated engine of any sim game beginning with the letter A!
Includes Comic mischief and suggestive themes and is thereby appropriate for Ages 13 to Adult!
Age of Empires Back to Boxed Games Page
How will you rule the world? Conquer enemy civilizations? Discover the world's secrets? Accumulate wealth? As the guiding spirit of a Stone Age Tribe, follow one of these paths to build the greatest civilization on earth.
Compete against opponents for the limited resources used to build and manage your civilization into a powerful empire.
Direct a research path that leads to the economic, military or naval technologies best used to achieve game goals.
Choose from multiple gameplay options including more than 40 preset scenarios, individual campaigns or randomly generated games.
Build powerful armies from dozens of military units including warships, chariots and war elephants.
Challenge a sophisticated and adjustable artificial intelligence for endless replay value.
Conquer or cooperate with up to eight Mac players via LAN or Internet.
Command one of twelve ancient civilizations from Egyptian to Greek:
all with unique attributes based on their historical counterparts.
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Lead one of the most powerful civilizations of the Middle Ages to greatness. Raise your armies. Forge alliances. Grow a thriving market economy. Build wonders to stand the test of time. There are many paths to power, but only one civilization will reign supreme.
Lead with cunning and might. Train your people to be infantry, knights, throwing axemen, cavalry, archers and more. Control all your military's strategy and tactics in intense real-time battles. Create formations, coordinate attacks, flank your enemy's infantry, siege their castles and more.
Join forces with other civilizations. Establish trading blocs. Create a global strategy of conquest and survival.
GROW A THRIVING MARKET ECONOMY
A market-based economy lets you open up new avenues of trade with your allies and create new methods of conquering your enemies. Build a rich empire by building markets, buying and selling resources, and establishing new trade routes.
BUILD WONDERS TO STAND THE TEST OF TIME
Can you build the Cathedral at Chartres? Charlemagne's Palace? The Hagia Sophia at Constantinople? Keep it standing long enough and you can win the game.
LEAD ONE OF 13 CIVILIZATIONS
In Age of Empires II, you can command any one of 13 mighty civilizations. These include the Franks, Japanese, Byzantines, Vikings, Mongols, Celts and more. Each civilization has unique attributes, strengths and weaknesses, buildings and technologies, as well as a unique combat unit based on its historical counterpart. Be sure to try them all to find the civilization that best suits your playing style.
INCLUDES THE CONQUERORS EXPANSION
Five new civilizations, four new historical campaigns, eleven new units, different maps, and a whole bunch of new features.
System Requirements: G3/350 or faster (500MHz required for on-line play), Mac OS 8.6 or higher (Cabonized for OS X), Rage 128 or better video card, 128MB RAM, and 750MB free hard disk space.
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Command one of eight mighty powers grappling to conquer the New World. Crush your enemies with devastating cannons, rifles, infantry, and your naval fleet. Build a thriving empire with a booming economy. Form strategic alliances with Native Americans.
NEW FEATURES IN AGE III:
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A fireball chars the ground next to where your ally stood, his lifeless body becomes a human projectile. Undaunted, you wade through blood soaked soil to this location where you suspect the unseen nemesis to be, as invisibility spells do not last forever. When the Gandus reappears you embellish your weapon with magic and quickly dispatch him. Skill and intelligence are required to master aGORA's realistic, complex battles. Well aimed attacks do massive damage, poorly aimed ones are wasted.
From the strong and barbaric Warok to the mysterious and refined Gandus, your choice of six different character types is critical to your playing style. Do you prefer melee or magic, speed or power? Assign bonus points to your abilities and select a magic guild. Certain combinations can be quite deadly.
Playing aGORA is part exploration, part strategy, part role-playing, and relentless battle. Eighteen game levels, skills games with computer generated allies and teams, as well as network wars ensure countless hours of gameplay. On the individual levels you will be daunted by complex puzzles, vicious enemies, and arduous terrain. With skills games you can play the computer, assigning computer generated allies and enemies. Play in teams or as a free-for-all.
aGORA supports 10 player, multi-team network play via AppleTalk and the Internet.
Aliens vesus Predator GOLD Back to Boxed Games Page
Chase, hide or advance in over 40 levels of the most nightmarish, chillingly detailed futuristic environment your mind could ever imagine. Now the three most ferocious species in the universe are pitted against one another in a battle for the ultimate prize- survival.
Choose to be a Colonial Marine, a Predator, or an Alien as you make your way through horrifyingly suspenseful environments ranging from spaceships and colonial bases to spacestations and eerie planetscapes. One wrong move turns you from hunter into prey. Your species is counting on you.
Alley 19 Bowling Back to Boxed Games Page
Eisenhower was in the Oval Office. Hot Rods and Drive Ins were the sign of the times and bowling was America's favorite pastime.
Alley 19 Bowling takes you back to those times for the ultimate 10-pin challenge.
Alley 19 has successfully replicated the bowling experience with its unique mouse-controlled throwing action. Best of all, Alley 19 combines all the fun and competition of real bowling with an original 50's soundtrack.
Not only is Alley 19 the most entertaining bowling program on any platform, but it uses a unique mouse- driven rolling action creating a wonderful ease of use and realistic scoring.
Ed Brayman, Lead Developer, has developed a simple and natural way to recreate bowling for the computer using nothing but mouse control. From start to finish the entire game can be easily played without using a single keystroke. Because the mouse placement is never perfectly consistent from one frame to the next, scores mimic real-life averages very closely. This provides almost limitless challenge because a 300 game (as in real life) is almost unattainable.
Combine this with a very light hearted theme and special effects and
Alley 19 becomes the entertainment sports hit of the year. Alley 19 uses
a authentic 50's theme and soundtrack (the soundtrack is playable on your
stereo) recreating everything from a '57 Chevy outside the lanes down to
the hairstyles and clothing on the bowlers themselves. Jabbing comments
from the gallery and special animations for milestone scores give the finishing
touch and promise to keep you laughing while you spend an afternoon knocking
Macintosh: System 7 or 8, 68030, 68040 or Power Macintosh, 256 color display, 8 MB RAM and a CD-ROM drive. Accelerated for Power Mac.
Windows 95: 60 MHz Pentium or faster, 16 MB RAM, 256 color display, Windows compatible sound card and CD-ROM drive.
Alley 19 Bowling is a comprehensive and light hearted bowling simulation that uses unique mouse driven bowling action and fully controllable full motion video characters. This demo uses one of those characters and one color of ball. The user can bowl five frames against human or computer opponents before the game ends. Demos available for both Macintosh and Windows 95 systems.
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Allied General by SSI/Mindscape
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Game Objective: The owner of Derceto, Jeremy Hartwood, died a few days ago. The police
report, filed after a cursory investigation, concluded that the well-know
artist had taken his own life. His devoted butler confirmed that Hartwood
had been suffering from considerable mental depression for some months. He
had placed even more strain on his already delicate health by translating
the many ancient manuscripts contained in Derceto's extensive library. He
also suffered from insomnia and what few hours of sleep he had were
troubled by particularly disturbing nightmares. He appeared to be
convinced of a mysterious presence in the old house. Derceto is now empty. Rumours abound of a curse or of an evil power
dwelling within its walls. Such stories are not uncommon with houses like
Derceto, especially in this particular area. For some days now, however, a
cloud of doubt has hung over your mind... What are those strange lights
inside the house at nightfall? What could account for the eerie noises to
be heard each time you approach? Why did Jeremy commit suicide? And what
compels you towards the house? What is Derceto's terrible secret? Also Includes: MacPlay Demos Requirements: 68020 or faster processor (68040 or faster recommended), System 6.0.7 or higher (System 7 savvy), 2MB free RAM, 256-colors monitor, 1.4MB floppy drive.
Imagine that you're an Allied General.
You are the commander of Allied troops in Europe during World War II, and you're the best hope of defeating the Axis forces which have captured Europe and North Africa. Watch your forces improve with each victory. Use your strategic knowledge in performing daring invasions, paradrops, naval engagements, and fierce aerial combat for control of the skies. Can you lead and command your units through North Africa, Western Europe, Russia, and ultimately to victory? Glory awaits!
Play three campaign games as an American, British, or Soviet General against the German army. You may even engage in a little conjecture: several "what-if" scenarios include Churchill's never-realized invasion of Norway.
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The owner of Derceto, Jeremy Hartwood, died a few days ago. The police report, filed after a cursory investigation, concluded that the well-know artist had taken his own life. His devoted butler confirmed that Hartwood had been suffering from considerable mental depression for some months. He had placed even more strain on his already delicate health by translating the many ancient manuscripts contained in Derceto's extensive library. He also suffered from insomnia and what few hours of sleep he had were troubled by particularly disturbing nightmares. He appeared to be convinced of a mysterious presence in the old house.
Derceto is now empty. Rumours abound of a curse or of an evil power dwelling within its walls. Such stories are not uncommon with houses like Derceto, especially in this particular area. For some days now, however, a cloud of doubt has hung over your mind...
What are those strange lights inside the house at nightfall? What could account for the eerie noises to be heard each time you approach? Why did Jeremy commit suicide? And what compels you towards the house? What is Derceto's terrible secret?
Also Includes: MacPlay Demos
Requirements: 68020 or faster processor (68040 or faster recommended), System 6.0.7 or higher (System 7 savvy), 2MB free RAM, 256-colors monitor, 1.4MB floppy drive.
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A Chilling 3-D Foray Into The Macabre Mansion Of Derceto
This chilling adventure game is the first game of the Alone in the Dark Trilogy.
A suspicious suicide. A chilling curse. A malevolent power. And a wicked dark secret. This is Derceto, legendary Lousiana mansion - where, against your better judgement, you're drawn into a world of shadows to explore the darker side of Jeremy Hartwood's imagination. Had you known the nightmare that you'd be plunged into you might have refused your task. But alas, you accepted & now you must make your way through this spine-tingling adventure alone.........and in the dark!
ALONE IN THE DARK 2 - is a chilling adventure game in which you play the the brilliant detective Edward Carnby, who must save poor little Grace Saunders from the terrifying mansion of the notorious One-Eyed Jack.
From your initial climb up the slippery sheer cliffs above the raging sea to the horrors inside the mansion, you're not just alone, you're... in the dark. Only your razor-sharp instincts can save you from the cut-throat gangsters, smugglers and pirates who have a real thirst for blood.
ALONE IN THE DARK 3 - The gold been unearthed, now only secrets remain. Sharpen your spurs and polish your six-shooter. You?re Edward Carnby back in action in the wildest Western epic this side of the grave! You have been summoned to Hill Century Studios latest movie set: a two-bit ghost town by the name of Slaughter Gulch. The film crew been kidnapped, and only your sharp shooting and even sharper sleuthing can save the heroine, Emily Hartwood.
Enjoy up to 70 hours of gameplay piecing together this dusty puzzle and breaking the grip of the town?s curse. Every cobwebbed corner holds a new clue, but be warned: you?ll find no friends in the trigger-happy souls who drift across your path like so much tumbleweed.
So saddle up and get ready to ride into the shadowy unknown, but hold on tight you can?t imagine how wild the west can get.
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Legendary designer Sid Meier presents the next evolution in strategy games, with the most addictive, compelling gameplay yet. Explore the alien planet that is your new home and uncover its myriad mysteries. Discover over 75 extraordinary technologies. Build over 60 base upgrades and large scale secret projects for your empire. Conquer your enemies with a war machine that you design from over 32,000 possible unit types.
your own war machine
Custom build fighting units that meet your mission's specific needs, or accept your governor's recommendations.
Terraform an alien landscape
Raise mountains and level hillsides to make the planet more habitable for yourself or harsher for your opponents.
Dynamic personalities react individually to your actions. Your diplomatic decisions dictate your path to one of five ultimate resolutions.
A random 3D world generator, unlimited strategies, five paths to victory, six levels of difficulty, seven unique factions, fully featured map/game editor, and a whole host of customizable options ensure unlimited gameplay.
Intelligent city governors, global commands and an in-game tutorial assist you in building and managing your empire.
Unite or fight with your friends via the Internet, a LAN, modem, or serial link.
home or on the go
Unique installation options and scaleable technology optimize performance for all machines, from laptops and low end Pentiums to the latest top-shelf hardware.
Macintosh: PowerPC 603e 150MHz or higher processor, 16MB RAM (32MB recommended), 60MB free hard drive space, System 7.5.3 or later, 4x CD-ROM drive.
Required for Multiplayer: One of the following - Network with IPX/SPX compatible protocol (2-7 players), Serial connection (2 players), 28.8 Kbps modem (2 players), TCP/IP via user's Internet connection (2-4 players). Optional: microphone for multiplayer voice communications.
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The Ancient Art of War features: