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Old Oct 19, 2012, 03:41 AM   #51
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Just another tip - the moment you sign up with them you already get six games for free..!
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Old Oct 19, 2012, 04:12 AM   #52
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Last time I checked, SCUMMVM was for LucasArts games.

Then again, I haven't checked SCUMMVM in a few years.
Beneath a Steel Sky from Revolution uses Scummvm (if you look in the Mac package).

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Old Oct 19, 2012, 04:36 AM   #53
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Sim City 3000 and I'll carry their babies.
Would have made you a wrapper port my self, but no use since I don't have ANY time to my self this weekend at all, and found one that someone else used already.

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Just another tip - the moment you sign up with them you already get six games for free..!
Yeah, I signed up and downloaded 'Beneath A Steel Sky' for free; I haven't actually played that game since 1996 and it's still hilariously awesome.
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I see they've got Gabriel Knight for Windows - get that available for Mac and I will be all over this! Would love to play through that again (and the sequels!).
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I still have an ancient Bondi Blue iMac with an OS 8.6 boot along side its OS X one. With RealPC installed to use abandonware like Panzer General and original copies of some Mac versions it does the job of a games time machine just fine. Running stuff like that on a Mac Pro usually makes it too fast to be playable. Hope GOG have a good throttle function.
Short answer: they do. Speed isn't a problem.
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Wonder if MIKES TEAM still works?

Can't wait to see what else they're going to bring to the Mac. I know a lot of old classics are do-able in DOSBox etc but I never got it working 100%.
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I remember when this came out, I was not the biggest fan as I played The Sims, but I love these old classics
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Old Oct 19, 2012, 07:46 AM   #59
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Been a member of GOG since they first came out, love the classics!
I've always used DOSBox and Scummvm with 100% success, so no big excitement for their current Mac offerings, but it looks like they are going to port Windows games too. FTW! Witcher 2 is already done.

Above, someone asked what scummvm can run. Here's the compatibility chart from their website. It's extensive. Also know that they are a serious and dedicated group, and are pretty hard on themselves. These games are 100% playable and able to be completed even if the rating isn't 100%.

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LucasArts Game Compatibility
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Maniac Mansion maniac 90%
Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders zak 90%
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade indy3 90%
Loom loom 95%
Passport to Adventure pass 95%
The Secret of Monkey Island monkey 95%
Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge monkey2 95%
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis atlantis 95%
Day of the Tentacle tentacle 95%
Sam & Max Hit the Road samnmax 95%
Full Throttle ft 90%
The Dig dig 90%
The Curse of Monkey Island comi 90%

Activision Adventure Game Compatibility
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Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2 lgop2 90%
The Manhole manhole 90%
Return to Zork rtz 90%
Rodney's Funscreen rodney 90%

Adventuresoft/Horrorsoft Game Compatibility
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Elvira - Mistress of the Dark elvira1 90%
Elvira II - The Jaws of Cerberus elvira2 80%
Personal Nightmare pn 50%
Simon the Sorcerer 1 simon1 95%
Simon the Sorcerer 2 simon2 95%
Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack - D.I.M.P. dimp 70%
Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack - Jumble jumble 70%
Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack - NoPatience puzzle 70%
Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack - Swampy Adventures swampy 70%
The Feeble Files feeble 95%
Waxworks waxworks 50%

Coktel Vision Game Compatibility Chart
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Bargon Attack bargon 95%
Fascination fascination 90%
Geisha geisha 90%
Gobliiins gob1 95%
Gobliins 2 gob2 95%
Goblins 3 gob3 95%
Lost in Time lostintime 95%
Once Upon A Time: Little Red Riding Hood littlered 90%
Playtoons: Bambou le Sauveur de la Jungle bambou 95%
The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble woodruff 95%
Urban Runner urban 95%
Ween: The Prophecy ween 95%
Revolution Software Game Compatibility Chart
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Beneath a Steel Sky sky 98%
Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars sword1 98%
Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror sword2 98%
Lure of the Temptress lure 95%

Sierra AGI Game Compatibility Chart
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The Black Cauldron bc 90%
Gold Rush! goldrush 90%
King's Quest I kq1 90%
King's Quest II kq2 90%
King's Quest III kq3 90%
King's Quest IV kq4 90%
Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards lsl1 90%
Mixed-Up Mother Goose mixedup 90%
Manhunter 1: New York mh1 90%
Manhunter 2: San Francisco mh2 90%
Police Quest I: In Pursuit of the Death Angel pq1 90%
Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter sq1 90%
Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge sq2 90%
Fanmade Games agi-fanmade 80%
Mickey's Space Adventure mickey 90%
Troll's Tale troll 80%
Winnie the Pooh in the Hundred Acre Wood winnie 90%

Sierra SCI Game Compatibility Chart
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Castle of Dr. Brain (EGA and VGA) castlebrain 95%
Codename: ICEMAN iceman 95%
Conquests of Camelot camelot 95%
Conquests of the Longbow (EGA and VGA) longbow 95%
EcoQuest: The Search for Cetus ecoquest 95%
EcoQuest 2: Lost Secret of the Rainforest ecoquest2 95%
Freddy Pharkas: Frontier Pharmacist freddypharkas 95%
Hoyle's Book of Games 1 hoyle1 95%
Hoyle's Book of Games 2 hoyle2 95%
Hoyle's Book of Games 3 (EGA and VGA) hoyle3 95%
Hoyle Classic Card Games hoyle4 95%
Jones in the Fast Lane jones 95%
King's Quest I (SCI remake) kq1sci 95%
King's Quest IV (SCI version) kq4sci 95%
King's Quest V (EGA and VGA) kq5 95%
King's Quest VI (low and hi res) kq6 95%
Laura Bow: The Colonel's Bequest laurabow 95%
Laura Bow 2: The Dagger of Amon Ra laurabow2 95%
Leisure Suit Larry 1 (SCI remake) (EGA and VGA) lsl1sci 95%
Leisure Suit Larry 2 lsl2 95%
Leisure Suit Larry 3 lsl3 95%
Leisure Suit Larry 5 (EGA and VGA) lsl5 95%
Leisure Suit Larry 6 (low res) lsl6 95%
Mixed-up Fairy Tales fairytales 95%
Mixed-up Mother Goose mothergoose 95%
Pepper's Adventures in Time pepper 95%
Police Quest 1 (SCI remake) pq1sci 95%
Police Quest 2 pq2 95%
Police Quest 3 (EGA and VGA) pq3 95%
Quest for Glory 1/Hero's Quest qfg1 95%
Quest for Glory 1 VGA remake qfg1vga 95%
Quest for Glory 2 qfg2 95%
Quest for Glory 3 qfg3 95%
Slater & Charlie Go Camping slater 95%
Space Quest I (SCI remake) (EGA and VGA) sq1sci 95%
Space Quest III sq3 95%
Space Quest IV (EGA and VGA) sq4 95%
Space Quest V sq5 95%
The Island of Dr. Brain islandbrain 95%

Other Game Compatibility Chart Game
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Blue Force blueforce 90%
Bud Tucker in Double Trouble tucker 95%
Cruise for a Corpse cruise 95%
Discworld dw 98%
Discworld II - Missing presumed...!? dw2 98%
Dragon History draci 90%
Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back drascula 98%
Flight of the Amazon Queen queen 98%
Future Wars fw 80%
Hugo's House of Horrors hugo1 90%
Hugo 2: Whodunit? hugo2 90%
Hugo 3: Jungle of Doom hugo3 90%
I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream ihnm 90%
Inherit the Earth: Quest for the Orb ite 95%
Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos lol 80%
Nippon Safes Inc. nippon 90%
Ringworld: Revenge Of The Patriarch ring 90%
Soltys soltys 90%
The Legend of Kyrandia kyra1 90%
The Legend of Kyrandia: Book Two: Hand of Fate kyra2 90%
The Legend of Kyrandia: Book Three: Malcolm's Revenge kyra3 90%
The 7th Guest t7g 95%
TeenAgent teenagent 80%
Toonstruck toon 80%
Touche: The Adventures of the Fifth Musketeer touche 75%

Humongous Entertainment Game Compatibility Chart
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Backyard Baseball baseball 90%
Backyard Baseball 2001 baseball2001 80%
Backyard Baseball 2003 baseball2003 80%
Backyard Football football 90%
Backyard Football 2002 football2002 80%
Bear Stormin' brstorm 95%
Big Thinkers First Grade thinker1 90%
Big Thinkers Kindergarten thinkerk 90%
Blue's 123 Time Activities Blues123Time 90%
Blue's ABC Time Activities BluesABCTime 90%
Blue's Art Time Activities arttime 90%
Blue's Birthday Adventure BluesBirthday 90%
Blue's Reading Time Activities readtime 90%
Blue's Treasure Hunt BluesTreasureHunt 50%
Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise fbear 95%
Fatty Bear's Fun Pack fbpack 95%
Freddi Fish 1: The Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds freddi 90%
Freddi Fish 2: The Case of the Haunted Schoolhouse freddi2 90%
Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch Shell freddi3 90%
Freddi Fish 4: The Case of the Hogfish Rustlers of Briny Gulch freddi4 90%
Freddi Fish 5: The Case of the Creature of Coral Cove freddicove 90%
Freddi Fish and Luther's Maze Madness maze 90%
Freddi Fish and Luther's Water Worries water 90%
Let's Explore the Airport with Buzzy airport 90%
Let's Explore the Farm with Buzzy farm 90%
Let's Explore the Jungle with Buzzy jungle 90%
Pajama Sam: Games to Play on Any Day pjgames 70%
Pajama Sam 1: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside pajama 90%
Pajama Sam 2: Thunder and Lightning Aren't so Frightening pajama2 90%
Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head to Your Feet pajama3 90%
Pajama Sam's Lost & Found lost 90%
Pajama Sam's Sock Works socks 90%
Putt-Putt Enters the Race puttrace 90%
Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon puttmoon 95%
Putt-Putt Joins the Circus puttcircus 90%
Putt-Putt Joins the Parade puttputt 95%
Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo puttzoo 90%
Putt-Putt Travels Through Time putttime 90%
Putt-Putt and Pep's Balloon-O-Rama balloon 90%
Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog on a Stick dog 90%
Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack activity 95%
Putt-Putt's Fun Pack funpack 95%
SPY Fox 1: Dry Cereal spyfox 90%
SPY Fox 2: Some Assembly Required spyfox2 90%
SPY Fox 3: Operation Ozone spyozon 90%
SPY Fox in Cheese Chase chase 90%
SPY Fox in Hold the Mustard mustard 90%

Animation Magic Game Compatibility Chart
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Darby the Dragon darby 90%
Gregory and the Hot Air Balloon gregory 90%
Magic Tales: Liam Finds a Story liam 80%
The Princess and the Crab princess 80%
Sleeping Cub's Test of Courage sleepingcub 80%

Living Books Game Compatibility Chart
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Aesop's Fables: The Tortoise and the Hare tortoise 90%
Arthur's Birthday arthurbday 90%
Arthur's Teacher Trouble arthur 90%
Dr. Seuss's ABC seussabc 90%
Green Eggs and Ham greeneggs 80%
Harry and the Haunted House harryhh 90%
Just Grandma and Me grandma 90%
Little Monster at School lilmonster 90%
Ruff's Bone ruff 90%
Sheila Rae, the Brave sheila 90%
Stellaluna stellaluna 90%
The Berenstain Bears Get in a Fight bearfight 90%
The Berenstain Bears in the Dark beardark 90%
The New Kid on the Block newkid 90%
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Old Oct 19, 2012, 08:08 AM   #60
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That's why I always keep a G3 iBook or G3 PowerBook handy. They can usually run most of the classic Mac OS games without issue. (and it's not as bulky as keeping a G3 iMac around!) I even have an older PowerBook for when Mac OS 8 or 9 is just "too new!".

I bought a boxed copy of Sim City 2000 for Mac at a thrift store in the summer, going to have to give that a play this weekend! I think I also have the Sim City 3000 CD for Windows around here somewhere...fun memories!
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There are remakes available: http://www.agdinteractive.com/games/.../download.html
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Guys, this is GREAT news. I am a big fan of their service– I own probably a dozen game packages (some include multiple games) on GOG.com. Obviously the replay-ability of a given game is highly dependant on the genre and technology at the time. But some games hold up really well. For example, I think many of the text adventures and point-and-click adventures hold up quite well.

Give them a try.
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Guys, this is GREAT news. I am a big fan of their service– I own probably a dozen game packages (some include multiple games) on GOG.com. Obviously the replay-ability of a given game is highly dependant on the genre and technology at the time. But some games hold up really well. For example, I think many of the text adventures and point-and-click adventures hold up quite well.

Give them a try.
True classics age really well - Syndicate and SimCity 2000 are two examples. Too bad it's not the Mac-native version of Syndicate, which had much better graphics/sound than the PC one.
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That's why I always keep a G3 iBook or G3 PowerBook handy. They can usually run most of the classic Mac OS games without issue. (and it's not as bulky as keeping a G3 iMac around!) I even have an older PowerBook for when Mac OS 8 or 9 is just "too new!".

I bought a boxed copy of Sim City 2000 for Mac at a thrift store in the summer, going to have to give that a play this weekend! I think I also have the Sim City 3000 CD for Windows around here somewhere...fun memories!
Haha, I'm the same way. Its a good excuse to keep some of my old iBooks and other old hardware around. I've got a blueberry clamshell thats basically a dedicated Sim City 2000 machine.
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Oddly enough, my girlfriend was looking to play Theme Hospital yesterday, I wondered if GOG did any Mac games so logged in and they had it! Then I found out that it was cheap because they had just launched it!

Anyway, she played Theme Hospital for like 8 hours yesterday and it ran fine!
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Isn't it porntipsguzzardo?
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Oddly enough, my girlfriend was looking to play Theme Hospital yesterday, I wondered if GOG did any Mac games so logged in and they had it! Then I found out that it was cheap because they had just launched it!

Anyway, she played Theme Hospital for like 8 hours yesterday and it ran fine!
That's awesome!
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I have been buying from GOG for years. Keep in mind what you but is DRM free and you don't need a client connected to the web like Steam. GOG uses dosbox and scummvm. Both can be obtained free. If you own the CDs/floppies you can do this yourself. However GOG makes it very easy for only pennies. Plus they give you tons of extras like manuals, backgrounds, mp3s, etc. they have sales every week and have been known to offer free games from time to time. They are also part of the family that made The Withcher.
The technical part of running on the mac OS is beyond me. Does the download of a GOG game just "run" after the installation or are other software components required?
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Anyone know the cheat code for SimCity 2000 that gives you all the Arcos & $$$?
start a new city
type fund, hit ok
type fund hit ok
go to budget window
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and you will get 1.5 Million every year
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The technical part of running on the mac OS is beyond me. Does the download of a GOG game just "run" after the installation or are other software components required?
It is very simple. Just download after you purchase. Then open your downloads folder and open the downloaded .dmg file with your new game. It installs just like any other Mac app. You drag the game's icon to the apps folder icon in the window and voila, good to go.
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AGDI did some great work with the Sierra remakes. Their remake of QFG2 had some great additions to make the game more interesting and challenging, and the remakes of KQ2 and KQ3 really helped flush out the stories more.

I already own many older boxed copies of the Sierra classics, most which can be played under DOSBox (I was just playing QFG4 under DOSBox on my Mac a few days ago). The great thing about DOSBox is that some of the games play better under the emulation than on Windows (especially those games around the 1992-1993 time period which required a boot disk to play).

I'll probably eventually buy a copy of Gabriel Knight 1 from GOG since my copy of the game disappeared many years ago.

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Haha, I'm the same way. Its a good excuse to keep some of my old iBooks and other old hardware around. I've got a blueberry clamshell thats basically a dedicated Sim City 2000 machine.
My Gigabit PowerMac G4 is used to play an old game now and then. The last two games I played on it were Quest for Glory V and the original Diablo. I even have a bunch of early 90s Sierra games for the Mac, but the sound is somewhat odd sounding under OS 9.
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