I'm nostalgia-ing pretty hard right now. I've spent a week trying to find out the names of these games. I was young at the time and were most likely played on a 6100/66 during or after 1994. I probably got the demos from a MacAddict CD. In return I'll help name your unnamed games! Unnamed Game #1: 3D space flying game. 2001: A Space Odyssey style space station was the focus. You can dock at the center of the space station. Enemy ships attempt to steal sections of the space station ring. There were maybe 12 or 16 ring sections. If the enemy ship takes a section you can still destroy them and the section will fall back into place. Once you finish off the first wave of enemies, a single huge enemy ship flies in. There is some sort of time limit to defeat the huge enemy ship and I think destroying this ship involved firing at specific areas or placing bombs on the enemy ship. The huge enemy ship will tractor beam in all the sections of the station if you fail. Unnamed Game #2: Futuristic vehicle game. The bottom of your hover vehicle is bright green. Your hover vehicle had some sort of laser weapon that kills enemies was well as opens up secret pathways. There were power-ups and enemies scattered all through out the levels. The first level was a simple narrow track and was made of sections you had to jump between as track was floating in mid-air. One of the later levels was free-roam and much bigger. I remember spending hours not really getting anywhere on the later level.