Trying to Remember Old Mac Game -- Keywords- Alien, Beam, Tomato, Farm

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  1. thepinkdahlia macrumors newbie

    thepinkdahlia

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    I used to play this game on my Dad's old Powerbook G3/G4. It came standard on that Mac(Like Nanosaur and Marble Blast, etc..) I remember it had an intro video that pertained to space/leaving one's home planet. It wasn't a space game though. It took place on what I remember to be a farm. There were giant vegetables. It was pretty quirky. I remember that if the spaceship caught you, you would get beamed up.

    Any help would be appreciated, even if you don't remember the name but have played the game before and can help me with more search terms, etc., I would be very grateful. It's driving me crazy not knowing the name(like laying awake at night thinking about it crazy) and parents are getting tired of me asking them about things they remember about the game. I'm rambling now...sorry

    :) -Ry
     
  2. thepinkdahlia thread starter macrumors newbie

    thepinkdahlia

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    Thank you!! Now I can enjoy an uninterrupted night's sleep!
    :) -Ry
     
  3. nagromme macrumors G5

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    It's one I'd like to see on iPhone. They're bringing Cro-Mag Rally--why not some other Pangea games?

    I enjoyed Otto Matic but never got around to progressing very far.
     
  4. Chone macrumors 65816

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    I think a game like Enigmo would be better suited for the iPhone. In my opinion Enigmo and Power Pete (now called Mighty Mike) were the only truly outstanding games Pangea made, Cro-Mag wasn't too bad but it lacked better driving physics and less of the annoying stuff like picking up arrowheads, Bugdom was fun too.

    EDIT: Woops I just realized Enigmo IS available for the iPhone, good call then :). Also, Cro-Mag Rally and Enigmo really fit the iPhone, controlling a 3D platformer on the iPhone would be pretty tricky business I think.
     

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