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Software Library: Macintosh

A collection of emulated software for the early Macintosh computer, created by Apple as the successor to the Apple II series. Simple, powerful and a new path in computing, the Macintosh's graphics-based operating system changed the face of computing permanently.



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Software Library: Macintosh
by Craig Hickman
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This is the non-commercial 1989 version of Kid Pix.
Topics: game, Kid Pix
Software Library: Macintosh
by Borderbund
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Kid Pix 1.1 is the commercial version of the public domain Kid Pix written by Craig Hickman. It's a painting application program in which you can create pop art in a matter of seconds, then dynamite it. Interesting & Useless Note: If you need to later depersonalize Kid Pix (versions 1.1 and 1.2), open it with ResEdit and delete the kiD resource.
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Topics: game, Kid Pix
Software Library: Macintosh
by Broderbund
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Kid Pix Studio is a creativity computer game which updates the look of the previous Kid Pix 2 version with new animation tools, including Moopies, Stampinator, and playing with the Digital Puppets. Moopies is where the child draws a moving picture using the “wacky brush”. Stamps can also be placed in the Moopies section as well. 28 animated patterns and textures are used for the wacky brush tool. Stampinator allows the child to make stamps animate in a path, in which they loop back and...
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Topics: game, Kid Pix
Software Library: Macintosh
by Orange Cherry Software
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1993 Classic Mac children's game.
Topic: game
Software Library: Macintosh
by Michael A. Casteel and Dave Elward
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Klondike 4.0 by Michael A. Casteel and Dave Elward of Unison Software, released in 1989.