To download the Instruction Manuals, right-click All-Manuals.zip and select Save Link As...

Once downloaded, then unzip All-Manuals.zip.

Mini vMac emulator

GOOD NEWS: It works. Easy to install. BAD NEWS: Black & white only.

 

(1) Right-click MVM-MAC-games.zip and select Save Link As...

(2) Unzip MVM-MAC-games.zip.

(3) Double-click Mini vMac.app. It will open with an annoying clang.

(4) Drag System.dsk onto the Mini vMac.app window.

(5) Drag 1-The Fools Errand.dsk onto the Mini vMac.app window.

(6) Drag 2-At the Carnival.dsk onto the Mini vMac.app window.

(7) Drag 3 in Three.dsk onto the Mini vMac.app window.

(8) Double-Click a game to open it.

(9) Under Game File, select Open to select a Saved Game.

You cannot double-click a Saved Game from the desktop to open that game.

(10) Use Quit in the Game menu to quit the game.

(14) To quit the desktop, press CTRL-Q, and while still holding the CTRL key, press Y.

Yes, the CTRL key.

Do not click the Close Window button in the upper right. It hates that.

 

Mac Classic

GOOD NEWS: It works. Has color. BAD NEWS: You must own a Mac running Classic Mode.

 

(1) Right-click CLASSIC-MAC-games.zip and select Save Link As...

(2) Then unzip CLASSIC-MAC-games.zip.

(3) Run the games with a 256-color setting.

Even The Fool’s Errand, which is black & white.

 

Other Emulators

I’ve heard tell of other applications, like Basilisk and Sheepshaver, but I don’t know much more than that.

 

Play it on Windows

Irony, my old friend, we meet again. Go to Windows Downloads.

 

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