While Che: Part 1 detailed Guevara’s successful revolution in Cuba, and Che: Part 2 details his unsuccessful revolution in Boliva which led to his death, there was left out the story of his life before Bolivia, where in 1965, Che Guevara traveled to Africa and to the Congo to try to lead a revolution to overthrow the government to form Africa’s first community country. Most of it is listed in Che’s ‘Congo Diaries’ book.
Microshaft Winblows 98 is a spoof on the Microsoft Windows 98 operating system. It is a collection of small games and other interactive activities that spoof Microsoft, Windows, and Bill Gates. (MobyGames)
Hybrid Mac/PC .iso image, compressed with StuffIt 5.5
Architecture: 68k PPC
A 33 MHz 68040 processor (PowerPC processor recommended)
16 MB RAM
20 MB free hard disk spaaaaaace
A double speed CD-ROM (quad speed recommended)
Mac OS 7.1 (7.5 or later recommended)
The infamous commercial Playstation emulator for Mac OS 9! Pretty decent compatibility. Lived a short life, as Sony and their team of lawyers moved in quickly to kill this, and in the end, bought the program from a financially exhausted Connectix, and locked it away in a vault. Sad story, really.
Works only in classic Mac OS on G3 and G4 Macs. Not compatible with OS X. I will eat my hat if this works in an emulator.
Alternative Download Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?znzcatohnmz
Note The Mediafire DL is of a 42.3 MB zipped .toast archive. This is Version 1.41 – September 15, 2000. – Its an original full PC/Mac Hybrid CD Image. Unzip and rename the “.toast” suffix to “.iso” to burn and access on a PC (discard and ignore the “_MacOSX” folder extracted from the zip file, this was zipped on an OS X machine and there’s some artifacts left behind).
The user manual is located on the PC side of the .toast DL (didn’t see one on the Mac side) so have added it above, its for both Mac & PC versions.
A-10 Cuba! was the long awaited sequel to the original A-10 Attack! flight simulator. A-10 Cuba! had the same impressive flight model as its predecessor, except the graphics had become significantly more detailed and thus required a computer with a bit more power. Graphical and other improvements included tire smoke when landing or skidding, runway taxi-way lighting, the Air Combat Command insignia on most U.S. aircraft, increased number of polygons (making objects appear much more round than they appeared in A-10 Attack!), and weapon damage was significantly upgraded (increased realism) and ground vehicle physics were more realistic.
Serial numbers (unique number needed for network play):
To change the serial number, trash the “A-10 Cuba Prefs!” file at System Folder/Preferences/Parsoft ƒ.
The interactive cockpit doesn’t seem to work right under SheepShaver, but everything else looks good. There might be a way to get it working yet.
Meridian 59 was the first 3D massively multiplayer game, released in 1996. It’s back, and it’s free to play!
What makes Meridian fun is the small community of players you’ll meet every time you log in. Build up your character by fighting monsters and working together with others to solve puzzles. But watch your back: Meridian has a well-balanced player-versus-player combat system that will keep you coming back for more long after you’ve mastered the game world.
If you know Hoffman’s back story, you know he was found dead on the bathroom floor of his apartment with a needle in his arm. He would have been 47 years old this past July. So if you’re a fan, it’s difficult to watch without some anger at the loss of such talent.