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    Quote Originally Posted by Neurotic Daffy kid View Post
    So is my step-dad. The rest of us are storing up for the lack of attention we will get once it comes out.
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    Just thinking about old games that I loved....

    Does anyone remember the Myst and Riven series? I used to love those games, I wonder if they're available for Mac. The Math Blasters series were awesome too, and this old DOS game: Treasure Cove. Probably the best games to come out when I was in grade school... Also, this cooky game called Connections or something for like, Windows 95.

    I wish there was a way you could still play old-school games like that on modern computers, they were so low-tech but so awesome!

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    I'm sure if searched around you might be able to order them for your comp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quantum Witch View Post
    Just thinking about old games that I loved....

    Does anyone remember the Myst and Riven series? I used to love those games, I wonder if they're available for Mac. The Math Blasters series were awesome too, and this old DOS game: Treasure Cove. Probably the best games to come out when I was in grade school... Also, this cooky game called Connections or something for like, Windows 95.

    I wish there was a way you could still play old-school games like that on modern computers, they were so low-tech but so awesome!
    you can probably download them, as well as a DOS emulator for Mac (I'm not Mac-savvy, so I don't know of any). In recent years, I've been able to find most of the games I played as a kid.


    As for me, I'm trying to avoid computer games for now, as I'm trying to focus on having a social life, lol. I'm a Sims girl, all the way, and can spend well over 10 hours a day playing. I've been good so far, I haven't even installed any Sims games since I bought this computer over a year ago.

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    SIMS is no doubt a fantastic game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quantum Witch View Post
    Just thinking about old games that I loved....

    Does anyone remember the Myst and Riven series? I used to love those games, I wonder if they're available for Mac. The Math Blasters series were awesome too, and this old DOS game: Treasure Cove. Probably the best games to come out when I was in grade school... Also, this cooky game called Connections or something for like, Windows 95.

    I wish there was a way you could still play old-school games like that on modern computers, they were so low-tech but so awesome!
    You can get all of the Myst series for the Mac except Uru: Ages Beyond Myst if you shop around a bit online. I loved the entire series except for Uru, which I have yet to play.
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