Apple Mac Compact Games

The following is a list of Apple Mac Compact Games in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other games may have been published. If you have any games or software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 17 Apple Mac Compact Games in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
A-Train Date: 1992 A-Train

A-Train was a series of business simulation video games that were originally developed by Artdink in Japan, with the first game in the series published in 1985

Software House: Ocean
Author: Artdink / Maxis

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Curse of the Azure Bonds Date: 1989 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Curse of the Azure Bonds

Curse of the Azure Bonds is a role-playing video game  It is the second in a four-part series of Forgotten Realms Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Gold Box adventure& ...

Software House: Strategic Simulations Inc. (SSI)
Author: Keith Brors, Paul Murray, Jim Jennings

American McGee's Alice (No Disc) Date: 2001 American McGee's Alice (No Disc)

Join Alice for a return trip to a wickedly deformed Wonderland

Software House: ASPYR
Author: American McGee

Another World Date: 1990 Another World

Another World, known as Out of This World in North America, was a 1991 cinematic platformer action-adventure game designed by Éric Chahi and publish ...

Software House: Delphine Software
Author: Éric Chahi

Beyond Dark Castle Date: 1987 Beyond Dark Castle

Beyond Dark Castle was an action adventure computer game, released for Macintosh in 1987 by Silicon Beach Software

Software House: Silicon Beach Software
Author: Jonathan Gay

Cogito Date: 1992 Cogito

Cogito Kalisto

Software House: Atreid Concept
Author: Jerome Cretaux

Lemmings Date: 1992 Lemmings

Lemmings is a puzzle video game developed by DMA Design in Dundee and published by Psygnosis for the Apple Macintosh

Software House: Psygnosis
Author: DMA Design / Softline

Lemmings Double Pack Date: 1992 Lemmings Double Pack

Lemmings Double Pack for Apple Macintosh contains the original Lemmings and  Oh No! More Lemmings

Software House: Psygnosis
Author: DMA Design / Softline

Pingu & Friends Date: 1999 Pingu & Friends

10 fun activities, play and learn with Pingu and his friends, Narrated by Felicity kendal

Software House: BBC
Author: Workhouse

Prince of Persia Date: 1992 Prince of Persia

Prince of Persia was a series of action-adventure gamescentred around various incarnations of the Prince of Persia

Software House: Broderbund and Electronic Arts
Author: Scott Shumway, Presage Software Development

Red Baron Date: 1990 Red Baron

Red Baron was a combat flight simulation video game for MS-DOS published by Sierra On-Line in 1990 and created by Damon Slye at Dynamix

Software House: Sierra On-Line
Author: Damon Slye, Dynamix

Sid Meier's Colonization Date: 1994 Sid Meier's Colonization

Sid Meier's Colonization: Create a New Nation was a turn-based strategy game by Brian Reynolds and Sid Meier released by MicroProse in 1994

Software House: Microprose
Author: Brian Reynolds

SimAnt Date: 1991 SimAnt

SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony was a life simulation video game by Maxis released in  1991 and designed by Will Wright

Software House: Ocean
Author: Will Wright, Maxis

SimEarth Date: 1992 SimEarth

SimEarth is a life simulation video game, published in 1990 by Maxis and the second Sim title designed by Will Wright

Software House: Broderbund
Author: Will Wright, Maxis

Space Quest IV Date: 1991 Space Quest IV

Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers was a graphic adventure game with full speech support and Laugh-In announcer Gary Owens as the voice of the narrator

Software House: Sierra
Author: Scott Murphy and Doug Oldfield

The Lost Treasures Of Infocom Date: 1991 The Lost Treasures Of Infocom

The Lost Treasures of Infocom is a compilation of 20  interactive fiction games developed by Infocom and  published in 1991 by Activision for MS-DOS, Apple ...

Software House: Activision
Author: Infocom

V For Victory: Market Garden Date: 1993 V For Victory: Market Garden

V For Victory: Market Garden was the third part of the V for Victory World War II video game series

Software House: Electronic Arts
Author: Atomic Games

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