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Jul 13, 2009



Stack Machine posted:

For emulation of classic 68000-based B&W macs, I suggest mini-vmac. In my limited experience playing one in-development game on Linux it has been much smoother than Basilisk II pretending to be an SE/30 or classic II.

https://www.gryphel.com/c/minivmac/

Seconding this. It can also be used to emulate a Macintosh II with full color support. Setting it up is a small hassle but it's worth it for the tiny overhead and high compatibility. It also lets you magnify the screen to get crisp, pixel-perfect upscaling, and change the processor speed in real-time.



For content, Dubbelmoral (pictured above), a fun little game where the goal is to get as drunk as possible while studying for your exams. Made by an independent Swedish developer, it strangely went viral for lack of a better term and become popular across the world, despite not having an English translation.

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