Mini vMac 3.5.7 Released

The Gryphel Project has announced the availability of a new version of Mini vMac, macintosh emulator.  Mini vMac 3.5.7 allows users to emulate a Macintosh Plus on a variety of platforms including Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.  A number of ports to other platforms are also available via the Grypel Project links page.

According to the posting on the Grypel Proroject website by Curator, Paul Pratt,

“Mini vMac 3.5.7 is now officially released. That is, it is now declared to be the stable version, with no change made to the source code or compiled applications. It is available from the main Mini vMac Download page. The Changes file lists what has changed since Mini vMac 3.4.1. The 3.5 branch began June 27, 2016, entered beta April 2, 2017, and 3.5.7 was created July 9, 2017. “

You can download Mini vMac from the Grypel Website at:


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