Tag: Macintosh

37 Years of Emulation on the M1 Mac

For those who love emulation, especially Macintosh Emulation, this one will be right up your alley. Kyle Fox has posted a picture of Shadowgate (Mac 68K version) running on the M1 Macintosh. In order to get there, he had to jump through a few hoops and architectures. The game Shadowgate itself was released in 1987 […]

The RetroMacCast Episode 560 — Three Cat Maximum

The 560th episode of the RetroMacCast has been posted to the RetroMacCast website. In this episode, James and John talk about their eBay finds including: MacEffects Mac Portable 8MB card, computer lot, and PowerBook 550c. John also takes the time to talk about a SCSI hard drive replacement, and news includes the Action Retro Libretto Hackintosh, System 7 Today return, Lisa X […]

ColdMac 10

If you think it is cold where you live, you might try living in Boston in the dead of winter. To top that, MacFixer (@macfixr or https://www.macfixer.com) is doing their annual Put the Macintosh out in the cold and see if it survives trick. Only, this is no ordinary trick. ColdMac 10 is a 2009 […]

RaSCSI Available for Older Macs

The RaSCSI board is now available for old Macs. You could potentially emulate HD’s and CDROM’s with it.RaSCSI is a virtual SCSI device emulator that runs on a Raspberry Pi. It can emulate multiple SCSI devices concurrently, provides a control interface to attach / detach drives, as well as insert and eject removable media. Simply […]

KiGB Gameboy Emulator Updated

Richard Bannister has updated his KiGB Gameboy Emulator for Mac OS X. KiGB version 2.0.7 introduces several changes including the following new features: Optional Super Gameboy emulation. Motion sensor support (Kirby Tilt & Tumble). Game Genie and Game Shark support. KiGB requires the end user to supply their own Gameboy cartridge images but the program […]

MacCast Episode # 744 Released

The MacCast, A podcast that covers all things Macintosh, has released their 744th episode. The current Adam Christianson produced episode of the MacCast covers: Apple’s 2Q 2020 Earnings. Lots of new names coming to Apple TV+. The updated 13-inch MacBook Pro. Apple addresses AirPods Pro issues. New iPad in 2020. Don’t Panic, you have an […]

Clock.Signal Emulator Updated

The Clock.Signal Emulator for Mac OS X, which emulates a host of platforms has been updated. The latest release by Tom Harte, Clock.Signal’s curator, includes the following fixes: adds volume controls; corrects a bug in Apple II NIB handling that could cause a crash for some track layouts; and introduces a preliminary attempt at OPLL […]