Tag: Macintosh

Ample 0.240 Released

Kelvin Sherlock has announced the immediate release of the AMPLE Apple specific front end interface for MAME. This interface runs under Mac OS X version 10.11 and later and provides the user an easy to use interface with all of the Apple I, II and III series computers, Apple II clones, and early Macintosh related […]

New Release of Ample 0.236

Kelvin Sherlock has released a new release of the Ample MAME Interface version 0.236. The previously released version was having a problem with a missing file that was due to a build time problem. The issue has since been corrected and Ample 0.236-1 released. You can download Ample 0.236-1 and the source code for the […]

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 […]