Games for Classic Macintosh

Macintosh Classic is a personal computer developed by Apple in 1990. Apple developers drove for lower-cost options to build market share and increase demand; they introduced a series of low-cost machines with color graphics for small business use. The Macintosh Classic is the first machine that has the original Macintosh startup sound. A feature unique to the Classic model is its capability of booting from ROM by holding down command-option-x-o at startup. This combination was designed explicitly for Macs. Along with that, Apple released several actions, shooter, arcade and adventure games such as Pathways into Darkness, Pararena, Bubble Trouble, SimTower, and Power Pete. Some of them were developed exclusively for Mac; some were later improved. The graphics and gameplay in each one are simple but elegant.