I spent the last couple of days working on a new web version of an ancient Macintosh game titled “MacBugs!”. It was sort of a Centipede style shooting game from the mid-1980′s, and one that I spent hours and hours playing as a kid. I loved it (and still do), which is why I made this. Continue reading →
Join me as I screw around, talk nonsense, and play some random games on my Amiga 1000. Totally unprepared, off the cuff video right here. Now in full 1080 HD w/ stereo sound! Pop them headphones on for maximum coolness.
There have been times where I have felt like it’s a personal mission of mine to find new shareware games that I missed out on growing up. Now, I don’t know if anyone else can relate, but only once you’ve tried following hyperlinks from the ancient internet, do you find that a lot of the old stuff is gone. Some of the more popular old-time websites can still be accessed through the Wayback Machine, but even so it is comparable to digging through the internet’s dumpster.
It could be said that I’m not the biggest fan of App Store games. There are in my opinion very few actual good games, floating in a sea of bad ones. The market is oversaturated, and it only gets worse as each day goes by.
The games I do enjoy are very few and far between, but Lep’s World (actually called Super Jump World when I first discovered it) is one that I do like. It’s easy enough to dismiss Lep’s World as a shameless Super Mario rip off, but underneath its very obvious cover, there is what I find to be a fun game.
There isn’t much replay value in Lep’s World, with the game simply deleting your saved game after completion of all 40 levels, but the game does get pretty challenging about halfway through. The very late levels in the game feel tacked on though, and are just slightly more difficult versions of early levels; I didn’t enjoy them as much. Continue reading →
100 days. It’s been 100 days now since my last episode of the Classic Mac Gameplays show, and as sad as it is for me to call it quits for that show, it brings a huge sense of relief with it. You see, I have a tendency to take on more than I can handle, and at times it gets overwhelming to the point where I want to do so much that I end up doing nothing. I had 3 online video series that I have been trying to keep up with: Classic Mac Games, Classic Mac Gameplays, and Killgruz Videos (my everything else videos), and realistically at this point in time I think I can only handle one at a time, and I choose Killgruz Videos. Continue reading →
Killgruz.com has been on the back burner for a while now that I’m back in school, but it is in no way dying off. I’ve been moving a considerable amount of the Macintosh related posts to their new home on ClassicMacGames.com, so right now this place looks a little bare. Continue reading →