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I want to be able to play Quagmire on my iMac.


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Hey people,

I was hunting down a game that I use to play many years ago, called Quagmire. I downloaded it and was really excited, but then remembered I couldn't run it on my iMac because it's really old and it's a classic application.

I've read about SheepShaver, but I'm kinda confused by it. Could someone please help? All I want to do is play Quagmire! Hahaha


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