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Running classic Mac apps on an Intel Mac


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I'm desperately trying to get Gizmos & Gadgets to run under emulation, but, well, that doesn't seem to work.

Basilisk crashes as soon as the game loads.

Are there any other ways to get classic apps running on an Intel mac?

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I dunno if this would work but you can always try SheepShaver and see if it'll do the trick. If it doesn't, you might have to look for an older Mac somewhere.

Intel hardware is totally incompatible with OS 9 and the Classic environment apps to start with...
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Woo hoo! SheepShaver worked.

Got a copy of the PowerMac G3 ROM (My G3 doesn't work anymore, but it's still in my possession, so, I'm in the clear there.)

Already had an OS 9 disc, and finally got it working, so, I'm totally rocking early/mid 90's educational titles.

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