MS DOS Game Emulator PowerPC

I think it’s time to introduce some games to our blog…and I’m pleased to present to you a DOS Game Emulator.

Boxer – – Boxer plays all the MS-DOS games of your misspent youth on your Mac.

Free Classic Games –


Solitaire Game for Mac PowerPC

I’m not sure about you, but one of my favorite games on windows 98 was definitely Solitaire!  I could spend hours (at work) playing this game…and I miss it!  I decided to share a few versions of this old skool game, that still run on our PowerPC Macs.

* Klondike Forever – (Free) 1.3.6 – – PowerPC friendly, works on 10.4 / 10.5 (Tiger / Leopard).

* Solitare XL – (Free) 1.1.8 – – PowerPC friendly, works on 10.4 / 10.5 (Tiger / Leopard) – Solitaire XL has been discontinued. 😦 Developer’s web-site –

* Klondike – (Shareware) 10.4 – – PowerPC friendly also works on 10.4 / 10.5 (Tiger / Leopard).

* Klondike 9.1 – works on PowerPC Mac OS X

* Kolndike 7.7.1 – works on all Macintosh system from the 68K MacPlus to Mac OS X.


Now it’s time to have some fun and remember just how fabulous the 90s were!  Happy solitairing!!!

ScreenFlow – Create Professional Screen Recordings on PowerPC

There are many reasons for why you should have a good application to screen recordings.  I think the most popular reason would be for podcasting as you’ll need an application more advanced than Quicktime screen recorder, that allows you to better edit your video.  For me, ScreenFlow was very competent and easily ran on my PowerPC.

*ScreenFlow 2.1.10 (Demo – $99.00) – PowerPC – Leopard 10.5 – – It’s very dynamic,easy to use screen recording application.  The interface it’s very clean and a fter afew hours of playing with it, you probably will feel very comfortable with its features and effects.  This reminds me a little bit of GarageBand and it’s easy to add additional voice recorder, music, images and let your imagination flow.  The results will be a very professional video.  ScreenFlow also helps you in publishing your clips to web-sites/blogs or to Youtube/Vimeo.  If you have a PowerPC Mac with web-cam and a good microphone, and feel like you want to podcast or create tutorials, we encourage you to give ScreenFlow a try.  If the results are satisfactory, send your clips to us and we will share them on our Facebook/Twitter page.

P.S.: Before you purchase this application contact Telestream and make sure that they are still providing serial-numbers for the version 2.1.10.

Version: 2.1.10 here:

Boot your PowerPC from a USB for Mac PowerPC

Through my epic research, I found great information that I want to share with all of you.  Last year I unsuccessfully tried to find information on how to boot my iBook G4 from a USB.  If you have a PowerPC (most models) it won’t boot from a USB but I found a Ben Collins’ blog that teaches you how to do it, step by step.  Just follow the info in this link, and I know you will find the answer to your prayers!

* Boot from USB: