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Section - 24. I always loved playing [Pacman, Star Wars, Frogger, etc.] at the arcade. Is there a Mac version?

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Probably.  John Komp maintains a list of Mac versions of various 80's
arcade games, and Peter Cohen has made it available on the WWW at
<http://www.tikkabik.com/mac_arcade.html>.  You can also send email with
the subject "Mac Arcade List Please" to him at <jk0101@medtronic.com>.

>From  John's Arcade List:
"If you can't quite remember how your favorite arcade game of your
childhood worked, check out KLOV (Killer List Of Videogames) on
wiretap.spies.com. It contains nice descriptions of the original
games, including information about who marketed each game, and
who received licensing from whom. I believe the directory is:
<ftp://wiretap.spies.com/>."

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