The Internet Archive adds early Macintosh software to its ever growing library

Some time ago we mentioned some of the best websites to play classic retro systems online. Systems such as the CPC, NES, MSX and loads more were completely playable directly through your browser. One such site called "The Internet Archive" had a massive game list from the 1970's through to the 1990's, all emulated in JSMAME containing hundreds of titles from text based software to games. Well they've just gone one big step further and have now added early Macintosh Emulation to their ever growing archive.

The early Macintosh released in the 1980's might look like one of the most uninspiring computers of the time with its garish looks, but this computer gave me hours of enjoyment as I was growing up. It was meant to be used as a business computer by my step dad, but most of the time when I had the chance I was on it playing brilliant games such as Dark Castle and Gemstone, designed in a black and white pallet like someone used a pencil and a ruler. So now you too have the chance to experience this era of gaming, as the internet archive have made some of the software playable through their online emulation.

- Thanks to Bluesnews for the heads up!

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