Mac - 1995
Description of Power Pete
Power Pete (aka Mighty Mike) is a video game published in 1995 on Mac by MacPlay. It's an action game, set in an arcade and shooter themes.
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Jack Rainer 2022-01-08 5 points
Free open-source version that runs on Mac OS X / 11 and 64-bit Windows systems is available here https://www.pangeasoft.net/mightymike/download.html
Kingstatus402 2021-08-07 0 point
Does anyone know where I can find a physical copy of power Pete For macintosh computer I greatly appreciate it
Kelipi 2021-06-24 1 point
This youtube video helped me get it working https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY3pjSGg1y4&ab_channel=AlexElectronics
Imagine 2020-05-19 -3 points
For those of you only seeing .ds_store, download Stuffit Deluxe v5.5 and do the same process. It worked for me this way. Stuffit Deluxe serial number is a file in the same folder the installer is in. Good luck gamers.
gray4420 2018-04-05 1 point
Actually...never mind. Extracting that other game must have slapped my computer awake or something, cuz it just extracted PP perfectly......like there was never a problem at all. ???? I didn't change anything or do anything different......I have no idea. But I'm playing now! Thanks.
gray4420 2018-04-05 0 point
So a different mac game, (Quarterstaff) extracted perfectly. There's gotta be something different about this file....
gray4420 2018-03-27 2 points
I put the downloaded .sit on my faux mac hard drive. Stuffit expander is installed, I drag the .sit to it. Then a new folder "Power Pete" appears. There is nothing inside it but .ds_store. I have also tried running expander and running the .sit from the program itself. Am I missing something. Please help if you can, I really wanna play this.
gray4420 2018-03-26 0 point
Yeah, I got a running os7.5.3 in Basilisk II, with Stuffit Expander 5.5, and this SIT file is just not extracting....I've been at it for hours and I think there is actually something wrong with this file.
Paul 2016-05-27 1 point
In case you didn't know, this will only run on old Power PC Macs. If you have an Intel mac (which means Macs released after 2006, I think), this won't run.
You can only do it by using an emulator such as Sheepshaver or Basilisk, but even that is tricky to set up. I struggled for hours last year to make it work with Power Pete.
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