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121. E-Jay Mix (Mac)
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122. Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS Remote
123. Appleworks 6.2.4 Office
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124. Ford Racing 2 (Mac)
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125. Knight Shift (Mac)
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126. Warrior Kings (Mac)
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127. Max Payne (Mac)
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128. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
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129. Aladdin Syst INTERNET CLEANUP
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130. WiFi Locator
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131. F/A-18 Korea Gold (Mac)
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132. Photo Objects 50,000 Vol 1
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133. Bionicle: The Game DVD-ROM (Mac)
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134. Master Of Orion 3 (Mac)
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135. Ghost Master (Mac)
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136. Omnipage Pro X
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137. Power ON Now Up to Date &
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138. MYOB FirstEdge (Mac) - Small Business
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139. Team Sabre: Black Hawk Down Expansion
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140. REALbasic 5.5 (Mac)

121. E-Jay Mix (Mac)

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Asin: B00011CRS6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 5088
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Features

  • Perform live Techno scratching as your mix grooves
  • It works and sounds just like the real thing, only you control it in real time with the Mouse
  • Create Professional sounding Techno mixes by dragging Audio loops, samples and sound effects into the 8-track sequencer
  • Includes over 3,000 professionally recorded audio samples to get you started
  • Create your own audio samples in the Digital Recording studio, then add them to your mixes

122. Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS Remote Control Sofware One License
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Asin: B00005Q5IR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: NETOPIA
Sales Rank: 9428
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123. Appleworks 6.2.4 Office

Asin: B000067FK5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 4053
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

AppleWorks 6.2 combines six core capabilities--word processing, page layout, painting, spreadsheet, database, and presentation--in one easy application. By seamlessly integrating these capabilities with Apple's QuickTime digital technologies, AppleWorks 6.2 makes it easy to incorporate text, spreadsheets, digital photos, images, sounds, and movies into a single document.

Sharing documents is a breeze with AppleWorks 6.2. New translators for Microsoft Word and Excel files let you open and modify these files from within AppleWorks. You can even save AppleWorks documents in these formats to share with friends and colleagues.

If you're running AppleWorks 6.2 on Mac OS X you'll notice additional benefits. Preemptive multitasking means that you can work on AppleWorks projects while iTunes rips your CD collection in the background, and your system will still stay responsive. The advanced Quartz graphics system in Mac OS X lets you save your print previews of any AppleWorks document as a PDF file. Anyone with Adobe Acrobat Reader on any platform can view and print these PDF files.

An expanding library of templates--stored on the Internet--can be downloaded via AppleWorks 6.2 without launching a browser or decompressing files. Many of the templates are designed by affiliated organizations, such as the AppleWorks Users Group, and new templates are added regularly. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good software, well, the best for me.
It is amazing software, really smart and pleasure to use. There are some things to improve to my taste, but overall it is definitely worth the money. In two hours of the actual using it appears by far more convenient that notorious MS Office. Extremely rich applications fulfilled by right tools. It is not overwhelmed with unneeded garbage but with smart and well organized things.
As one reviewer has mentioned it isn't Word. it is better. You don't have a filling that some one staying and breathing into your neck.
BTW, MS Word brought wrong habits and misleading conceptions, but if you know how to work , this one is much more productive tool.
All pieces well coordinated and inter working.
Very recommend. The interface a bit different and a few things to learn, but since you started to use it there is no way to back to MS Office. MS Office has more features in the same way as track has more horsepower, but will you drive it on vacation rather than coupe ?
One more thing to say, there is no any issues with MS Office compatibility. I converted many different documents and had no difficulties at all.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's not Word.
Let me make one thing clear: AppleWorks is not Microsoft Word. It is not Microsoft Office. And it is not a substitute for Word or Office, just as a Honda Civic isn't a substitute for a Hummer. It is, however, much easier to use, much less intrusive, and much less expensive. If you need Microsoft Office's features, by all means buy a copy. If you need to exchange files with Office users, it's probably a good idea to buy Office. But If you need to get work done quickly and easily, grab a copy of AppleWorks. All the modules (Word processor, graphics, spreadsheet, and presentation) are seamlessly integrated. Screen clutter is minimal (though the toolbars could be smaller.) Basic (and I stress basic) compatibility with Word and Excel files is included. But its strongest point is its ability to stay out of your way: it doesn't try to reformat your work to suit it's own ends, or make grammatical decisions for you, and the on-line help is helpful, not intrusive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use with many good features.
A great application. If you don't want to spend the extra money and get Office X then this is the application for you. It's very easy to use and has a lot of great features like templates and clip art plus, you can make your own templates and clip art. It has many features that Office X has except it doesn't have grammar check. That is the only draw back but half the time I never paid attention to it when using Office 2000 for windows so this isn't a big deal for me. I have converted many documents from Office 2000 to AppleWorks with no problems. I also use it for college and I have yet to feel the need to get Office X. Some other features it has are spell check, a word counter, and it can read back your documents to you!! Try it out. You won't be sorry! I use this application on an iBook running Mac OS X 10.2.4

5-0 out of 5 stars Great upgrade from office mac
I am a computer programmer and have been using MS Office since office 97 was released. I bought an Ibook 2 weeks ago in order to get away from the Wintel platform (and Linux too). The appleworks program is great it lets me create documents that MS Office can read and will also open MS documents. AppleWorks (as far as I can tell) has all the power of MS Office and is way easier to use. I have only been using it for a couple of weeks and can already create better documents faster using appleworks. I have not used the presentation part of AppleWorks yet but I assume its as good as the rest but, for presentations I reccommend keynote.

5-0 out of 5 stars Well worth your money!
...Appleworks Office does everything I want an office program to do and it's stable and reliable. (I'm running system 9.2 on a G4). Another reviewer claims it isn't compatable with other programs, but fails to give any useful specifics, such as what programs and how it isn't compatable with them. I ignored that review and bought this software, and I'm glad I did. ... Read more


124. Ford Racing 2 (Mac)
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Asin: B0002IWYKE
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 7813
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Solid Game with only a few flaws
Ford Racing 2 helps fill a hole in mac gaming, namely the lack of racing games. Great graphics, fairly good sound. It's main weakness is playability hampered by extremely sensitive keyboard controls that make you crash your car from side to side, like you have a high blood alcohol level. Unfortunately, the in game controls are not helpful, but you can adjust the keyboard response rate in System X's System Preferences. Ideally a wheel should be used with this game, though at this point I can't justify the expense and with some practice and frustration you can control the cars with a keyboard.Also,the physics model is not very realistic in that no damage shows up, no matter how much you run in to walls or cars. Ferral's racing games get better and better, and I would recommend this game to someone that enjoys racing games and has a fair amount of patience. ... Read more


125. Knight Shift (Mac)
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Asin: B0007OVIO6
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Freeverse Software
Sales Rank: 10402
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Features

  • Over 20 various thrilling missions, allowing for hundreds of quests
  • More then 80 different characters and creatures

126. Warrior Kings (Mac)
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Asin: B00008YGOR
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 7976
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supports up to 8 simultaneous online players
  • In a world of knights and demons, you must restore a kingdom to its former glory
  • A true 3D game environment with terrain that allows for actual strategic advantage
  • Interface that enables intuitive play by using positive visual cues
  • A continuously complex game path; historically accurate, rich graphics; a choice of 3 races to join

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars It really kinda sucks
im not usally so negative but this game really sucks. The Graphics are dated. The engine runs worse than windows 2000 (sorry windows fans but its true). The units run too slow. the maps are too small or too big. the econmy is confusing. The AI is horrible. The only good point is when u fight major battles with a ton of units thats really cool. please whatever you do dont buy this game! ... Read more


127. Max Payne (Mac)
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Asin: B00008QUXG
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 1663
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Such delicious fun.
Max Payne is one of those rare games that does everything right. Great plot, amazingly fun, and it doesn't take itself seriously at all. You are Max Payne -- an ex-cop whose family was killed by junkies. As the game's plot unfolds, you are sucked into a conspiracy that takes you from exacting your revenge on petty mob bosses all the way up to those responsible for ruining you. The game's Bullet Time system gives you the edge you need to defeat the hordes of mobsters, mercenaries, and more sent to stop you from discovering the truth about your past. I also highly recommend downloading the Kung Fu mod, which essentially turns Max into Neo. This game is worth every cent. ... Read more


128. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (Mac)
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Asin: B00006661R
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Aspyr Media
Sales Rank: 2468
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't Deserve a Medal
This game is ok and can be entertaining - but hardly a classic deserving more than 4 stars. Its just an average game and that's why I went with 3 stars. I'm surprised at the number of great reviews, and perhaps the reviews pumped up my expectations, but I'm left disappointed by the overall game's experience.

PROS: The graphics are great and the plot is historically interesting - especially if you like WWII type games

CONS: Boring weapons (that hardly ever change), no gore, parts of the game oftentimes seem way to hard or way to easy.

If you like the realistic things this game brings to the table historically with the plot, weapons, etc you'll enjoy it. Otherwise I would suggest you skip it. The game has left me very disappointed. There are so many FPS out there and I don't see how this one deserves a medal outside of the graphics. As examples - I thought Soldier of Fortune II and Return to Castle Wolf were all around better experiences. Both of these games were constantly absorbing me and scaring the heck out of me. With Media of Honor I feel like I am playing a lame Quake 3 WWII mod with limited weapons and linear action.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good game!
Medal of Honor Allied Assault is a fairly good game. The combat situations are fairly realistic, along with the sound affects, and once again a great music score.

Gameplay: I though the gameplay of allied Assult was pretty fun. I mean how could running around shooting-up Nazi's NOT be fun? Though the combat in general is pretty realistic for a game, once again the running around by yourself killing 250 Nazi's isn't. It's pretty much impossible if you not at a machine-gun nest in real life. If Allied Assault had more combat with your brothers-in-arms that would rock! Which I have heard there is in Spearhead, Allied Assault's expansion. The controls were good for me, but if find there not for yourself they can be customizied. Which is very handy. Most of the levels in Allied Assaul are fun. From peration Torch to Operation Overlord and more.

Score/Sound Effects: Wonderful. The sounds of the the gun and everything are realistic. And like al MOH games the score is great.

Graphics: The graphics are a bit dated. Not the best but thhere okay.

Multiplayer: Awsome! You can play as Axis or Allies and there are plenty of maps. plus you can choose your player model.

Overal: Well there are a few things I dont like, I think all-in-all it's worth it's mone and will provide fun for sometime!

4-0 out of 5 stars Demanding but immersive
First off, let me just start by saying that MOH is the most well-written FPS out there. The story line continues from mission to mission and doesn't resort to the shambling zombies and cyborg enemies that another "WWII-era" FPS does (initials RTCW?). While I will admit that the Normandy Beach mission does seem lifted right out of Saving Private Ryan, it does lead on to some very interesting hedgerow missions.

That said, there are some problems that I'd like to discuss in this review. For starters, there's game performance. I own a PowerMac G4 867DP (MDD) with a GeForce MX440 32MB card and 1GB RAM. This was a heavy-duty machine when MOH came out. And I get frame rate drops all the time, even with resolution at medium, detail at medium, and resolution at only 1024x768 (sub 30fps numbers). This is compared with >45 fps with RTCW on max settings at 1024x768 res (Both are based on the Quake3 engine BTW). The game almost drops to 1fps briefly when you hit a checkpoint. I have upgraded to the latest version which is supposed to include routines that allow for both of my processors to be utilized, but this hasn't made much impact on the gameplay.

Second off, the graphics at the resolution I've had to play (as mentioned above) aren't as impressive as the box art, and the colors are not as deep. The texture mapping is poor, and granted this is an effect of both the lower memory of my Apple GeForce card and my settings, it is kind of disappointing.

Third, and final, the game can be astonishingly hard (I had to replay the Normandy Beach mission 8-9 times before I got past the beachhead into the bunker) even on the easy setting. It is no walk in the park like RTCW.

Getting back to some pros and leaving the cons aside, the missions are engrossing. The mission where you sabotage a U-boat by infiltrating the base as a Nazi officer and then getting discovered when you plant the first explosive is great -- and I had almost sadistic fun intentionally blowing my cover and anhillating the whole base with an MP40. The sniper alley mission in Normandy is impressively difficult but very satisfying to beat (hint: you don't have to kill EVERY Nazi but it is fun to do so!).

The sound effects are excellent too. The "ping!" of an M1 clip running out, the "rat-tat-tat" of the Thompson, and the "crack!" of a KAR-98 sniper rifle are more realistic than the sounds from RTCW.

The weapons selections are a history buff's fantasy. You get to use the following:
US Army: M1911A1 .45 cal pistol, M1 Garand rifle, Browning Automatic Rifle, Springfield Sniper rifle, Winchester Pump 12 Ga. shotgun, Thompson .45 cal SMG, US "Bazooka" antitank rocket, and Browning .50 cal machine gun.
Axis: Luger 9mm pistol, MP40 SMG, KAR98 sniper rifle, Panzerfaust antitank rocket, STG44 "Sturmgewehr" automatic rifle (the first modern assault rifle), MG44 machine gun
You also get to fool with explosives of every sort.

The detail to the levels is amazing, and realistic as well. '88' antiaircraft guns can block your path and require an airstrike you can call in. Grenades bounce like the real thing (and do require some serious practice to get the hang of). P-51 Mustangs fly overhead in the Normandy missions. German soldiers speak German (not accented English). There are no "secret labs."

This is a very satisfying game with serious attention paid to realism and detail which immerse you in the environment, but it is very demanding on even the upper echelon of G4 processors.

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST GAME IN THE WORLD!!! NEEDS MORE STARS!!!!
Medal Of Honor Allied Assault is the greatest game out there it's graphics are just spectacular! Don't listen to the people who say it's a bad game. Medal Of Honor Allied Assault is historically accurate and the enemy A.I. is excellent plus the D-day levels are the best I have ever played and I've been playing for 12 years. Settle for noting less buy this game and it's expansion I BEG OF YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars This game rules!!
I have always been a big fan of first person shooters. But also adventure games. Games of this type I've played in the past include Marathon series, Tomb Raider series, and Unreal & Unreal Tournament. (There would be more, but I only have so much time.) The story is important to me. If I want to just blast things, I'll play Unreal Tournament. Anyway . . .

The first thing I noticed about the game was how real it felt. You start out in the back of a german transport truck, you know the kind with the canvas cover, getting trucked into a German compound. The tension and anticipation is amazing!! Your first job, with your squad, is to rescue an SAS agent being held hostage there. I'll just say you encounter resistance. When one of the truck drivers papers don't check out, the mayhem begins.

Other campaigns involve capturing and then driving tanks, stealthing through winter forests at night to take out antiaircraft guns, sneaking into bases to gather intel, demolition missions, rescuing pow's, infiltrating and planting charges inside a german UBoat, and the most insane - storming Omaha beach to commence operation Overlord, infiltrating their defenses, and taking out the gun towers - totally harrowing!! Sometimes you're alone, sometimes with others - Rangers, SAS, etc. The missions are believable, sensible, and seem necessary to the allied effort.

While the game is basically a 1st person shooter, there is always a mission to guide you. It always takes a little thinking to get the job done. On your compass there is a general guide as to what direction your mission should take you, as well as a general distance guide, but it's not that easy. Let's just say the shortest distance between two points isn't always a straight line, and getting there is no stroll down 5th Avenue.

I think the AI is great. Very few stupid guards and enemies. A little advice: Stealth works. Staying out of searchlights, and walking rather than running are quite effective. Sometimes not killing enemies is preferable to machine gunning everything. Often, if you're too loud the germans will sound the alarm, which brings others quickly. And it's damn tough finding your way out of town after destroying their radio communications, when you have twenty to thirty highly trained nazis with machine guns looking for you.

The weapons are appropriate to the period - which I like. This helps the learning curve. The range on the pistol is very different from the machine gun, from the sniper rifle. Reload time is a factor! At the beginning, I would run out of a clip at just the wrong time. Pay attention. This is especially true of the sniper rifle. I like that different weapons are useful in different situations - it's not just a "machine gun always" kind of game.

My favorite part is that skill works. Thinking works. If you walk in the middle of a road, you'll likely get taken out by a sniper - in one shot! Sometimes you have to impersonate German soldiers and officers. Know how? Neither did I. You have to learn. Hint: don't run.

Good games always feel a little short, and this is no exception. There are twenty levels, and they're all fun! The finale (which isn't Omaha beach) is so damn exciting and difficult, that you'll really feel like you've accomplished something!

Graphics and sound: Outstanding!

A couple rants: 1) Sometimes you can be firing a rifle or machine gun, say to take out a guy in a tower, yet 50 yards away, others don't hear it - good for us, but not too realistic; 2) No knife to use when you sneak up on folks; 3) You should have to drag dead folks out of the way - into closets or behind walls to maintain your secrecy; 3) When you're fully loaded up, you can carry two machine guns, a sniper rifle w/ scope, a silenced pistol, ten grenades, approx 1000 rounds of ammo, and sometimes a bazooka. Can you say 75 lbs? Hardly inconspicuous. Sometimes, you might start with just a sniper rifle, or a pistol, but you can load up pretty quick, with no adverse effects; 4) On a couple missions you end up killing like two hundred folks - by yourself. Hmmm . . . . These are small points - I just get excited about the realism and envision the next level.

I haven't enjoyed a game this much in a long time. Can't wait for the sequel. ... Read more


129. Aladdin Syst INTERNET CLEANUP 2.0 FOR MAC ( MIC2BX )

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Asin: B0002CE14C
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Aladdin Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 2339
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130. WiFi Locator
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Asin: B00030IEMI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intego
Sales Rank: 2077
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131. F/A-18 Korea Gold (Mac)

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Asin: B00004UFG7
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Graphic Simulations
Sales Rank: 2376
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars not bad
it is a good game but the operating manual doesnt explain how to use the extra fuel tank. Graphics are ok. In order to play and understand this game you have to read the manual which took me a while. If you love flight sims and are commited to reading a manual get this. If you like to be playing games quick, look for less sophisticated flight sims.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Realistic!
I've owned a number of flight sims-all of the Mac sims.This one is simply the best.The sense of fluid motion coupled with a dead-on cockpit environment make for an incredible ride!

4-0 out of 5 stars Must have!
I will always have a soft spot in my heart for the Hornet series of flight simulators from Graphic Simulations. It was the first flight simulator I remember that actually made me feel like I was sitting in the cockpit of a real jet. Hornet 1.0 is somewhat crude by today's standards, but it was a major leap when it first came out. And to make it even better, it was Mac-only. Each new version brought improvements in graphics, avionics and game play.

Hornet 2.0 introduced wingmen. Hornet 3.0 introduced wingmen who actually did some good. Avionics became more realistic. F/A-18 Korea came out at the same time as Hornet 3.0. It featured awesome graphics that took advantage of 3D-accelerator cards. Unlike the Korea mission set for 2.0, it was a standalone game, and offered much better graphics than Hornet 3.0. No more flat deserts with pyramid-shaped mountains. Korean's mountainous topography was represented in stunning detail.

The latest incarnation of Hornet is F/A-18 Korea Gold. It brings Hornet to version 3.1 and Korea to version 1.1, and packages them together on one CD, along with the original missions and dozens of user-created missions. As the version numbers suggest, these are incremental upgrades to the games themselves (the Gold CD is available to owners of Hornet 3.0 and Korea for a small shipping and handling fee, or the updates can be downloaded online at MacGameFiles.com). The upgrades feature better support for OpenGL and 3Dfx acceleration in Korea, as well as InputSprocket support for USB joysticks. And, perhaps most significantly, native TCP/IP networking and Game Ranger compatibility.

Flying Hornet or Korea against live opponents over the Internet used to involve downloading system networking patches that emulated AppleTalk networks, then logging onto Internet Relay Chat to find opponents and servers. All that's in the past now. Just log onto Game Ranger, find or start a game and go to town. One word of warning, there is no real chance to change your weapons loadout once you join a game in Game Ranger. So if you don't want to get stuck with a bunch of heavy bombs instead of lethal missions, make sure you load your plane up correctly before you log onto the service.

The native TCP/IP support is a huge improvement over IPRemote and other patches. On a 56k modem, I had no problem with drop outs or latency.

GraphSim had put out OpenGL versions of Korea before in beta. But they were extremely buggy. They got it right this time. The OpenGL version worked without a hitch on my Rage128 card, providing good performance even at high resolutions. I preferred the 3Dfx version, though. Night missions are especially beautiful in 3Dfx (the flames from your smoking wreckage even have a certain charm).

The 28 missions included in each theater are unchanged, as are the network missions. Hornet and Korea missions may not be as challenging as, say, a Falcon 4.0 campaign, but they definitely get the adrenaline going, and adjusting the difficulty levels to higher settings can make a mission you've flown dozens of times seem much fresher.

But if you get bored with the included missions (the user missions are an unsorted hodge-podge), you can always design your own with the mission editor in Korea.

Some serious flight simmers have always looked down their noses at Hornet and Korea. They didn't have A-10's flight modeling or Falcon's incredible level of sophistication. But years and years after I first loaded that original Hornet program on a Mac LCIII, I still find them to be my favorite fighter simulations.

Pros o Game Ranger support o Native TCP/IP o USB support o OpenGL or improved 3Dfx

Cons o Same old missions

5-0 out of 5 stars The best flying game ever!!!
F/18 Korea Gold is the best flight game ever.The tranning mission on thisgame are great.You can practice everything from landing on carriers orrunways to nav. and weapons.The detail on this game is great!!!

One badthing about this game thought is that you can only fly one plane.Buthowever this is the best game I ever put my money into. ... Read more


132. Photo Objects 50,000 Vol 1
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B000063CES
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Hemera Technologies
Sales Rank: 3833
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars OLD IMAGES, WORTHLESS, WASTE OF MONEY.
I found it to be totally worthless with their outdated photos. Nothing new or current in the entire collection. I am looking specifically for business photos and technology photos - of which there are virtually none in the entire collection. I mean NONE.

I hope they will eventually make a collection that contains new stuff, like from the 20th century!!! And definitely cool, colorful images of space, technology, people, business people, buildings, offices, etc.

Spend your money elsewhere people. This collection is useful only if you're a historian and write on subjects from the early 1900's.

TWO THUMBS DOWN. WAY DOWN.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'M SOLD
This is a great peice of software when you consider other clipart companies charge hundreds of dollars for only a few images. I love how the artwork is on a transparent backgroud, very easy to navigate - I'm on my way to purchase more of their products! ... Read more


133. Bionicle: The Game DVD-ROM (Mac)
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Asin: B0000ZUA8W
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 4625
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Features

  • Play as the 6 Toa heroes and battle the forces of evil
  • Find the Mask of Light to become the mighty 7th Toa
  • Summon blasts of elemental energy to defeat enemies
  • Explore the island of Matu Nui in 6 stunning environments
  • Master a unique blend of puzzle solving and action adventure

134. Master Of Orion 3 (Mac)
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Asin: B00005Y4Q5
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 4612
Average Customer Review: 2.19 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Master of Orion series is synonymous with addictive turn-based strategy gameplay. Though the premise--choosing a unique alien race and then leading it in a galactic quest for glory--isn't new, there is something about the series that draws people back. Is it the original take on the diplomatic, economic, military, and exploratory components of galactic conquest? Is it the intrigue of the Antarans, an ancient and predatory race that always seems to pop out of hyperspace to attack at just the wrong time? Is it the sense of accomplishment that comes from building a functioning interstellar empire? Frankly, I don't know. But for whatever reason, these games are notorious for creating a bad case of Just One More Turn syndrome.

Master of Orion 3, then, has large shoes to fill. Appropriately, "bigger" is one of the best adjectives that can be used to describe this third installment. Fans of micromanagement are in for a treat, as the most noticeable new feature is the vast number of options available. The level of control is nice, but can be overwhelming--you'll sometimes find yourself swimming in a sea of menus, interconnected sliders, and check boxes. The array of empire management tools are all used to advance along one of three paths to victory: dominating your enemies militarily, getting elected as president of the Orion senate, or finding all five hidden artifacts.

Each planet in your empire has many components that must be managed individually--including taxes, build queues, regional zoning, terraforming, resource collection, economic infrastructure development, and military versus planetary spending limits. Successful management leads to a productive planet; mismanagement results in revolt and unrest. A vital addition to the game is an AI viceroy for each planet. Viceroys will carry out mundane work based on empire-wide policies you can set, but don't expect them to do exactly what you want very often. And even with the help of viceroys, the galactic scale is no less daunting. You must manage not only a galactic budget and research, but also diplomatic relations, spy infiltration, and military development and deployment. The manner in which the player interacts with the Orion senate is new to MoO3. You can now become a member of the senate and use it to impose sanctions or declare war on other alien races.

When diplomatic negotiations fail, space and ground combat become necessary. You assign task forces mission types that include long-range attack, short-range attack, point-defense, indirect fire, and reconnaissance. Ground forces are likewise grouped into task forces based on their size and strength. Once in combat, you can opt to control things directly or sit back and let the computer take care of everything. You can even skip combat altogether and jump right to the outcome--the fastest and easiest way to manage battles.

In the end, Masters of Orion 3 succeeds with compelling gameplay that will leave you engrossed for hours (or days) at a time. Thanks to the strategic depth of the game, vast number of management options, diverse and interesting alien races, a randomly generated universe, and a sprawling technology tree, no two games will be alike. Though dense and complex, the payoff is well worth the effort. MoO3 is a fantastic title perfect for anyone who enjoys strategy games. --Jon "Safety Monkey" Grover

Pros:

  • Engaging and immersive gameplay
  • More depth, longer games, and greater diversity
  • Addictive--expect to dump eight hours into a single session
  • Multiplayer includes a turn-limits option and financial benefits for brief turns

Cons:

  • Calling it "graphically dated" is being polite
  • Incredible complexity may leave a lot of gamers confused
  • Productivity, social life, family, and personal hygiene may suffer
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Features

  • Explore rich solar systems, complete with jump lanes, worm holes and hostile alien races
  • Play one of 16 unique star-faring races or create your own custom race
  • Dynamic Galaxy Generation ensures that no two games are ever the same
  • Colossal Space Battles that feature beautiful, tactical real-time combat resolution that keeps play moving at a brisk pace
  • Galactic Councils and diplomacy of never-before-achieved richness and depth. Trade technology, make and break treaties, demand tribute and propose Bills in the Orion Senate

Reviews (93)

2-0 out of 5 stars Ultimately disappointing
If you are like me (interested in the next MoO title, skeptical that people who hated this game are either stupid or too impatient), you'll likely buy it anyway. When you do, you should know the following:

1) The manual is useless. Worse than useless, it's often wrong. The only way to learn how to play the game is to hit the discussion forums at the quicksilver website and read the newbie questions. It will take a couple of days.

2) The game as published is buggy and almost crippled in some aspects. There are two patches available from MacSoft... download and install them immediately.

3) It's a terribly slow game. I don't mean, slow like RTS games are "slow" because there's a long startup period. I mean, slow like by the time you get well into a game, the turn processing takes >5 minutes in a large galaxy, and it starts to get boring to play it.

4) There's an open-source version of this game being developed, called Free Orion. Check it out; offer your help if you can; these people have the right idea.

I wish there were a "perfect" or "definitive" game of galactic conquest out there that was optimized for the modern OS's, but there's not. This one isn't even close.

4-0 out of 5 stars This is not a game, it's an ENTERTAINING TOOL
I love strategy and reading the reviews here for MOO3, thought it would be really bad. Then I bought MOO2 and 3 at a low price to se what it was all about. First I played MOO2 to later compare MOO3 and...

... First: MOO2 is really good, turn based battles are just fun and construction of ships is engaging... (needless to say the year it was released and all the graphical issues), ok. I beat the game twice an then installed MOO3...

...Now, we are in front of a 100% different interface, ok, let's play , In strategy games I always choose the HUGE maps, fine, in MOO3 the time it takes to play in a small galaxy equals huge maps on other games due to the micromanagement required, I'm not complaining, just is the first game that I play on small maps, ok...

story short:
After a week and sleepless nights I coul finally understand the Game and I came up with one conclusion: IF YOU REALLY LIKE STRATEGY GAMES (including chess)and you understand the meaning of PATIENCE you'll be very entertained by this software (my case).

If you can't use your imagination, don't like to read, and your patience rating falls below 70% (minimum required) you won't enjoy MOO3 !!!

THE BIGEST FAULT BY THE DEVELOPERS WAS TO SELL THIS AS A GAME, IF ONLY THE BOX HAD WARNED YOU THE REAL COMLEXITIES OF MOO3, another story would be written on the reviews here ! IT'S A VERY CLEVER AND ENTERTAINING TOOL !. :)

2-0 out of 5 stars So disappointed
I was really looking forward to this when it came out - I'm still a huge fan of MoO2. The third MoO game, however, was a huge letdown. In trying to save the player from having to micromanage, the developers created a horrible AI that never doew what you want. Very frustrating, not worth buying or playing.

2-0 out of 5 stars Overwhelming yet disappointing and dated
The main problem with this game is that despite the graphical updates and some gameplay tweaks it just feels over 5 years out of date. The amount of micromanagement you can do is astounding. If you are a control freak and like to count grains of sand on a beach, then this is the game for you. For the rest of us mere mortals, the management detail required to really get the most out of this game is just WAY TOO MUCH. The manual is not only worthless, it is a complete waste of time to read it (140 pgs plus) as it tells you absolutely nothing that you can discern just by looking at the various in-game screen interfaces. I don't really need a manual that tells me the Unload All Ordinance button means you unload all of your ordinance (140+ pages of stupid drivel like that). Updates from the previous game include real-time space combat. On the surface this would seem great, however the graphics aren't even as good as an old Asteroids arcade game and the interface is limited to Move, Attack, Stop, and Retreat. What astonished me was the additional levels of complexity added to the strategy aspect of the game. MOO2 had copious, if not excessive, micromanagement tasks. MOO3 has increased the level of micromanagement detail by a factor of 10. For diehard fans of MOO2, this is probably fantastic. However, for the vast majority, it renders the game incomprehensible. Yes, you can opt to switch on the AI and let the computer management the detail stuff but you may soon find yourself just pushing the turn button to watch the computer play itself - where is the fun in that?

This game takes what made MOO2 successful and expanded upon that - greatly. Normally this would be a good idea, however in MOO3's case it is so complex, most people new to the game will find it like trying to decipher an encyclopedia written in a foreign language. In fact, I would warn anybody that hasn't played MOO2 to shy away from MOO3 - you are likely getting in over your head. For people who are extremely detail oriented and controlling this may be the game for you. For the rest of us, you are better off getting an old copy of MOO2 and trying it out first. If you don't like it, you certainly aren't going to like MOO3.

1-0 out of 5 stars What a Letdown
Nothing like MOO2. This game is clunky, takes forever, and is, to be blunt, terribly boring. There are some good ideas, but they got too complicated with everything, and it's not fun to play. The only way I'd recommend trying this game is if you can get it extremely cheap (try eBay). My guess? You'll play it once or twice, and give up. UGH. ... Read more


135. Ghost Master (Mac)
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Asin: B0000C8614
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 2102
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Features

  • Unleash ghastly spirits scaring the citizens of Gravenville in this haunting game
  • Grim Spectres, howling banshees, and things that go bump in the night--that's just your starting team
  • Strategy, adventure, and resource management games; solve puzzles and unlock mysteries
  • Over a dozen hair-raising, humor-filled scenarios from Weird Seance to The Unusual Suspects
  • Spooktacular technology pushes gameplay to unearthly levels; recruit new ghostly allies

136. Omnipage Pro X

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Asin: B00005US8L
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Scansoft
Sales Rank: 10822
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

OmniPage Pro X eliminates retyping, saving you time and streamlining document production. Create, convert, edit, and distribute digital documents with superior accuracy and improved formatting. Choose from a host of innovative capabilities, such as table recognition. Pro X also adds PDF functionality to extend the software's value beyond the paper world. Now you can convert PDFs into editable documents with a single click, or save paper documents as PDF files with similar ease. All of which adds up to increased productivity and efficiency. Plus, there's the added ease of working with a program built specifically for Mac OS X. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't satisfy this long-time user
I've used Omnipage for years, going through almost all the versions since the first. When an upgrade appeared it consistently offered incremental improvements and I rarely had to even glance at the user's manual.

Not so with this version. In some key respects it is not apparent how it works even after consulting the manual. There are many more errors in text and formatting. Saves don't even go smoothly. I would guess that something that formerly took me 45 minutes now takes me several hours, including corrections. And I still don't know why the text selection doesn't flow from one page to the next in a multi-page document, as it used to. This product should have been put in the "leave well enough along category." ... Read more


137. Power ON Now Up to Date & Contact 4.2 Mac OS X
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Asin: B00005M63S
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Power On Software
Sales Rank: 3411
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent enterprise calendar
The interface is easy to work with and is clear and straight forward. Except for a few glitches when upgrading from version 3.0 this has been a stable program. Palm sync feature is nice, overall the software is almost as good as Entourage from Microsoft, but this app allows for network calendaring over the internet and within your LAN, Entourage does not. ... Read more


138. MYOB FirstEdge (Mac) - Small Business Management and Accounting
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B000065ERY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MYOB US
Sales Rank: 4352
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars As bad as it sounds
I wish that I had paid more attention to the critical reviews above. Instead, I thought a Mac product had to be good. Unfortunately, though it advertises great things, one can't even save changed versions of the forms it provides. There is no call in number for initial free tech support. The email advice their tech support people sent me failed to solve the problem. I am sorely disappointed and ready to return the product to Amazon, which sold it to me.

1-0 out of 5 stars Oh what a dissapointment!
I purchased First edge last year right after I bought my new I Mac. Love my Mac hate this software program! I agree with the other reviewers, no tech support whatsoever! I had use Quickbboks on my old PC but never could figure this thing out so I returned it! I wonder how much business MYOB has lost due to the no tech support rule. They could use a crash course in customer service. Will never purchase any products from this company again unless they change their policies!
Marcus Allison

1-0 out of 5 stars A Good Product that Could be Better, but POOR SUPPORT
This product is probably OK for its target market, but could stand some improvements. I use it almost every day for bookkeeping purposes for both my small businesses (web design and book publishing).

HOWEVER, I was infuriated that there was NO tech support for this program. Instead I was told I had to PURCHASE tech support, and this would have cost me half as much again as I had paid for the program.

MYOB should charge a higher price for the product, instead of deceiving people into buying something that definitely needs tech support--at least for the first couple of weeks--and then trying to force them to pay extra for support.

I didn't pay for the support, and have made it thus far (about six months). I am planning to upgrade to either QuickBooks or MYOB AccountEdge at the end of this year.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mixed Reviews
I was excited to install First Edge on my MAC and get busy setting up the accounting for my small graphic design business. The install went without a hitch. MYOB includes a lot of information about accounting in the box and after reading it all, I think I finally understand what double-entry bookkeeping is all about. Definately a plus.

The program provides most everything you need for a small business if you can figure out the somewhat weird interface you are presented with. Could stand improvement.

The biggest drawback to this product is the complete lack of tech support that ships with it. You get NO!!! support without paying [money]. I could not get it to link with my mail program to send email invoices and when I called, I was told I would have to spend [money] to sign up for 90 days of tech support. That [essentially raises] the cost of the program.

I am sorry I bought it. I have never purchased a piece of software where the manufacturer provided no help initially. ... Read more


139. Team Sabre: Black Hawk Down Expansion (Mac)
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Asin: B0007ODOIE
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Aspyr Media
Sales Rank: 4534
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Features

  • Supports up to 50 players over LAN.
  • 2 all new single player campaigns set in Columbian jungle terrain and the most remote islands in the Persian Gulf, plus 10 new single player missions.
  • New weapons including: H&K G3A3, H&K G36E and the H&K PSG1 Sniper rifle.
  • For the first time ever, play selected missions as a British SAS soldier.
  • Sound effects from Novalogic's award winning Delta Force Black Hawk Down sound design team.

140. REALbasic 5.5 (Mac)
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Asin: B0001IQN7K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Real Software
Sales Rank: 3473
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Features

  • A modern, object-oriented form of BASIC
  • Create games, utilities, business applications, and more
  • Fast way to learn programming; visual drag-and-drop process
  • Rich set of user-interface controls; easy to learn, fun to use
  • Can be upgraded to REALbasic Professional

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