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161. Logo Creator Expansion Pack 1
162. ARCMEDIA Master It! Dreamweaver
$12.92 list($54.99)
163. Quicken 2001 Deluxe
$24.99 $21.02
164. ToySight (Mac)
165. Kaleidagraph 3.6 Mac/singleby
$49.99 $38.55
166. Republic: The Revolution (Mac)
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167. Safecracker (Mac)
168. Dragon Burn 4.0 (Mac)
$29.99 $24.90
169. Total Immersion Racing (Mac)
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170. You Perform - Make Outlook better,
171. My Disney Kitchen Ages 3- 7 (Jewel
$14.99 $12.39
172. Red Faction (Mac)
173. Dataviz SMARTLIST TO GO V3.0 (
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174. Massive Assault
175. Microspot Macdraft Professional
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176. Adobe PAGEMAKER V7.0.2 CD MAC-UPG
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177. PhotoEdit (Mac)
178. Quickeys 5.0
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179. Picture Rescue - Digital Picture
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180. Alida (Mac)

161. Logo Creator Expansion Pack 1 (Mac)
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Asin: B0002HNEG8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: macXware
Sales Rank: 9921
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  • Add over 225 unique logo elements for personal or commercial use
  • Work with two brand-new categories -Element Backdrops and Extreme Logo Elements
  • Customize each professional element to produce a virtually unlimited number of results

162. ARCMEDIA Master It! Dreamweaver MX Interactive Training Course(Windows/Macintosh)

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Asin: B00009XBKK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Arcmedia
Sales Rank: 1364
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  • A full set of step-by-step lessons and processes introduce the ways you can use Dreamweaver MX for powerful data-driven Websites
  • Fully interactive exercises allow users to revisit parts they missed, or skip steps to move ahead
  • Included images allows users to practice on their own and learn by building their own Website

163. Quicken 2001 Deluxe
list price: $54.99
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Asin: B00004W4AP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intuit
Sales Rank: 3968
Average Customer Review: 2.62 out of 5 stars
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With Intuit Quicken 2001 Deluxe, it really is possible to have apaperless home office, as long as you have Internet access--and, of course, youmake sure to file your financial documents in another room of the house.

Intuit's latest release of the popular personal-finance/home-business softwarebreaks new ground in its tighter integration of the Web-based services, with its hard-drive-based number-crunching software.College-planning calculators, 401(k) advice, and home-purchase calculators allare summoned by a click on a tab in the software--and a swift launch of your Webbrowser.

"So, what," you say? "I can find those financial calculators anywhere online,not just at"? Well, the best aspect of all of this Web-enabling isthe amount of typing that it saves you at the front end. The biggest hurdle tostarting with any of these home-finance programs has been that you've got toinput the data from your bank statements, checkbook, and ATM slips by hand toget any real sense of your finances. Thanks to the broadened online account- access capability of the new Quicken 2001 Deluxe, and an online bank account,you can download all of that information from your bank, and import it to yourQuicken application.

By the same token, you can make transfers and payments over the Internet byusing your Quicken software, or export your stock portfolio information to asecure area of, so as to benefit from online stock updates and otherinvestor information.

Intuit also has worked to make Quicken 2001 Deluxe more cohesive internally--youcan perform global find-and-replace operations, instead of jumping from file tofile, hoping for answers. You can set Quicken to notify you of tax deadlines andupcoming bills, as well as when the software itself is about to need updating.It's also a little easier to set up the program to track those transactions ofyours that are tax-deductible.

This version for Macintosh is not perfect, by any means, although it's closer toits PC counterpart in terms of functionality. Mac users now get preset access tomore banks than in previous versions, but not as many as would make onlinebanking setup a breeze. To take advantage of the new online/offline leveragethat Quicken 2001 Deluxe promises, it's best to have a fast connection to theInternet, and be at peace with the fact that some amount of real-world setupstill is necessary to make this software sing online. --Elizabeth Aoki ... Read more

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay...but could be better.
I have owned this product for quite a while, and this piece of software is okay for the basic consumer who just wants to balance their checkbook. I have yet to explore the other features such as stocks and other stuff, etc. There are some major faults in this program. The program should have a link to TurboTax Deluxe, and the pertinent entries should be able to be communicated to TurboTax and vice versa. Additionally, the interface is a little primitive, even for Mac OS 9. Admittedly, Intuit has a general monopoly in the field of finances, especially for the Macintosh side, and unfortunately, the program does display these faults. There is relatively little attempt in the program to make it easier for Mac users (as Windows users), even despite the software patches. All in all, beggars can't be choosers...and for all its worth, this program is superior in what it does.

1-0 out of 5 stars Shockingly bad
I used Turbo Tax, so I didn't think my transition to Quicken 2001 would be so hard. It has been impossible! There's no walking you through entries like with Turbo Tax. If you don't know what the program wants when it asks for some obscure accounting term, you have to switch to a buggy pdf file for answers, and those answers are useless if you can find them. The program is buggy. There's no way to use anything other than M$ Explorer every time the program wants to take you to a browser. And as expensive as the program is, half of the buttons take you to pages that are trying to sell you more services that should be included. Why should I pay Intuit 10 bucks a month to pay my credit card bills? That service should be included, or be closer to the price of a stamp, which is all it costs now to mail in a check. I feel like I've been slimed.

3-0 out of 5 stars Quicken refund comes through
An update: Intuit has come through with a full refund after my Quicken Deluxe 2001 for Macintosh failed to create any reports (see review below). So, my final review: Customer Service: 5 stars. Product Usefulness for me: 0 stars. Overall Rating: 3 stars.

2-0 out of 5 stars Intuit makes good on rebate ... but serious problems remain
I said I would update my posting if Intuit made good on their rebate offer, and now they have done so. I received a nice letter from Intuit saying they had seen my review at, and that I would be receiving a rebate shortly. The $20 check came today.

BUT -- I've run into some fatal errors in attempting to use my 2001 Deluxe for Macintosh. Essentially, I have been completely unable to produce any kind of a report whatsoever. As you can imagine, after entering months worth of data, being unable to analyze that data in any way leaves the program virtually worthless.

I spent many hours trying to track down the problem. Every time I tried to create a report, the program crashed, and I received a Type 1 error message. I added 128 MG of memory to my G3 (for a total of 160 MG), but still the program crashed. I downloaded the Quicken Deluxe for Macintosh Release 2 update and installed it. Still the program crashed.

If you call to try to speak with a real live person, Intuit will charge you $2.00 per minute. Refusing to throw good money after bad trying to fix their problem, I went to the Help files on the website again, and after several hours I found a Q&A explaining that an Error Type 1 may occur when attempting to create reports if you are using an HP DeskWriter printer driver, version 6.0.4.

Guess what? I've got an HP DeskWriter 6.0.4.

So I tried disabling the driver, but the program still crashed anyway. I finally gave up and spent an entire Saturday retyping in six months of data from my Macintosh into my old Quicken 6 for Windows. Now I'm using my old Quicken program, and I wish I'd never tried to upgrade.

Anyway, I'm giving them an extra star because they did finally come through with the rebate. Now we'll see whether they'll refund the rest of my money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Attitude is everything
I have found that Intuit is not a friendly company. They certainly do not give a rip for their users problems. I think that other products like MS Money or Moneydance would have a more helpful and a friendlier feel from thier company. I say the product is okay to so-so. The company is a giant and its attitude shows its true colors. ... Read more

164. ToySight (Mac)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000VLYWW
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Freeverse Software
Sales Rank: 9128
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  • Motion-detection technology¿no keyboard, mouse or gamepad
  • An amazing collection of games with something for everyone
  • Includes Volcano God, RapidRace, Ghost Hunter, The Plank, and more
  • Get right in the game with your Apple iSight or other webcam
  • Wave your hands in front of the camera to control the action

165. Kaleidagraph 3.6 Mac/singleby Synergy Software

Asin: B00008NR3V
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 7904
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166. Republic: The Revolution (Mac)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000C8626
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 5946
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • A simulation game where youÆre a rebel leader out to oust the RepublicÆs President
  • Start with a single loyal follower, a tiny secret HQ, and a small base of local support
  • Build up a nationwide faction strong enough to rule the Republic
  • The path to supremacy is fraught with the danger
  • Graphics engine allows you to be as close or far away as you wish

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars a new kind of gameplay
I just bought Republic:Revolution yesterday, I have by no means gotten far enough in the game to explain it in great detail. I can say that I can tell if a game will be good, and this game like the editor's review pointed out, is very different then other games. This game is very real, the object of the gameplay is to overtake the president of a new free Russian state after the collapse of the soviet union, i have never seen a game so intense and real, the game is not action packed but it is more psychological and the game seems to have a mind of it's own.
If you are a person looking for a challenge in computer gaming i highly recomend this game.
I dont know where this game is headed, but if it lives up to the potential that I think it posseses, it will be a masterpiece.
In this game you actually feel like you are alive and lost in the game ready to defend yourself, ready to start a REVOLUTION! ... Read more

167. Safecracker (Mac)

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Asin: B00004SV2A
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Dreamcatcher Interactive
Sales Rank: 8039
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Your résumé as an elite security expert is flawless. And now, you have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to land the job of your dreams. To demonstrate your skills, you must break into your potential employer's heavily secured offices and master over 35 unique and challenging safes, each holding vital clues to the combination of your ultimate challenge, the Master Safe. If you can do it, the job is yours. ... Read more

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Mind Destroyed
Definetly a mind cruncher. Save alot. Collect everything in every safe you crack. Different types of puzzles on each safe. They get harder on the second floor but you get used to the patterns! Have fun and remember to save your game along the way

4-0 out of 5 stars Mental yoga
This game gives you exactly what it promises: lots of interesting puzzles to flex your brain with.It runs in parallel (if you get stuck on one safe, just go find another one), so you always feel like you're moving forward.And they're clever about hiding clues, but not cruel.Plus you get a fun reward at the end.

Oh, and save often.

3-0 out of 5 stars Frustrating, and not that compelling
The story is that you have 24 hours to crack a safe in a house that is owned by a lock company that prides itself on its uncrackable safes. The clues to crack the final safe are distributed around the various other safes in the house.

The main problem with this game is that there is no real mystery to it - you just crack the safes, and that is it. So if you compare it to, say, the 7th Guest or Myst, there is no reason why you want to crack the puzzles, as there is no story to unravel. You're basically walking around an empty house, trying to find your way out.

I found the puzzles either too easy, or too difficult. Some of them were fun to unravel, others were simply a question of trying every combination until you found one that matches. But the difficult ones are definitely difficult enough to keep a gamer interested.

5-0 out of 5 stars Do you like puzzles?Then this is your game!
If you like the games like Myst & Rivenor puzzles & codes or both then you will love this game. The 3D image is nice and the background music is cool. There are hidden passages, doors and codes everywhere. Andit is simply addicting! ... Read more

168. Dragon Burn 4.0 (Mac)

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Asin: B0006VGZD4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Newtech Infosystems
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  • MP3 Files from CDDA, AIFF, or WAVE files to create MP3 CDs
  • Fully supports ISO 9660 MS-DOS and Joliet, HFS (Mac OS) and HFS+ (Mac OS Extended) file systems
  • Users can burn layouts to a disc or save them as a complete disc image file
  • Automatic Smart Decision selects the best writing method for specific layout, interface, drive and media
  • Supports track-at-once, session-at-once, disc-at-once writing

169. Total Immersion Racing (Mac)
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Asin: B0000C8622
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Feral Interactive
Sales Rank: 3536
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • High-quality simulation technology steeped in immediacy, immersion, and intelligence
  • Computer-controlled drivers each with their own personalities, memories, behaviors, and grudges
  • Drive from a rookie to an ace; 18 licensed GT, GTS, and LMP class cars
  • Visual engine generates advanced fogging, particle effects, sun flare, and more
  • 2-player mode on the same screen with keyboard or 2 wheels hooked to the same computer

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Arcade port for Mac
Driving simulations, thanks to today's fast personal computers are very realistic...but this isn't one of them. Total Immersion Racing (TIR) is a Mac/PC version of an arcade game and it looks like it and drives like it. Think PlayStation and you have the right idea. Try the free download demo version before you buy.

For a much more realistic driving experience (a $55-$100 USB steering wheel and pedals set really is a necessity) try $20 'NASCAR Racing Season 2003' (NASCAR) or $30 'F1 Championship Season 2000' (F1CS2K). Don't let the dates make you think these simulations are old-they refer to the tracks, cars and drivers from that year.

NASCAR cars are big, heavy and powerful. The sim does an amazing job of modeling the feel of drifting and sliding; you really can steer with throttle and weight shift. Instant replays are fun to watch, and the program even includes a limited editor so you can create your own movie with highlights using several different camera angles. The sound of the big V8s really adds to the fun, and for you hot-rodders out there you can tweak just about everything about the cars to try to scrape another .1 second off your lap time. Online racing against drivers on your LAN or around the world on the Web is also possible too. A downloadable demo is available free from various sites, but they're huge at 100+ gigabytes, so unless you have DSL or cable modem just let Amazon sell you one. You'll be glad you did.

F1CS2K cars are small, light, very nimble and very fast. With a force feedback steering wheel you can feel the road better than with NASCAR, indeed you can even feel the rumble strips at the apex of a turn and the wheel gets loose when you're briefly airborne over a rise. To drive fast you MUST practice, and the drivers' school, which is very demanding, really helps improve your skill. F1CS2K is, in my opinion more realistic than NASCAR, but it's also the hardest to drive well and thus-for my money-the more enjoyable. But I still drive NASCAR periodically, just because the big cars are fun in their own macho noisy way. Once you're turning respectable laps on a Grand Prix track (my favorite is Spa in the mountains) try it again in the rain! Very humbling even with the "grip" set-up. LAN and on-line racing also available with dozens of pre-established cars and set ups and thousands of possible combinations, as with NASCAR, if you want to tweak things yourself. You can save a loop of the last 20-120 minutes of driving at each track for instant replays depending on how much disk space you have (min. 500Mb but none required to drive). Free download demo also available on the Web.

My Logitech Momo Racing USB steering wheel and pedals set work very well with TIR, NASCAR, and F1CS2K. If you have an older, slower computer go for the NASCAR sim which has more 'low end' graphics options. But with any G4 or G5 Mac both NASCAR and F1CS2K will bring you amazing graphics, realistic handling, lots of fun and, if you enjoy them as much as I do, hours of lost sleep.

BTW, if you ever thought a couple of beers doesn't effect your driving, have a couple and watch what happens to your lap times. Very sobering.

5-0 out of 5 stars This game is Really good
I just recieved this game about 2 weeks ago and it is so cool. The AI is just superb its really advanced. Ive been hooked on it and i must say its not for everyone its for someone who 1. loves race cars 2. loves racing games 3. someone who wants to race cars such as the Audi TT, Mclaren F1, And lemans like prototyope Bentley its really good. the cars are cool. The tracks are real world tracks. Some of its a bot wierd but its really goos u have gotta get it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best race game for the Mac
Buy this game, this is what we in the Mac community have been waiting for.

The physics model is realistic, the cars each have their own handling characteristics and the tracks require a certain amount of finess attainable with a little practice. The graphics are somewhere between Gran Tourismo 2 and 3. The sound is different for each car and the realism is exciting.

I always found the Formula 1 race from Feral to be a little too difficult to drive with out most driving assistants turned on. TIR on the other hand is more forgiving when driver errors knock you off the track. You can still recover and get back in the race with out having the computer assist you in braking, turning, etc.

I hope Feral continues to support this game with new tracks and cars. My G5 does sometimes start to drop frames when the action is fast but that's on a 19" monitor with 256Mb RAM. Hopefully upgrading the RAM will help.

This is the new standard in Mac racing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not For the Race Car Impared
Ive played the demo for this game made by our english friends at Feral Interactive and that was enough i was bored of playin the demo cuz it is quite limited it is a good preview though u can download it anywhere. My copy of this game is gettin here tommorow ive already played it and it is the best today i was watchin the FIA championship and i saw 2 of the tracks ive raced in in the game. Its advanced its fun if your into quality grahic video games this is a must have Check out the demo first but im sure after playin just the demou will need it and cry for it. The best race game ever ... Read more

170. You Perform - Make Outlook better, faster and easier for you

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Asin: B0002R71C6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: You Software
Sales Rank: 5968
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  • Collection of utilities for enhancing and expanding Outlook capabilities
  • Email, contact manager, and calendar work harder and smarter
  • Increase email efficiency; never forget to add attachment again
  • Keeps track of people who have not responded to email
  • Auto saves attachments to defined folders, and much more

171. My Disney Kitchen Ages 3- 7 (Jewel Case)

Asin: B000059OQY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Sales Rank: 2328
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Product Description

Play in a World All Your Own! Ages 3- 7]. It's Time to Get Cooking in Your Own Disney Kitchen. Mix up some pancakes, make a yummy sandwich, or pop that chicken in the oven¿it can all happen in a kitchen of your very own! 30 kid friendly recipes from the experts at FamilyFun Magazine! 30 clips from classic Disney animated films! ... Read more


  • Play in a World All Your Own! [Ages 3 - 7]
  • It's Time to Get Cooking in Your Own Disney Kitchen
  • Mix up some pancakes, make a yummy sandwich, or pop that chicken in the oven
  • 30 kid friendly recipes from the experts at FamilyFun Magazine!
  • 30 clips from classic Disney animated films! [Windows 95/98]

172. Red Faction (Mac)
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Asin: B00005QCQQ
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Graphic Simulations
Sales Rank: 6812
Average Customer Review: 3.14 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not too shabby, yet not impressive.
Recently, I purchased this game for my mac, looking for an exciting FPS. I had heard praises on the violition geo-mod engine, which caught my attention. For those who do not know what that is, geo-mod is an engine which allows you to completely annihilate your surroundings, which adds a nice touch. The storyline of this title is relatively boring, lacking any elements that draw one in. Also, the graphics and physics are not so good. Even if i crank up the settings to maximum potentcial, it still lacks. The characters are sort of square and lack polygons. When you kill someone they only fly back, or forward, which is not athat accurate.
The only saving aspect of red faction is its multiplayer play. It is fast paced, and pretty smooth, although multiplayer lags sometimes, expecially with modem, and in death matches.
Also I wouldnt reccomend running this game on a processer of less than 300 MHZ. One of my Macs is 300 MHZ and IT runs it pretty flawlessly. Although once I brought it to a friends who has a old bondie blue imac with a pityful 233mhz processor.
My last complaint is this games OSX compatibility, I always run OSX, but this game usually quits in midgame, Even with my dual processer 1.45 mhz g4 it even quits. The developers, obviously just didnt spend enough time working on the bugs.
Overall REd faction is a fairlly decent title with several bugsin osx and lacking in the graphics department. i liked the multiplayer and geo mod, but it should have more story. Here is a rating of **** out of ***** stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cool game but ...(bad) graphics
this game is ok and is pretty fun but it lacks in the graphics departement. first of all, i think that it is mostly software rendered which makes it run slower on computers with a slower processor no matter how fast you graphics card is. I have a TI 4600 Geforce 4 and it runs at 25 fps in 800x600 mode. the models are relatively low polyon count and the dynamic lighing is {bad}

And i am really 14 but the age thing doent go that high. i have to use the ... kids review thing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not great, but not bad either
This isn't a really groundbreaking FPS, but it did have some nice touches.

The detail level on the characters is quite well done. You can even read the unique name tags that the miners wear.

Geo-mod technology is nice, but doesn't make up a big part of the game, which is too bad, because it had a lot of potential. I remember at one point I saw a column of troops and an armored personnel carrier crossing a bridge, and I used some rockets to collapse the bridge, causing the APC and Ultor soldiers to fall into the chasm below. That was cool, and I really wish that there had been more such implementation of the geo-mod technology.

I thought the voice acting and music was very well done. Some of the guards said interesting things, and their AI is pretty sharp, except when it comes to explosives.

The storyline wasn't great, but I don't think many people buy first person shooters for the storyline (with the notable exception of Deux Ex).

The vehicles were my favorite part of the game. Too bad you don't get to use them more.

The levels are pretty linear. Some people will say this is a bad thing but in truth it keeps you from getting lost, and is implemented in such a way that it doesn't feel forced.

My two main problems with this game deal with difficulty and scenery.

This game takes place entirely on Mars, probably the most boring, drab planet in the solar system. Thus, don't expect to be dazzled by impressive scenery like in Unreal.

As far as difficulty level is concerned, the game is EXTREMELY lopsided, and this is mostly due to the presence of mercenaries. The first two thirds of the game are, for the most part, pretty easy as you beat up on weak Ultor guards and a few robots. But the mercenaries in the later levels have tons of health, are excellent shots, carry the best weapons in the game (including the rail gun which kills instantly and can shoot through walls), and come at you in massive numbers. I must've reloaded all of 5 times before I reached my first mercenary, but after that I was reloading about every 30 seconds! Mercenaries are the coolest looking enemies in the game, but they were made way too powerful.

Overall, this is a game that had the potential to be a great, but was held back by unambitious design flaws.

2-0 out of 5 stars So so game
Red Faction is a first person shooter that contains the only geo-mod engine found in a FPS. With it comes frame-rate problems. Yes, it's fun to blow a hole in the roof and plug the trigger happy guards full of lead but it's missing a certian spark Half-Life had. What it all boils down to is a game that lacks qualities of a top seller. Why do we MAC users get dumped with all the [stuff] from the PC's?

1-0 out of 5 stars if youre looking for halflife, look elsewhere
I bought this game looking for a Half-Life. Many reviews praised this game as being absolutely amazing and revolutionary. This game was everything but. The only reason this game was amazing is because of Geo-mod, the new engine that allows you to bust through walls, but besides that, the game falls short. The plot is extremely dry, and seems to end as quickly as it had begun. Yeah blowing holes through walls is cool, but not cool enough to spend 50 bucks on it. I give this game a 1. ... Read more

173. Dataviz SMARTLIST TO GO V3.0 ( 765205-012769 )

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Asin: B0001ZJRK8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Dataviz, Inc.
Sales Rank: 37459
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174. Massive Assault
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Asin: B00036WRUW
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Freeverse Software
Sales Rank: 10838
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175. Microspot Macdraft Professional (Mac)
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B0007WV3EI
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft Software
Sales Rank: 10322
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  • Import pictures or export MacDraft drawings as PDFs
  • Enhanced image and text quality
  • New line and fill quality
  • Set transparncies from 0-100%
  • Dimensions automatically update as you modify components

176. Adobe PAGEMAKER V7.0.2 CD MAC-UPG ( 17530402 )

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Asin: B0001AN1N2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 3948
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177. PhotoEdit (Mac)
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Asin: B0000DG7G6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: macXware
Sales Rank: 3491
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  • Powerful image editing and painting tools that go beyond basic photo enhancement
  • Open and edit all popular image formats
  • Mask editing
  • Professional painting tools; create custom brushes and effects
  • Adjust and change colors; tons of cool filters and effects

178. Quickeys 5.0

Asin: B00004TZIN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: CE Software
Sales Rank: 10930
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Life Easier with One-Touch QuicKeys
Now with the QuicKeys and Mac OS 9 you can:

- Launch shortcuts with speech commands, hot keys and toolbars.

- Open programs and menus, schedule tasks, and switch printers.

- Record and Play back tasks; and

- Customize your Mac to your work habits.

A few important chapter listings of QuicKeys 5.0 Addendum to the QuicKeys Manual

Chapter I - What's New in QuicKeys 5.0 New Features and Enhancements Mac OS Compatibility Plug-ins and Shortcut Types Long Shortcut Names

Interface Changes The QuicKeys Editor The Shortcut Properties Dialog The Create/View Palette

Chapter 2 - QuicKeys Toolbars The Toolbars Tab Toolbar Settings Adding Shortcuts to Toolbars Deleting Shortcuts from Toolbars Launching Toolbars from Toolbars

QuicKeys 5.0 is fully compatible with the multi-user environment available in Mac OS 9. Each registered Normal, Limited, and Panels users can maintain individual Shortcuts and preference settings. This works well on a shared computer running Mac OS 9.

QuicKeys 5.0 for Macintosh now includes

- Mac OS 9 multi-user support. - Use of voice commands to trigger shortcuts. - Employ pop-out toolbars to save even more screen space. - New day-of-the-week triggers that perform actions at specified times. - Privacy from "prying eyes" using the Screen Lock function. - Create tabbed toolbars for easy access to different sets of shortcuts. - Increase shortcut names from 13 to over 250 characters. - Text tool now holds 8 times the amount of text.

Personal Observation

I have been using QuicKeys from version 3 and 4 to make my Mac computer work faster for me. I highly recommend QuicKeys to my clients and friends for easy of use and for automating functions.

How did I avoid hand wrestling with my computer mouse? I was able to eliminate unnecessary hand and wrist motions with my computer mouse when I had to complete several time consuming OCR (Optical Character Reader) projects.

For example, I use OmniPage Pro for scanning information for my projects. By using QuicKeys, I was able to assign control function keys for OmniPage Pro's Scan Image, Perform OCR and Save As functions. Using these keyboard commands makes my work project easier plus saves me hours.

Pro Reaction

QuicKeys 5.0 is a time saver for Mac users using Mac OS 9 with its more robust features for reducing work project time. QuicKeys 5.0 is an excellent needed upgrade for the serious Mac users with fast Mac GS 3 and GS 4 computers. Also, QuicKeys is fun for new iMac computer users who want to add new toolbars and keyboard functions to their game menus.

QuicKeys 5.0 makers saved paper by eliminating unnecessary printing of new manuals. The Addendum to QuicKeys 4.0 manual is concise. It shows you how to use the new functions of QuicKeys 5.0.

Con Reaction

I missed not having a Short Guide for using QuicKeys 5.0. The guide could have included installing the program, trouble shooting and launching programs for the first time QuicKeys user. Examples and Task projects for using QuicKeys could have included in the manuals. Also, a new Mac owner’s manual with visual instructions for using the QuicKeys functions would be appreciated.

Final Notes

Control Your Macintosh computer. Especially for Mac OS 9 users.

QuicKeys is the leading automation utility software. The new QuicKeys version 5.0 adds speech triggers, day-of-the-week timers, tabbed and pop-out toolbars, time-saving features and improvements.

Hot keys, speech triggers, and powerful toolbars are the ways QuicKeys offers you complete control of your Mac.

The winner of several industry awards, QuicKeys for Macintosh repeatedly proves to be the top automation utility available. ...

System Requirements

- Macintosh computers running OS 8.5, works BEST with Mac OS 9 - Power PC or G3/G4 - 32 MB of RAM

- 8 MB Hard Disk Space - Some QuicKeys plug-ins require Internet Connection

Pricing and Availability

QuicKeys 5.0 for Macintosh ... An upgrade from version 4.0 is .... ...

Company Profile

Since 1981, CE Software, Inc. has developed automation utilities and E-mail software that save time and effort for millions of Macintosh users, and Microsoft Windows 95/98, Windows NT. ...Paul Gerstenbluth President of the ARIE Foundation. The ARIE Foundation’s mission is to provide VA hospitalized patients with hobby materials and computers that helps in their stay and recovery. ... Read more

179. Picture Rescue - Digital Picture Recovery
list price: $59.99
our price: $42.99
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Asin: B0002MQ27G
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: ProSoft Engineering
Sales Rank: 2163
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  • Recovers all image formats including JPEG, TIFF, GIF, and more
  • Easy-to-use digital-picture recovery software
  • Simply select camera or media card adapter and press start
  • View lost and deleted pictures; select which to recover
  • Works with USB or FireWire cameras and all media card formats

180. Alida (Mac)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0001BY6NK
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Got Game
Sales Rank: 3639
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Interactive adventure game
  • Someone is lost on the strange and fantastical island of Alida
  • Solve puzzles and figure out the mystery
  • Imaginative 3D environment and original musical score
  • For 1 player

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars few choices on Mac - too bad this one isn't better
If you enjoy Myst-type games, Alida is not bad.

The artwork is good (though surprisingly, the game requires you to set yoour display to 800x600!) There are lots of well-drawn and intriguing gadgets to play with. The soundtrack is good too, though I would have expected a lot better in a game based on a rock band. The puzzles are interesting, about the same level of difficulty as the Myst trilogy, though they feel a little stale. Some of the puzzles require annoying back and forth travelling to solve (but that was true of the Myst trilogy as well).

Unfortunately, the writing is poor. Unlike the beautiful language found in the Myst worlds, Alida's intro, dialog, and journal entries seem like they were written by a 10th grader.

The game scenario is also full of holes. No, I take that back... it's just plain dumb: a billion-dollar rock-band theme park filled with narrow stone tunnels, archaic, rusting gadgets, single-person transportation devices? Where you just happen to stumble across levitation and teleportation devices, based on unknown "quantum principles?"

OK, enough complaining. The game is worth buying and playing, especially if you own a Mac (where your choices are limited). The art is good, the music is good, the puzzles are good, and the game is generally fun. Just don't expect to be blown away. ... Read more

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