Tool-assisted movies (3)

Published on 8/4/2015
The player as a spider has to make their way through several obstacles to the top of an apple cider conveyor. Therefore the apples on the conveyor, the squeezing mechanisms and various living creatures disturb the player. Jumping over obstacles and climbing the thick threads, the player struggles doughtily, gaining points and progressing from level to level.

Published on 10/18/2022
Myst is a puzzle-solving point-and-click game that was originally released for the Macintosh. The version shown in this run is a homebrew demake for the Apple II. As the Apple II has some significant limitations compared to the Macintosh, the developer had to get creative with the graphics and sound to be able to recreate the experience you'd get from the original game.
Spikestuff nevertheless swiftly maneuvers and beats the game in record time.
You can get the game here.

Unofficial port
Emulator Replay:
BizHawk 2.8

Published on 7/8/2015
As a covered wagon party of pioneers, you head out west from Independence, Missouri to the Willamette River and valley in Oregon. You first must stock up on provisions, and then, while travelling, make decisions such as when to rest, how much food to eat, etc. The Oregon Trail incorporates simulation elements and planning ahead, along with discovery and adventure, as well as mini-game-like activities (hunting and floating down the Dalles River).
Thanks to good management of the resources, adelikat manages to reach the Willamette River and valley in 8 minutes and 24.63 seconds.
This is the first ever Apple II publication on this site.

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