The Internet Archive now lets you run classic Apple Mac games and programs in your browser

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The Internet Archive is a fantastic resource for old software. It’s home to large collections of Windows 3.1 programs, classic DOS games, Amiga games, arcade games, vintage console games, and more.

Now the site is hosting a collection of old Apple Macintosh programs that you can run in your browser.

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The Macintosh software library is a collection of games and programs from the 1980s and 1990s. Games available include Lode Runner, Lemmings (Demo), Microsoft Flight Simulator, Dark Castle, and Adventure, while programs on offer include MacPaint, Microsoft BASIC 2.0, and MacWrite.

You can sort the software collection by Views, Title, Date Archived, and Creator, and also filter the list.

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Whether you had a Macintosh back then, or you just want to have a play around with some old software, it’s well worth a look. You can explore the collection here.

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