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Andy

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  1. Macintosh Garden does! https://macintoshgarden.org/apps/mactech-vol-1-12 DissBits fade sounds a lot like the one the Wolfenstein 3D does when you get a game over. There's a nice write up about how it works with some simple sample code here https://fabiensanglard.net/fizzlefade/index.php
  2. I've been teaching myself Mac programming on a Classic II and in Mini vMac for the past few months and having a blast with it. Both THINK C and THINK Pascal are great and pretty easy to use. THINK Pascal's built in text and graphics windows make for very easy experimenting with QuickDraw and the like without having to learn how to initialize the toolbox and create windows. But it's also easy to turn your experiments into real applications once you start getting the hang of things For tutorials and reference, there's a great collection of scanned books at https://vintageapple.org/macprogramming/ . I'd recommend Macintosh C Programming Primer 1992 or Macintosh Pascal Programming Primer. There's also a great overview with examples of Pascal here https://wiki.xxiivv.com/site/pascal.html and the author has a lot more examples here https://git.sr.ht/~rabbits/macintosh_cookbook/tree/master/examples One thing to note is that the syntax for Think C 5.0 changed to be closer to more modern C. The 1992 book is good, but code from older books will need to be adjusted. Have fun!
  3. I am also interested in a board if there are any left unclaimed. Thanks!
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