ShufflePuck Cafe and Flying Toasters for Mac OS X? Get Retro!

Feb 3, 2007 - 2 Comments

Retro Flying Apple logo

Think back, and pretend for a minute that it’s 1989 and you’re on a Macintosh SE/30.

What was the hottest game? Shufflepuck Cafe.

What was the coolest screensaver at the time? AfterDark’s Flying Toasters.

It’s time to get retro with your Mac, and thanks to Mac developers these two blasts from the past have modern versions for Mac OS X.

Check out the screenshots below and be sure to download each, enjoy reliving the Mac 80’s.

TuxPuck – ShufflePuck Cafe clone for Mac OS X

TuxPuck is a great clone of the classic ShufflePuck Cafe. For those who don’t know, it’s essentially just ping pong, but much more entertaining. Check it out:

TuxPuck home

Flying Toasters Screensaver – AfterDark Flying Toasters clone for Mac OS X

Flying Toasters is, well, exactly that. It’s a goofy screensaver of flying toasters that was wildly popular back in the day. The only thing this modern clone is missing is the theme song.

Flying Toasters home


Still craving the good old days of computing? Check out GLTerminal


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Posted by: Bill Ellis in Fun, Mac OS, Retro


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  1. Chrissy says:

    TuxPuck is not anywhere near as cool as Shuffle Puck was. Only two characters to play against?

  2. Steve Ircle says:

    I loved these a long time ago, in a land far away

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