KlepHacks Shareware announced today the release of MacFolklore II, the original Macintosh trivia game. The $5 shareware quiz game now includes more than 150 questions about the history of Apple and the Macintosh personal computer.
MacFolklore began as an online game for a BBS in 1994, but began distribution as a standalone product in 1995. Since then, the program has been redesigned from the ground up with brand new questions, a killer new interface, and KlepHacks' exclusive "Puffy Button Technology" (PBT). PBT provides the unique sense of feedback when clicking on a button that makes it more pleasurable to click.
MacFolklore questions have been featured as part of MacUser's game called "You Don't Know Mac" and were asked to game contestants at Power Computing's booth at MacWorld Expo '96 in Boston. The questions range from Apple advertisements to secret Macintosh projects and codenames. Registered users receive the latest versions of the questions files and detailed instructions on how to use the MacFolklore quiz engine to easily write their own quiz games without any programming. All users are encouraged to submit new questions to the question database, which can be done online from the MacFolklore home page.
Download MacFolklore II.
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