Where is the Best FTP or other Website to Find Mac Classic B&W Game Images?

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Where is the Best FTP or other Website to Find Mac Classic B&W Game Images?

Hi there, I have a Mac Classic with 4MB Ram, B&W and finally got it installed with 7.5.3 and with Stuffit. Now I need to find some old Classic game images to run on it. What are the best websites or FTP sites for downloading old Mac Classic B&W games. I really want to find a copy of the original B&W Dark Castle and Crystal Quest plus allot of others..
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Hi there, I have a Mac Classic with 4MB Ram, B&W and finally got it installed with 7.5.3 and with Stuffit. Now I need to find some old Classic game images to run on it. What are the best websites or FTP sites for downloading old Mac Classic B&W games. I really want to find a copy of the original B&W Dark Castle and Crystal Quest plus allot of others..
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By far this is the best site currently: http://macintoshgarden.org/

Nice thing is it's updated with new content almost daily now.

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Thanks for Reply! New Problem with Files From MacGarden

Hey thanks that looks like a good site but here's my problem now. Whenever I am trying to unstuff a .sit disk image from MacGarden, using Stuffit on my Classic it tells me that the file is corrupted and it won't unstuff anything usefull. It's odd because I've unstuffed .sit games from another site before with no problems but whenever I try any of the .sit files from MacGarden Stuffit tells me it's corrupted. Any Idea what the problem is?
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What version of Stuffit Expan

What version of Stuffit Expander are you using?
There was a change to the compression engine...around version 5 I think...somewhere in the late PPC days anyway...and previous versions couldn't open those .sit files, unless the originating Dropstuff had a compatibility setting enabled.

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