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The Game Room

Price when rated: $30

Pros

  • Expansive and immersive story line
  • Nice mix of combat and adventure

Cons

  • Some story lines are dead ends that make you start over
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Price when rated: £29.95 (available only from the U.K.)

Pros

  • Fast and frantic arcade-style fun

Cons

  • Requires low-latency network connections
  • Only eight levels
  • No GameRanger support
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Price when rated: $49

Pros

  • Make your own adventure game without learning how to program from scratch

Cons

  • Difficult learning curve
  • You're on your own when it comes to storytelling talent
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Price when rated: $30

Pros

  • Brings sturdy and comfortable N64 controller to the Mac
  • Plug-and-play compatibility with OS 9 and OS X

Cons

  • Not as well equipped as it would be on a Windows PC
  • No Rumble Pak support
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