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Help! Hypercard emulator wanted

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Have been trying to find a Hypercard emulator for OS X Lion (10.7 onwards) or any other OS – and no luck at all. My employer needs it to restore a simulation we were contracted to create for Bistsream Corp in 1991.

If you’re a veteran geek and know of any way to run a HyperCard stack on OS X (or any other OS!) please can you comment below.

Update: Of course, a full on pre OS X MacOS emulator would solve the problem too.

Thanks!

(BTW, Hypercard was superb. It would be great if someone created something like it today for building apps or web mockups.)

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Written by Oflife

April 2, 2012 at 8:09 pm

Posted in Apple, Technology

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  1. Google “Sweet16” to find the emulator which I have running on OS X (Mavericks). You will find HyperCard at . Don’t wing it. You need to follow the instructions. Of course, someone probably told you this two years ago.
    I share your enthusiasm for HyperCard, and it is a shame that Apple let it die.

    Eric Schonblom

    August 6, 2014 at 2:32 am

    • Thank you so much! I am a bit busy this week, but will try it in a few days, cannot wait, I have a Hypercard stack that I really do need to open.

      Oflife

      August 6, 2014 at 7:47 am

  2. I should have known better than to enter a URL for Hypercard. Never fear. The Sweet16 web site will tell you where to go for software, and you’ll find HyperCardGS listed.

    Eric Schonblom

    August 6, 2014 at 2:34 am


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