Macintosh II owners can now enjoy playing Sierra games that were meant to be seen in living color. Sierra has now completed color conversions of all current Sierra 3-D Animated adventure Games on the Macintosh II. Macintosh II owners will now have the opportunity to choose between black-and-white or color when playing Sierra adventure games.
Sierra's plans include support of color on all future 3-D Animated Adventure Games for the Macintosh II. ALl versions will be shipped in one package that will also support the Macintosh 512, Macintosh Plush, and Macintosh SE computers.
Current Sierra programs to support the Macintosh II in color include the King's Quest series, the Space Quest series, Police Quest, Mixed-Up Mother Goose, and Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards. Macintosh II owners can upgrade their black and white copies of Sierra On-Line 3-D Animated Adventures to color by calling Sierra On-Line's Customer Support Division at (209) 683-6858.
Issue 4: Winter 1988
- Adlib Music Synthesizer Card (advertisement)
- Adlib Music Synthesizer Card Supports Sierra Games
- Apple II Graphics Book Available (Issue 4)
- Compute! Book Tells the Complete Story of King's Quest Series
- Corny Cartoons Captured!
- Dealer List (Issue 4)
- Drawing Dynamos Discovered!
- Gold Rush! Sierra's 3-D Animated Historical Simulation
- Heard It In The Hallway (Sierra's Rumor Mill) - Winter 1988
- How to Avoid the Holiday Hint Crush
- Issue 4 Credits
- Kings Quest IV Arrives!
- King's Quest IV - A Technological Wonder
- Manhunter: New York (A Review)
- New Products (Issue 4)
- President's Corner (Issue 4)
- Roberta Williams on the New King's Quest
- Sierra Catalog Orders (Issue 4)
- Sierra Completes Conversion of Color Macintosh Games
- Sierra Extends Hint Hotlines for Holiday Season
- Sierragram (Issue 4)
- Sierra Mail Bag (Issue 4)
- Sierra On-Line, Inc. Announces It's Initial Public Offering of Common Stock
- Sierra Ships New Titles for IIGS
- Smart Money Enchanced for Apple IIGS
- Successful Word Search Winners Announced (Issue 4)
- The Eyes Have It (Sierra's Picture Puzzle Winners Announced!)
- The Men Behind the Mysterious Manhunter: New York
- Three More Sierra Games Go for the Gold!
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