Artillery

Castle Artillery Castle

a Macintosh Shareware Game by Kirk Crawford
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Artillery CastleDownload BinHex version of Artillery 2.0.9 beta

Artillery is a two player projectile motion simulation game that I wrote for the Macintosh. It started out in 1983 on a TI 99/4A computer. When I got my first Mac in 1984, I wrote Artillery for that. Over the years I have occasionally updated the program. This version should work on most Macs. Please e-mail me any suggestions or bugs that you find.

Artillery is Shareware. If you like it and use it, send $10 donation to: kirk (at) kirkanddonna.com via paypal personal gift

NOTE: Artillery is not available for DOS or Windows yet. I may make a version for Windows in the future. If you would like to be notified when that version comes out, please e-mail me.

Artillery Screen Shot

3 thoughts on “Artillery

  1. Anthony

    Hey Kirk,

    Thank you for posting this online, but the link for the file is corrupt :(

    This game is awesome. My friends and I used to play this for hours on an old mac we had at our high school!

    Anthony

  2. Daniel

    Really happy to have found this page, after much Google searching. When I was in primary school in a tiny country town in rural Australia, there was an old Mac in my classroom with your game on it. I have been thinking about it recently but couldn’t remember the name, so it took some obscure search references and a number of hours to find this. Thanks for the hours of fun all those years ago with my mates and please notify if a version is ever made for Windows, or Iphone or Android. Would be a hit on portable platforms I reckon! Thanks.

  3. Kirk Post author

    The file seems to download fine for me. Unfortunately I don’t have a Mac anymore, so I can’t really test the file. Maybe one day I’ll find another version of it and upload it here. Sorry.

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