Glider for Windows
Glider is fun because it requires a number of skills to succeed. You need good reflexes, good timing, and even good strategy to beat most levels. If you are looking for a fun, unassuming, and unique action/puzzle blend, check out this excellent port of a Macintosh classic that few PC gamers know about. Best of all, the game's author John Calhoun has decided to release the game as freeware after the copyrights reverted to him after the publisher, Casady & Greene, closed their doors in June, 2003. Two thumbs up, way up!
Note: It is too bad that the final incarnation of the game, Glider Pro, which lets you design your own houses/scenarios, was never ported to Windows. But since Glider Pro is now freeware along with the rest of the series, you can download the game from the author's website (linked below) for use with Basilisk II, our recommended Mac emulator for PC.
|Average Rating:||8.77 [9 votes]|
|Developer:||Casady & Greene|
|Software Copyright:||John Calhoun|
|Related Links:||Official site|
|More Info:||Mobygames | The Web|
|System Requirements:||Windows 3.1|
|If you like this game, try:||Airfix Dogfighter, Big Red Racing|
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