Connectix Virtual Game Station

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On: 2017-11-19 09:47:24
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What is Connectix Virtual Game Station?

This is a Sony Playstation 1 relased by Connectix in 1999 for Power Macintosh.

I found it on my father backup CDs and I .sit-ted it.

It works really good on my Quicksilver 800 MHz DP G4 and it also reads backup copies :)

How to install VGS:

-Extract the .sit package

-Run the install

-Run the patch and select the installed application on your HDD when prompted

-Delete the original installed application and run the patched one

-Good fun! :D


Connectix Virtual Game Station brings some of the most popular games to your Macintosh® with 'pop and go' simplicity. To play a game, just insert your PlayStation game CD. The included AutoLauncher software detects the game CD and automatically launches Connectix Virtual Game Station. You don't even have to click your mouse!

Play It YOUR Way!

Connectix Virtual Game Station is flexible - you can turn your keyboard into a game controller or use your favorite game controller or joystick. Connectix Virtual Game Station is compatible with standard keyboards and supports most ADB and USB game pads and joysticks, such as the Gravis GamePad Pro USB.

Whether you use a standard Apple(TM) keyboard or purchase a game pad, Connectix Virtual Game Station setup is quick and easy.

Two Can Play!

Two players can play simultaneously on a single Macintosh. Each player can use a preferred game controller - such as the computer keyboard, a joystick, or game pad - which can be custom configured to suit personal preferences.

The PREFERENCES screen enables each player to customize their game controller. And the Memory Card feature allows you to save settings to disk for quick recall later, making it easy to continue a game at a later time.

Connectix Corporation (1999). Connectix Virtual Game Station.

Download Connectix Virtual Game Station for Mac

(42.38 MiB / 44.44 MB)
VGS v1.4.1 installer CD image for Mac and Windows / ISO image, zipped
2343 / 2017-11-19 / 2016-03-16 / de437b3f566836fda559946eaf9dc57dc7b1a300 / /
(17.07 MiB / 17.9 MB)
VGS v1.1, v1.2, v1.4, v1.4.1, v1.5b2 with all "modchip" tools / Binary encoded, use Stuffit Expander
736 / 2017-11-19 / 2016-03-16 / c28f7e4facb6222cbafd8efacf22a51d36793c5a / /
(1.35 MiB / 1.42 MB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
266 / 2019-01-20 / f4c002acedfc813618a8bd6085e1039c6a1d3517 / /
(30.77 KiB / 31.5 KB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
63 / 2018-09-15 / 9e005640783fb1c02705af4a215ae631a212f75c / /
(268.17 MiB / 281.2 MB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
24 / 2021-11-12 / 3ebc1381c9df71fb15e5bcd8dea0dbd1f3a710e6 / /



System Requirements

From Mac OS 8.0 up to Mac OS 9.2

Compatibility notes

Architecture: PPC (G3 or newer, NOT compatible with G3 upgrade cards)

At least 10MB of free RAM

Mac OS 8.x - Mac OS 9.2.2

Optional Hardware
Supports USB and ADB game controllers, such as game pads or joysticks. Each USB/ADB device requires its own USB/ADB port on the computer.


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