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Addiction Manager is a program for helping people manage addiction to computer games. It creates aliases to programs just like the finder does. However, with Addiction Manager's aliases, you can restrict access to your programs.
For example, if you should not be playing games during the week, you can make aliases to your games, restricting access from monday to friday. Then, when you double-click on a game's Addiction Manager alias, it will not work during the week. Instead, it will display a little message. If you double-click on a game's Addiction Manager alias during the weekend, however, it will open the game like an alias usually does.
addiction-Manager-0.91.sit (36.81 KiB / 37.69 KB)
Addiction Manager v0.91 / compressed w/ Stuffit
Addiction_Manager_1.0.1.sit (162.18 KiB / 166.07 KB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
From Mac OS 7.0
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II