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Conflux is a two-player (hot seat) puzzle game in which you try to find pairs of money amounts by clicking 2 tiles on the board per turn. If you find a matching pair, your score goes up by that amount, but keep an eye for "Take half" or "Take 500$" tiles which widthdraws funds from the other player and gives it to you! What makes Conflux stand out from other games of the same genre is the riddle that is written underneath the board tiles. On each turn, a player can click "Solve Puzzle" to have a guess at what the random ordered letters in the background mean. The game ends when a player successfully solves the riddle OR removes the last pair of tiles on the board.
That old game has a very unique feature: when you quit the game no matter how advanced you were, it automatically saves its exact state, so when you launch the app back up again, you'll find your progress exactly opening up to where it was last left without even needing to load a save game file. I haven't seen this feature in any other Mac game from the 68K era.
Conflux.sit (21.75 KiB / 22.27 KB)
Conflux v1.0 / compressed w/ Stuffit
Mac OS 6.x - Mac OS 9.2.2
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Mini vMac