One of the first game I played on a Macintosh. smile

Abuse for Macintosh : https://mega.nz/#F!EMp3CKaD!OdHIXkdfoCQIhU69b27OpA


Title: Abuse for Macintosh
Disc Number / Letter: 
Disc Title: 
System: Apple Macintosh
Media Type: CD-ROM
Category: Games
Region: USA
Languages: English
Disc Serial:
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Barcode: 
ISBN: 
Error Count: 0
Comments: 
Contents: Abuse Demo, Marathon Demo, Marathon 2 Demo, Pathways Demo
Version: 
Edition/Release: Original
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Copy Protection: None found

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Space Quest 6: Roger Wilco : https://mega.nz/#F!1Q5XjaYa!wbTEz6YbsQ-VgwTsF4gXAw  

Title: Space Quest 6: Roger Wilco
Disc Number / Letter: 
Disc Title: 
System: Apple Macintosh
Media Type: CD-ROM
Category: Games
Region: France
Languages: English
Disc Serial: S4330250Z12ZZ
Ringcode Information:
    Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): SQ6MACFF/DG/DF 07 JUN 96    MPO    01 @@@ 9
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ISBN: 
Error Count: 0
Comments: 
Contents: 
Version: 
Edition/Release: Original
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Disc has no PVD
Copy Protection: None found

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Do we accept "for Macintosh" as a part of the title? http://redump.org/disc/4419/ -- this one has its "for Windows 95" in Edition.

The game itself is "Abuse", and is slightly different than the pc version.

I agree that the "for Macintosh" is a bit weird in the title, and it could go as edition to harmonize the names in the result list if we search for "Abuse".
But I didn't really know what to do with it as it's on the disc label, on the packaging, and even replace the usual "Abuse" logo in the main menu.

The only thing that doesn't show the "For Macintosh" would be the shortcut name or the logo in the credits ?

The question was more towards Jackal, he has added your Abuse with "for Macintosh" as a part of the title, we need some consistency on that.