Apeiron/Apeiron X – Mac Game Review (Classic & Mac OSX)

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This is a review of Apeiron and Apeiron X for Mac.

In 1995 Ambrosia Software released a Centipede clone named Apeiron for the classic Macintosh. Taking the already addictive game and making it their own, somewhat.

Later in 2004, they released Apeiron X that updated the game to run on the modern Mac OSX and reworked the visuals.

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Where To Get:
Apeiron Classic:

Apeiron X:

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Mac Emulator & Guides:

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This video was written, edited, and voiced by Kevin Faulk.
The script was proofread by Rachel Prunty.
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The content in this video was used for review purposes.

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13 comments

  1. GloomyRed 29 June, 2020 at 19:23 Reply

    Hi everyone, i love this game (and bubble troubleX) but i can't get the codes anywhere to renew them, any idea on how to crack them/unlock the full version? I really love those games and I'd really love to play them again! Thanks a lot!!

  2. Hailex 29 June, 2020 at 19:23 Reply

    I still have this on my Mac, it's too bad the company is defunct now. I never knew there were cheat codes, thank you for the screen shot! Just FYI for anyone out there, macOS Catalina and beyond will break the game as it disables 32 bit support. If you still have this game, DO NOT UPDATE! Great video, gotta love the classics.

  3. 2JohnRP 29 June, 2020 at 19:23 Reply

    Another classic Ambrosia Software game I loved growing up! 😀 I know that this is a long shot, but you wouldn't happen to know if an MP3 version of the theme music exists somewhere? 🙂

  4. Mohammed Sheikh Ibrahim 29 June, 2020 at 19:23 Reply

    if i download the emulator could i play it in windows 10 ? plzz answer i want to download it to my father he was so excited to play because he missed itq

  5. Apeiron 29 June, 2020 at 19:23 Reply

    Man, what a game… I remember playing this when I was two years old! My mom was still taking a class for computers to learn how to use one!

  6. bub777 29 June, 2020 at 19:23 Reply

    Bless you man! This is arguably the first Aperion video I've found that actually features the trippy rainbow mushroom. I loved triggering that thing when I played the demo back in the day!

  7. StoneCresent 29 June, 2020 at 19:23 Reply

    Ambrosia Software, I remember them for publishing the Escape Velocity series which were very influential for me and my brothers.

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