How can I play your classic games on my Macintosh?

There’s a few methods discussed here.

How can I play your classic games with Windows?

There’s several methods discussed here.

Are you going to bring any of your games to the iPad or other platforms?

“Not I,” said the brown cow.

I have no desire to expend the time, energy, and money to do the same thing twice.

Also, I’ve received dozens of e-mails asking me if they could port my classic games for me.

The answer is no. Absolutely under no circumstances. Please stop writing me.

I like my classic games the way they are.

Porting them to 2016 would require all-new artwork and sound design. Not to mention new puzzles.

The horror. The horror.

Are you going to complete the trilogy with The Fool’s Paradise?

Both The Fool’s Errand and The Fool and his Money are complete stories unto themselves.

However, the stage is set for The Fool’s Paradise. The Fool is at last freed from the task of undoing the enchantments and bewitchments of the Land. He is now an ordinary Tom Fool. He buys himself a new hat and a long smock, and with his recently acquired Tarot deck, he sets himself up as a Fortune Teller, for he has earned the gift of prophecy as well as the gift of wisdom.

The Star would be his advisor, and Tom Fool is given the Star’s Map.

You’ve talked about 3’s a Crowd and 3’s the Charm as sequels to 3 in Three. What about it?

The dilemma with designing those games is the conflict between people’s expectations and what I want to do.

Folks have told me about their ideas: the 3 on the Internet, the 3 inside video games, and heaven help me, the 3 in 3-D.

See, I fancy the 3 being still being stuck inside that same classic Macintosh.

Well, are you planning to do these games?

Ah, if wishing made it so.

I count myself lucky that The Fool and his Money made it to market on October 25, 2012 and continues to operate on MAC and WIN to this very day.

Can I hope for such luck again?

Magic Eight-Ball says, “Outlook not so good.”

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