I have had an Impossible Dream: Nook Touch Macintosh: An Impossible Dream?
And then I had a hint that the dream came true: Nook Touch Macintosh Achieved?
And today the realization of that dream has been confirmed!
Flying Toasters on a Nook Touch!
Macintosh veterans will immediately recognize that classic screensaver!
And there’s more!
There is an album of thirty-nine images here. I am posting a few key ones:
Update: I see people have jumped to the conclusion that these photos are of my Nook Touch. No. These are by Mini vMac for Android user FlyingToaster, who I link to below.
Both 7 and 7.5 work fine but I prefer 7 because the older B/W games and stuff don’t crash as often (corrupting disk image) It’s not fun starting over.
The scaling is a little too large, if the scaling was fixed it would be 8-O 10/10!!
I use StickyClick which keeps the menus open after one click. THANK YOU to the author of that. Shatterball is fun, kinda like a modern touch game
And additional note from him:
Mini vMac II (the paid version) is WAYYYY better. Scaling works normally on the nook and 256 colors!! (grays on the nook..duh) It is fantastic! Use/play just about any mac 68k application on the nook.
And Classic notes:
For $2, its the cheapest mac with the least hassle I have ever obtained!
So there it is, finally. Proof that Mini vMac for Android can turn a Nook Touch into a Classic Macintosh.
That really does make the Nook Touch the best damned eInk device out there.
And don’t miss Renate’s Ultimate Hacked Nook Touch.