Product Updates

A beta version of Atomic Archive: Enhanced Edition for Mac OS X has been released.

Download it here.

(This version is currently incompatible with Mac OS X 10.6 - Snow Leopard and later)

Known Issues

There is a known issue that scene transitions will not display properly.

Atomic Age

If you have just purchased an old copy of Atomic Age, you can download the program without the need to install an older QuickTime.

QuickTime Updates

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Help Downloading

The files that are provided here are in several formats that are widely used on the world wide web.

Opening .zip Files

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NOTE: PKZip and WinZip are shareware utilities. If you use either utility regularly, you are obligated to pay a shareware fee to PKWare, Inc. (PKZip) or Nico Mak Computing, Inc. (WinZip). Read the license agreement that comes with the utility for more details.

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