Leprechaun and Gold Pusher are two underrated old puzzle games for the Macintosh. These classics task the player to figure out the best way to get the gold over to the rainbow, while being mindful of whatever physics and enemies happen to be in each stage.

These classic titles from the early 90’s have hundreds of stages between them, requiring strategy, forward planning, and quick reactions. YesterYears Mac Games looks into what made these retro head-scratchers so memorable

These games are now abandonware, so can be downloaded to play on old Macintosh computers and emulators such as SheepShaver and Basilisk II below: