Several versions of StuntCopter are playable at archive.org, in all the mac classic goodness:
The Duane Blehm Collection : Duane Blehm : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
TidBits - First 100 Issues in Hypercard format is there too:
TidBITS - First 100 issues in HyperCard format : Adam and Tonya Engst : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
I still miss Alice (Through the Looking Glass) by Steve Capps.
From later, Gofer was a wonderful search utility desk accessory that I’d love to find a replacement for. It had a full suite of search terms, so you could search for something like “(pink or white) within ten words before elephant and at least two sentences after sale”, or “exact phrase” in the same paragraph as “fuzzy phrase”. Devonthink has a couple of these terms, but not nearly as rich as Gofer. The Gopher results display was also wonderful; it was easy to skip through from hit to hit across multiple files until you found the one you wanted, a little like bbedit today but better, and much easier than Devonthink.
Does anyone remember the Mouse Hole BBS? I managed to get some department funding to pay the long distance charges because enough faculty wanted to know more more more well before the educational price was available (in Oct 1984) and it was cheaper to pay once than multiple times for the same stuff. (Educational discounts meant something back then: 50% off.)