[size=11]My worst programs...
[b]CCC / SuccessMaker[/b] - This became overall popular in the education world back in the 90's, however, their programs were very tough to view, read, and study over. I mean, at least for me. I always flunk most lessons despite that I read hard and give my best efforts.
[b]At Ease[/b] - This control panel became popular also in the education world since administrators believed that Finder was an easy target for students to delete, add, and edit whatever files and control panel areas they see. But I hated it because for one, it was very stupid to use... and two, you provide a password for it to go from At Ease back to Finder, but later down the road, if you lost track of the password, you remain stuck until you re-install Mac OS.
My best programs:
[b]Eric's Ultimate Solitaire[/b] - I started playing its 2-mode demo and I fell in love with it over and over! This beated Microsoft's version of Solitaire and made it slightly interesting by calling it "Klondike."
[b]Munchers - Entire Suite[/b] - Yes, this became popular even back when the Apple II's were out. Then it was later re-programmed to fit Mac OS 7.x. It included Super, Fraction, Word, and Number (that's all I can remember). Fraction Munchers for Mac OS however, became my favorite since I finally knew all the basics of fractions. This led me to setting one of the highest scores in a school. I got up to ~level 240 and scored a total of ~245,000 and that's why. I also knew the default management options passwords for these 4 games. Today, I probably only know some while I lost track of the rest.[/size]