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15-10-2020 09:53 AM
Smiling Spectre
Originally Posted by Capo View Post
We have it in the Iso cellar, why send people to another site?
He said that link is dead. So I found the working one. I didn't think about circumstances described above (but after my post), sorry.
10-10-2020 07:31 PM
Originally Posted by MartyD82 View Post
I have the files from there now.
Happy to hear that
09-10-2020 09:19 PM
MartyD82 Figured it out. I needed to convert the imgs to isos with ISOBuster. Im all set for right now
09-10-2020 03:09 AM
MartyD82 Actually, when I try to open the extracted ISO images from the two operational files on the ISO Cellar, I get an error saying "File Corrupted." I unpacked all the WINRAR archives in, I'm pretty sure, the correct order (*.rar, *.r0, *.r1, *.r2) and then ran the batch file to decode them. So I'm wondering if these files aren't compatible with Windows 10 64-bit perhaps?
08-10-2020 11:14 PM
MartyD82 Nevermind. I didn't realize I needed a 4Shared account to be able to download from the site. LOL.

I have the files from there now.
08-10-2020 03:00 PM
MartyD82 The ISO Cellar links appear to be dead now (they are, after all, twelve years old at this point). I was able to get the ISO from here:


It's clearly the unpatched version, due to the February 1995 timestamp. So I'll probably run the install through DosBox, patch it, and then run the patched version through ScummVM.
08-10-2020 02:22 PM
Originally Posted by Smiling Spectre View Post
Check Old-games.ru. They even have several versions, including those you need.
We have it in the Iso cellar, why send people to another site?
08-10-2020 01:26 PM
Smiling Spectre Check Old-games.ru. They even have several versions, including those you need.
07-10-2020 10:30 PM
CD Version Upload

Hi everybody,

Unfortunately, it looks like this classic Point And Click game will never see a re-release on GOG, etc. due to it being in copyright hell. So it looks like Abandonware sites are probably the only way to reasonably get a hold of it.

I notice the version hosted here on Abandonia is the floppy disc one, which doesn't have voice acting. So does anybody have an ISO of the CD Rom version (patched to Version 1.04) that they could post? Also, will this ISO work with ScummVM (I want to download James Woodcock's remastered soundtrack)?

(The above download link seems to only work with 32 bit versions of Windows)

Thanks a million!
09-02-2014 04:30 PM
Voices -- yes

Originally Posted by AnonMQB6YA View Post
I'd just like to point out that I've found a copy of what appears to be the full CD version, with voices @
Fantastic, down load from link, and followed v good install instructions. and it all works, sound, voices, & saves. Thank you
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