Forums

Forums (http://www.abandonia.com/vbullet/index.php)
-   On site (http://www.abandonia.com/vbullet/forumdisplay.php?f=74)
-   -   Mixed Up Mother Goose (http://www.abandonia.com/vbullet/showthread.php?t=20234)

gumpy 20-06-2009 03:45 PM

Mixed Up Mother Goose
 
Mixed Up Mother Goose SCI Version released in 1990 by Siera.

http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/mixed-up-mother-goose

This was made with Sierra's SCI engine used in games like Space Quest III, Police Quest II, etc. It is a 16 color 320x200 EGA game released on floppy disks.

I haven't been able to find this version of game anywhere. The version on this site and all the sites I've seen are the 160x200 AGI Version of the game.

_r.u.s.s. 21-06-2009 05:17 PM

there you go

would you like to review it?

gumpy 22-06-2009 07:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by _r.u.s.s. (Post 371389)
there you go

would you like to review it?

Thanks for the link... But that's the wrong version. Mother goose has the most version of any of the Sierra games. Here's some info about the different versions from a Sierra fan page:

1st version ("original"): Nov 10th 1987 - Floppy, AGI, EGA, DOS (480 kb)
2nd version ("enhanced"): Jul 31th 1990 - Floppy, SCI0, EGA, DOS (1,066 kb)
3rd version ("multimedia"):
  • Mar 8th 1991 - CD, SCI1, VGA, DOS & Win3.11 (247,564 kb) [multilingual]
  • Feb 7th 1992 - Floppy, SCI1, VGA, DOS (5,796 kb)
4th version ("deluxe"): May 1st 1995 - CD, SCI32, VGA, Win96 (126,677 kb)

I'm looking for the 2nd version ("enhanced"): Jul 31th 1990 - Floppy, SCI0, EGA, DOS (1,066 kb). I have version 1, 3, and 4 in my collection of Sierra games but not version 2. (I know, I'm a geek. :))

The link that you was for the 3rd version.

I'll be happy to write a review of the version that you sent me though. What are the guide lines for writing a review on Abandonia?

Luchsen 22-06-2009 08:44 PM

That is the only guideline we have. But it's old. [edit] We have a template, though. [/edit]

You could supply the fourth version. :)

gumpy 22-06-2009 11:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Luchsen (Post 371779)
That is the only guideline we have. But it's old. [edit] We have a template, though. [/edit]

You could supply the fourth version. :)

Ok, I'll write up a review.

What would be the best way to get the fourth version to you?

Luchsen 24-06-2009 03:16 PM

PM sent. :PM:

Acethor 28-08-2009 05:33 AM

Can someone upload this to FTP please? The link should not be here anyways.

Luchsen 28-08-2009 10:44 AM

Yes, there should be no download links in the forums (except for free things), but try to explain this to them for non-protected games. They don't want to understand that, if a game becomes protected, we would have to scan for and remove all download links (which is very labour-intensive, and it would be better to have the files on our FTP anyway). "They" are the people to whom this description applies, btw. But I plead guilty as well, since I used the method sometimes after I gave up curbing it.


The current time is 03:09 AM (GMT)

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.7.1
Copyright ©2000 - 2021, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.