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Language Learning With Asterix: Asterix and Son

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Language_with_Asterix.iso_.sit (291.35 MB)
MD5: fd39cbcf1e7a04ad669a7a990b2074ef
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: SheepShaver,

Learn English or French with Asterix the Gaul by following a voice-acted, panel-by-panel presentation of the 1983 story Asterix and Son. The software targets speakers of many languages. Sourced from the Internet Archive.


This Mac-only CD is Disc 1 of 2; the story ends with a "To Be Continued" cliffhanger. If you have the matching Disc 2 of 2, please upload it. We would also appreciate complete copies of any of EuroTalk's hybrid Mac/Windows Asterix releases, which may feature a different story (Asterix and the Secret Weapon) or teach a different language (German, Spanish, Italian, and even Latin).


Architecture: 68k PPC

SSW 7.0
3.5 MB RAM
256 colours


Franky233's picture
by Franky233 - 2019, April 18 - 5:08pm

Hi there,

Some titles from Eurotalk you could looking for, are:

- Apprenez le français avec le fils d'Astérix
- Lerne Deutsch mit dem Sohn des Asterix
- Linguam latinam cum filio Asterigis perfecisse

The first one could be found for example at:

State Library of Western Australia
Alexander Library
Perth, AU-WA 6000 Australia


Brisbane City Council Library Services
Brisbane, AU-QL 4000 Australia


Bentleigh Library
Caulfield South, VIC 3162 Australia


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MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2019, April 15 - 11:03pm

Thanks very much for finding this one, mrdav.

The one I've long been hoping to see is "Learn French with Astérix" also from 1995 (or later editions). But this is definitely a step nearer to that goal. Smile