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Running "The Fool's Errand"

Isn't tere some special way to run it?
Like, you just put the floppydisk in & click > THE FOOL'S ERRAND icon.
Don't certain sections have to be on a seperate disk or somethin' like that?
The 3 sections in the download are > FOOL'S PUZZLES/PROLOGUE & FINALE/THE FOOL'S ERRAND

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EDIT:
Isn't there some special way to run it?
Like, you DON'T just put the floppydisk in & click > THE FOOL'S ERRAND icon.
Don't certain sections have to be on a seperate disk or somethin' like that?
The 3 sections in the download are > FOOL'S PUZZLES/PROLOGUE & FINALE/THE FOOL'S ERRAND

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Copy all three parts into one folder on your hard drive, and double click on 'Prolog & Finale' to see the story setup for the game. I believe that after watching the prolog, the game will start automatically.

You can also bypass the prolog by double clicking on 'The Fool's Errand'.

When/if you finish the game, double clicking on 'Prolog & Finale' again will show you the finale of the story.

'Fools Puzzles' is the data file for the game. Again, all the files should live in the same folder, in order for the game to work properly.

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Holy monkey soothsayer ....
That's *it* ! lol

Thanks a B U N C H, MAMEBase !!