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Zipped. Dsk file of Deja Vu 1&2

Would anybody be willing to upload a zipped. Dsk file for Deja Vu A Nightmare Comes True and Deja Vu 2 Lost in Las Vegas? I am on android and do not have access to ImportFi,HFVepander,etc. If someone would upload the files I asked for it wold be greatly appreciated.

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Just added both games as zipped disk images to their pages.
Let us know in case you run into trouble, the OS X zip flavor is not known for compatibility. Smile

As for emulators, you may have noticed the Android port of BasiliskII: http://anddev.at.ua/load/emulators/basilisk_ii/2-1-0-24
and the thread at Emaculation: http://www.emaculation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=7035
I´m no sure how such old games do perform in BII, but BasiliskII may be the solution for importing or exporting files from the mobile devices as the BII build has the usual host folder "Unix" to play with.

Inflating the zip, mounting and playing in BII-Android seems to work so far.
There are some junk files after inflating, but the img file is intact.

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Thank you!! On that note would I be able to mount . Sit with BII and then use stuffit?

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Should work that way up to Stuffit 4 IIRC.
Anyway BII on Android is quite usable once you get used to the way the "mouse" is handled.
A bootable disk image for BII is here: http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/macos-753-emulators

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Unfortunately my device will not run BII so I am forced into using minivmac. Sad

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Thank you!! On that note would I be able to mount . Sit with BII and then use stuffit?

.sit is no the file to be mounted as disk file (nor is it or contains a "ROM" file, just for information).

.sit files are to be unstuffed by using StuffIt Expander from within the emulated Mac OS software.

Tho' if it contains a ready-to-use disk image to be
mounted as drive from the emulator's GUI,
this would be the easier way.