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From Alice to Ocean

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Download Alice_to_Ocean_bin-cue.zip (342.07 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Download from_alice_game.cdr_.sit (61.76 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Download Alice_Ocean_PhotoCD.zip (271.30 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Download from_alice_pcd1992.cdr_.sit (81.02 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

The astounding story of a twenty-seven-year-old Australian woman who set off to cross the desolate outback, accompanied only by four camels and a dog. It was a trip that began as a pure and (many said) lunatic gesture of independence and quickly turned into an all-out battle of wits against the forces of both nature and civilization. Cocky and outspoken, Robyn Davidson's tale is at once the probing journal of a daring and stubborn woman and a wilderness adventure of the most exhilarating sort. Rick Smolan, the photographer, had his own adventure tracking Robyn down to document her trip for National Geographic magazine. The outback of Australia, seen through Rick's cameras and Robyn's words, is an ancient awesome landscape swept by rain, heat and dust and inhabited by all varieties of marauding life, from poisonous snakes and wild bull camels to swarms of tourists clamoring after their newest heroine, the "Camel Lady." When Robyn and her caravan reach their destination six months and 1700 miles of outback later, their arrival marks the end of a true odyssey and an unforgettable book. —Amazon.com

A note about the downloads available above:

  • The first download available above is a bin/cue image of the "game" CD
    • The 2nd download available above is a stripped down data CD image of the "game" CD
    • The 3rd download available above is a bin/cue image of the Photo CD
    • The 4th download available above is a stripped down data CD image of the Photo CD

    The bin/cue downloads from the internal server will allow you to burn a copy of the particular CDs that includes the audio tracks (i.e. you get a physical copy of the original CD)

    Amazon.com Buy Links:
    From Alice to Ocean: Alone Across the Outback [Hardcover]
    From Alice to Ocean [Hardcover]
    From Alice to Ocean [Audio CD]
    From Alice to Ocean: Alone Across the Outback [Unknown Binding]
    Amazon.de Buy Links:
    From Alice to Ocean: Alone Across the Outback [Gebundene Ausgabe]
    From Alice to Ocean: Alone across the Outback [Taschenbuch]
    From Alice to Ocean [Audio CD]
    From Alice to Ocean [Gebundene Ausgabe]

    See also:
    Tracks [Paperback] by Robyn Davidson
    AgainstAllOdds.com/From Alice To Ocean
    Andrea Blythe's blog about writing, reading, and everything else
    Wikipedia.com/Robyn_Davidson Wikipedia.com/Rick_Smolan

  • Compatibility
    Architecture: 68k

    Comments

    by mrdav - 2015, February 28 - 10:15pm

    ---->"game CD"<----

    Yes, I some times do that accidently. I think it would be good to have a bin-cue of the photo CD, but it is really up to you whether you keep the first 4 files or not.

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    by IIGS_User - 2015, February 28 - 8:02pm

    No idea why I've named it "game" CD. If we remove/replace the separate first 4 files,
    I could also create a bin/cue image of the Photo CD in order to do this?

    by mrdav - 2015, February 1 - 8:42am

    I just added a bin-cue of my copy of the one CD that I have of this. Don't understand why the file is much bigger than the combined "game" and audio tracks uploaded previously.

    by mrdav - 2013, December 13 - 11:51am

    That's quick, fm2 Smile

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    by Protocol 7 - 2012, January 10 - 1:21am

    A significant title from a historical standpoint. It was the first to use Apple's QuickTime software.

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    by IIGS_User - 2012, January 6 - 9:11am

    I still have to learn that bin/cue is a valuable CD disc image format now.

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    by IIGS_User - 2012, January 3 - 6:03pm

    Anybody wanting me to upload bin/cue?

    Hmm... If it is worth to do so?

    I've got the original book with the CD-ROMs (it contains also a Photo CD still to be uploaded here). - done.

    by 24bit - 2012, January 3 - 5:48pm

    Got the original CD somwhere too.
    Pretty sure it came bundled with the CD300 or the 7100. I´m afraid the disk would be a bin/cue candidate again.
    Anybody wanting me to upload bin/cue?

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    by IIGS_User - 2012, January 3 - 5:31pm

    "She learns to master, ride and doctor the camels."