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Barry the Bear

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
SoftKey.iso_.sit (80.15 MB)
For System 6.x
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Install_Guide.pdf
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Explore the polar world with your new friend Barry.

Meet Barry the Bear and learn all about the polar bear family in their icy home of Greenland. In this multimedia adventure you and Barry play six fun activities and games. Also meet Nalaaq, the young Eskimo boy from the Inuit tribe who brings you lots of fun facts and joins you as you learn and play.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Architecture: 68k
Macintosh LC or better
System 6.0.7 or higher
2.5 MB RAM
256 colours

The above DL is a hybrid CD .ISO image for Mac & Windows PC's in a StuffIt ".sit" archive . As well as "Barry the Bear", it contains "POK The Little Artiste".

Information on "POK The Little Artiste" is located on this page and is also available for DL.

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by mrdav - 2016, December 9 - 8:45am

@Katie Cadet: Sometimes the images of older CDs do not mount on modern Mac OSs. I find that this is more common for items dated 1994 and earlier. The main thing is that they DO mount on systems of the vintage they were intended for.

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by Katie Cadet - 2016, December 9 - 1:46am

I can't read the ISO on both my MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid-2009) running OS X El Capitan and on my PowerBook G4 (15-inch Early 2005) running OS X Tiger (the latter was burned using Roxio Toast Titanium 6 and throws up a "Disk cannot be read" error after the burning completed). The archive.org copy has a working Barry The Bear ISO without the "Little Artiste" game, and I tested that on my Indigo iMac G3 (2000, 350MHz) running Mac OS 9.2.1 and all it does is crash the entire game when you double-click on its icon.

by SwedeBear - 2015, June 14 - 7:08pm

Just to clarify; this ISO contains both 'Barry the Bear' and 'POK The Little Artiste' Smile

by dankeykang - 2015, June 9 - 8:15pm

Stuffed the ISO and adding to the uploads here.

Thank you so much, you've made things a lot easier for me.

by SwedeBear - 2015, June 9 - 7:59pm

Got this title together with POK The Little “Artiste” from Adventure Legends. Converted to ISO and burned to a CD. Both partitions shows up in respective system and plays/installs. Stuffed the ISO and adding to the uploads here. Smile

by dankeykang - 2015, June 9 - 5:50pm

Sorry about taking so long to upload and currently not having a Mac-compatible file. I have created images using various programs including UltraISO, ImgBurn and MacImage but the game refuses to work for reasons I don't know. I got help from another user here (who uploaded a game by the same developers) who suggested I make the image using an actual Mac since the other methods weren't working.

I'm not massively familiar with how ISOs work especially since I've always been a Windows user. If you have any other advice it would be greatly appreciated because I hope to upload more games to the site.

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by MikeTomTom - 2015, June 7 - 8:45pm

  This is a PC-only disc image.

Hmm... going by blurb written on 3rd pic, this should have Mac content, too.

The OP dankeykang, will need to redo the image (hopefully using ImgBurn or UltraIso to do it) and re-upload. Uploading it to the internal server would also be nice.

Thanks for the heads-up, mrdav.

[Edit] Thanks for upping the hybrid, SwedeBear

by mrdav - 2015, June 7 - 9:42am

This is a PC-only disc image. There is no Mac partition and no Mac executable.

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by MikeTomTom - 2015, June 4 - 9:52pm

  Hopefully I'll be able to create a working file when I have access to an actual Mac.

If you used ImgBurn or UltraISO to create a .ISO image file of the CD, then it will have correctly preserved the Mac HFS side, too. No actual Mac required.

by dankeykang - 2015, June 4 - 7:08pm

The link I posted probably won't work in Mac emulators but should work fine in Windows 95-XP. Hopefully I'll be able to create a working file when I have access to an actual Mac.