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Bibi und Tina 5 - Das sprechende Pferd

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bibi_und_tina_5.zip (305.09 MB)
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver,

Count of Falkenstein has recorded the Circus horse called "Miraculus" of the deceased clown Beppo to his castle. In the past, "Miraculus" was the attraction at the circus. The horse can solve computing tasks, and spell out entire words. Since the count is busy now with the organization of a large show of jewels in his Castle, he asks Bibi and Tina take care of "Miraculus". Of course, Bibi and Tina want to find out the trick with which Beppo has brought the horse to speak. Then, mysterious strangers comes on the farm where Bibi and Tina reside, and the strangers are also interested in the skills of the horse. Someone's trying to steal the valuable jewelry from the show in the Castle, and only the talking horse is witness to the burglary. Together with Bibi and Tina, can you decode the secret language of "Miraculus" and help the two girlfriends to debunk the jewel thief.
You can also create great horse pictures in the horse Studio, as coloring sheet or mini poster print.

Hints:
At the start of the game you've to select one of the huts to run the game.

The file "Komplettlösung.txt" included on CD contains a solution way to the game.

Download from max1zzz's server
Bibi_und_Tina_5.zip
Compatibility
Architecture: PPC x86 (Windows)

This is a hybrid CD_ROM for PC & Mac.

System requirements Mac:
PowerPC G3, 200 MHz, Mac OS 8.1 to 9.2.2

Installation Macintosh:
Drag the folder "Auf Desktop ziehen" to a location on your hard disk drive.

System requirements PC:
Pentium 200 HMz, Windows 95/98/NT4/2k/ME/XP, 16-bit graphics card, sound card.

Common requirements:
32 MB of RAM free, 640 x 480 pixels, 30 MB hard disk space.

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by IIGS_User - 2014, January 23 - 9:48am

A note by Mrdav:

Hi, IIGS User

None of the bin-cue pairs that you have been putting up are recognised by Toast 7. I have tried Bibi Blocksberg 2, Bibi Blocksberg 4, Bibi und Tina 5, Bibi und Tina 6. However I AM able to convert them to a recognised bin-cue form using UltraIso on Windows (which is what I always use to create bin-cue pairs)

The first downloadable file above is the file initially uploaded,
the second download is the file fixed by Mrdav.

Why these files needs to be a bin-cue pair of files?
Because they include an audio partition, being Mixed-Mode CD-ROMs.