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Blinky Bill's Play & Learn: Year One

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Early_Learning_Year_1.iso_.sit (249.49 MB)
MD5: 25a1dd226fa985317f591b2e837d5036
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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This game works with: SheepShaver,

The series Blinky Bill's Play & Learn (aka Play & Learn with Blinky Bill consists of three titles: Preschool, Kindergarten (or Kindy), and Year One. Year One offers children educational continuity over the most important educational years in maths, language, social skills and the environment. Printable progress reports, reward system to encourage children to try their least favourite subjects and over 200 unique lessons

See also: Blinky Bill's Play & Learn: Kindergarten, Blinky Bill's Play & Learn: Preschool

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Architecture: PPC x86 (Windows)

Apple Macintosh, Power PC 100 Mhz or better; 16 Mb RAM or better preferred; sound manager 3.0; quad speed CD-ROM drive or better; system 7.5.3 or later; mouse or other pointing device

Windows, 133 MHZ Pentium processor or better; 16 Mb of RAM (24 Mb preferred); Windows compatible 16 bit sound card; 14" monitor set to 640 x 480; quad speed CD-R

OM drive or better; Windows 95 or later compatible system; mouse or other pointing device.

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Danielmarr's picture
by Danielmarr - 2020, October 26 - 4:25am

Early Learning Year One.zip

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by mrdav - 2020, October 25 - 12:33pm

Thank you for the upload. The disc image is a hybrid for Mac/Win. However, the extracted disc image is a raw image of the CD (2352 bytes/sector) whereas a standard .iso image contains 2048 bytes/sector. The raw image cannot be mounted on a Mac using the usual methods. In future, please make standard iso images of CDs for upload (e.g. you could use ImgBurn in Windows or Toast on a Mac as a .toast image is interchangeable with .iso). If you do not have the original CD then you can convert to a standard .iso using UltraIso in Windows or burn a CD from the raw image and then use ImgBurn or Toast to make a standard iso image.

EDIT: I have now replaced the original upload with a standard .iso disc image

Danielmarr's picture
by Danielmarr - 2020, October 25 - 7:59am

Early Learning Year 1

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by mrdav - 2020, October 25 - 4:29am

@Danielmarr. If this is just for Windows as the page indicates, then this has no place in Macintosh Garden. So if you only have a windows version, I suggest you do not upload it. If the CD is a hybrid Mac/Win version then please upload it provided your disc image captures both Mac and Win parts. If there is no Mac version published at all then the page will be deleted.