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Carmen Sandiego Word Detective

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
carmen_word_detective.iso_.sit (298.16 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
CS_Word_Detective_guide.pdf
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver,

"Word is out! In an unspeakable attempt to turn the English language on its ear, Carmen Sandiego has invented the Babble-On Machine, a diabolical device that transforms language into utter nonsense. As Agent 13, your mission is to free a dozen babbling ACME agents by completing over 60 activities that will further develop your spelling, grammar, and vocabulary skills. Good Luck!"

See also: Carmen Sandiego Math Detective

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC x86 (Windows)

Top DL above (298.16 MB) is a Mac HFS/ISO Hybrid image.

Comments

by SmokelessJoe - 2019, February 10 - 4:40am

I can’t seem to get this working on my G4 MDD with OS 9.2.2. The intro plays fine, then the interface that has options/transport/email appears but the rest of the screen is black and it appears to freeze at this point. Any ideas?

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by IIGS_User - 2015, June 12 - 6:19am

Thanks MTT, hopefully readers of this page are no longer confused.
And the page still holds what's neccessary.

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by IIGS_User - 2015, June 11 - 5:16pm

I don't want to decide alone. Wink

by mrdav - 2015, June 11 - 9:56am

That is a moderators decision (i.e. yours or another). I happen to agree, but it is not for me to do.

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by IIGS_User - 2015, June 11 - 8:09am

I think we must clean up remove the other files, leaving online the internal and Max1zzz's only.

by mrdav - 2015, June 11 - 7:48am

The iso on max's server and on the internal server are the same and are hybrid disc images with HFS on the Mac side, so there is no need for another copy. But thanks anyway. However if you do want to add yours, you should leave the others intact.

by vivalabextor - 2015, June 11 - 6:04am

I am totally confused about which images here have what. I have an original copy of the CD, which is an HFS/ISO hybrid. Shall I image it and upload that image here, and delete the rest?

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by IIGS_User - 2013, February 13 - 5:58pm

I own a 'Carmen Math Detective CD-ROM' (English) in HFS Standard format.
Software is copyrighted 1998 (Classic only) , printed on CD is the year 2004.

This one: Carmen Sandiego Math Detective

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by MikeTomTom - 2013, February 13 - 12:01pm

This is a 2004 CD after all...

Well... somebody did click a "2004" checkbox on this site...

Googling gets me this, from 1998...

HOMEPC MAGAZINE, January 18, 1998
* CARMEN SANDIEGO, WORD DETECTIVE $39.95. Windows 3.1 / 95 CD-ROM. Macintosh CD-ROM. From Broderbund Software. 800-521-6263.

& this (for sale at Sears), for $6.99...
MAC Requirements-Mac OS 7.1/Hybrid 68040 7MB of RAM Power Macintosh 2X CD-ROM Hard Drive

My guess is it should be HFS (or HFS/ISO 9660 hybrid) - a direct CD to (.cdr or .iso) file would settle this.

Edit: Anyway, I've changed the 'xxx 7' to 'Mac OS 7', sorry. - IIGS User

by mrdav - 2013, February 13 - 11:02am

Are you sure that the original CD is not HFS+? This is a 2004 CD after all. When making a disk image, doesn't Toast just take a copy of the CD and use the type of file system that is on the CD?

EDIT: Or do all CDs use HFS?

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by IIGS_User - 2013, February 13 - 9:45am

The first time I used Toast 11, I was no longer able to find this option,
so I'm still using Toast 10 and try not to use a newer version in the future.
The option "HFS Standard" is hidden in the Options area,
when you create a "Data" type of CD-ROM image.
But what about creating a "Copy" type of CD-ROM image?

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by HomeStarRunnerTron - 2013, February 13 - 6:59am

Ohhh, okay! I'll give it a shot... I AM using Toast. Sometimes. I'm running these games on Mac OS 9, myself. *cracks up*

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by IIGS_User - 2013, February 12 - 7:35pm

I'm sure, original media must be formatted in HFS Standard, if you're using Toast, there must be an option to tick anywhere in the GUI.

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by Ryan Alexander - 2013, February 12 - 3:48pm

HFS+ volumes cannot be read on anything older than Mac OS 8.1.

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by HomeStarRunnerTron - 2013, February 12 - 8:30am

Shoot! What's the difference, and how do I change it?!

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by IIGS_User - 2013, February 11 - 6:26pm

Be aware, the current "Download (external link)" contains a HFS+ image,
which should be a HFS-only image.