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The Classic 12: Scott Adams' Adventures

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
classic_twelve_adventures.sit (215.50 KB)
MD5: 62e288e7585da64c59f05b3ae73399d8
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
This game works with: Mini vMac

The 12 classic text adventures in all their frustrating 2-word command glory. GET VOCABULARY!

Included are:

  1. Adventureland
  2. Pirate Adventure
  3. Secret Mission
  4. Voodoo Castle
  5. The Count
  6. Strange Odyssey
  7. Fun House Mystery
  8. Pyramid of Doom
  9. Ghost Town
  10. Savage Island: Part 1
  11. Savage Island: Part 2
  12. The Golden Voyage

According to the owner resource, this is "Version 1.2, Dec 1984."

Architecture: 68k


swamprock's picture
by swamprock - 2017, April 21 - 7:25pm

Yeah you're absolutely right. Guess I shouldn't comment when I'm near comatose from work Smile

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by sstaylor - 2017, April 21 - 2:45pm

I'm afraid your usb floppy drive isn't going to be able to read the disk. The disk in the photo says it will run on a mac 128k, which means a 400K disk, which the mechanism in any usb floppy drive I've ever heard of won't read. Apple used a variable-speed drive and controller, which no PC ever used.
Seems like 400k floppy support had been eliminated by the time OS 9 came along anyway.

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by swamprock - 2017, April 21 - 5:47am

I have this same exact disk. I kept it when I sold my SE (converted to an SE/30). I should see if it runs under OS 9 (if I can find my USB floppy drive)...

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by themacmeister - 2013, June 4 - 1:05pm

take screenshot LOL!!!

Space Baboon's picture
by Space Baboon - 2013, June 4 - 1:00pm

Which games are on here?

GuyWithGuitars's picture
by GuyWithGuitars - 2013, March 3 - 10:11pm

I finally got a working, bootable copy of this disk image and am playing these on my Mac Plus.

You'll need DiskDup+, which I've uploaded to this site. You'll then be able to write this image to floppy regardless of checksum or bad sectors - as the original disk and this disk image are copy protected and disk image cannot be copied to actual floppy using any version of Disk Copy.

GuyWithGuitars's picture
by GuyWithGuitars - 2013, February 27 - 12:27am

So, the disk image appears protected. Can't open it in Disk Copy 4.2 or any other versions - says bad checksum however it runs fine in Mini vMac when booted from it. I'd like to run it the original hardware. Anyone know how I can do a bit copy (data dump ala dd) from the disk image to an actual 400/800k floppy on the original hardware or any programs that will copy the protected image file to an actual floppy?

GuyWithGuitars's picture
by GuyWithGuitars - 2013, February 18 - 3:54am

Oops... Never mind... I think I see...

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by SwedeBear - 2012, December 6 - 10:20pm

Very nice. Thanks! Smile