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Crazy Cars

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
crazycars.zip (960.25 KB)
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
crazy-cars-1x.sit (1,017.65 KB)
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
manuel_mac.jpg
Emulation
This game works with: Mini vMac

A good game for old macs (works on my mac plus!) doesn't support any video modes on ppc macs though, good if you have an older mac. - Adam

very old game...- JB

[Top DL]: 800k Disk Copy 4.2 images in .zip archive (resource forks missing) suitable for dragging into Mini vMac window, to mount.

[2nd DL]: 800k disk images in Disk Copy 4.2 .image format in a StuffIt 3.6 .sit archive for better backwards compatibility with original hardware.
MD5 checksum & filename: 393d37cf3d1018bd41bea72c9c78402f *crazy-cars-1x.sit

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Archive Contents (Both DL's above):
- v1.1 : b/w (monochrome)
- v1.2 : 16 colors (Mac II)
- v1.3 : b/w (monochrome)
by Gael_FR, including manual as a single page scanned image (French, Manual link above).

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by Gael_FR - 2014, February 2 - 3:12pm

Added new archive containing 3 versions :
- v1.1 : monochrome,
- v1.2 : 16 colors (Mac II),
- v1.3 : monochrome.
Added French manual scan and box&disks pictures.
Enjoy !

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by Noodleman21 - 2010, October 31 - 4:37am

@Timshel66: Lol what did you expect from the screenshot? And just because it doesn't work well on an emulator it doesn't mean it doesn't work well on the 68k macs it was actually designed for.

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by Timshel66 - 2009, August 30 - 5:50pm
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This game is awful. It is impossible to play on anything but a dead slow computer, and there is no flipping menu to quit the game. I had to force quit my mini vmac just to get out of the thing. On a side note, this was one of the first games of Titus Software, known for making masterpieces like Superman 64...