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Flowers of Crystal

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Download (970.90 KB)
For System 1 - 5 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
This game works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

Flowers of Crystal is a unique and rare mac classic gem which is quite fun and educational.

The idea is to prevent havoc from happening in your kingdom by collecting objects such as soil, water, goggles things like that however there are obstacles such as blids, fibbers in lakes and nightcrawlers which can sometimes kill you. If you happen to die, Super Jim comes to the rescue!

This pack includes the Story and the first and second games.

To play the second game you must complete the first game to find out Rubellas age which unfortunately I can't remember. (The second one is MUCH more fun and addictive, but it took me at least a month to complete the first one)

Architecture: 68k

Hypercard Player Required.


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by IIGS_User - 2010, January 4 - 5:54pm

Currently using Toast 9 on Mac OS X 10.4.11/PowerBook G4.

In the 'Data' panel, Mac related CD formats, is a check box 'HFS standard', which have to be checked to create HFS standard volumes instead of HFS+ ones.

I hope, it's available in your version of Toast or other CD creation tool, too.
Good luck!

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by Attila - 2010, January 4 - 4:30pm

IIGS_User, how did you make that .cdr image? I've been trying to make such a file on my G3 iMac with OS 10.2.8 and it won't always winds up being in Mac OS Extended format. The file you made works very nicely with my Mini vMac both in OS9 and X.

by watchsmart - 2010, January 2 - 5:57pm

Thanks for that! It looks like a really neat game.

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by IIGS_User - 2010, January 2 - 3:10pm

Thanks for pointing out. Because Disk Copy 6.3 won't save it as Disk Copy 4.2 image, I decided to create a "" file. Simply add it to the emulator's drives list (Basilisk/SheepShaver) or drag & drop it onto Mini vMac window to get it mounted.

by watchsmart - 2010, January 2 - 11:40am

This one is a .ZIP file. If anyone can convert it to a more user-friendly STUFFIT archive it would be very much appreciated (particularly by Windows users).