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Mac Has No Trouble

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maesn.dsk_.sit (171.57 KB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II, Mini vMac

The game can be played by 2, 3 or 4 players – one player per board side (the original one has a pattern for 6 players on its backside). Each player has 4 game pieces, which are in the "out" area when the game starts, and which must be brought into the player's "home" row. Early games had painted wooden pieces.

The rows are arranged in a cross position. They are surrounded and connected with a circle of fields, over which the game pieces move in clockwise direction. There are 3 fields nearest to each side of the board; the left one is the player's "start" field (marked "S") and the middle one leads to the "home" row.

This means that each game piece enters the circle at the "start" field, moves (clockwise) over the board and finally enters the "home" row. The first player with all of their pieces in their "home" row wins the game.

- Description taken from Wikipedia.org (English) and Wikipedia.de (German)

This version is called "Mac Has No Trouble", language can be changed between English, French ("Mac se ne fâche pas") and German ("Mac ärgert sich nicht")

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Architecture: 68k

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IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2011, July 24 - 7:04pm

For some reasons, emulators running System 6 can mount this only dragged from host system (Windows, Mac OS X ), but can't be mounted from inside. See also "Please unlock the disk..."