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Math Blaster 2: Race for the Omega Trophy

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Guides on emulating older games

Torrent link: (159 Mb) Mac & Win hybrid CD
TORRENT LINK FAIL! ITS ONLY WIN CD PARTITION!

Over 300 lessons, in 5 levels of difficulty build skills over 60 skills in Addition and subtraction, Multiplication, Fractions, Number patterns, and Problem solving and logic. Also features printable puzzles and an interactive math board.

Kids learn best when they are having fun.
Ages 7-8.

Compatibility
Architecture: x86 (Intel)

System Requirements:

Windows:

* Windows 95/98/Me/XP
* 166 MHz Pentium class processor (or faster) (Pentium II 300 MHz or faster for Windows XP)
* 32 MB RAM (128 MB RAM for Windows XP)
* High Color, 16-bit
* 12x CD-ROM drive

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TataMisia's picture
by TataMisia - 2012, December 12 - 4:53pm
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TORRENT LINK FAIL! ITS ONLY WIN CD PARTITION!

pepsiman's picture
by pepsiman - 2012, November 18 - 8:20am

Interesting to find for educational purposes. As far as I can tell, this is a re-release of "Math Blaster II: Secret of the Lost City", which was released in 1993, and later remade as "Math Blaster Ages 9–12"; playing it seems to confirm my suspicious. I'm still looking for the aforementioned remake, along with the corresponding title for younger children "Mega Math Blaster"; might upload them to Macintosh Garden IF I can find them.

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by mrdav - 2012, August 17 - 2:20pm

The CD image from the torrent seems to have no Macintosh partition. The same applies to the download available from Adventure Legends. It might have been a Hybrid CD originally, but the Mac partition seems to have been lost in translation.

TataMisia's picture
by TataMisia - 2009, December 7 - 7:50pm

Try mount by Roxio Toast

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by closeddoors1559 - 2009, December 7 - 5:56pm

I downloaded it, and I can't use the Mac version. I'm using it as a virtual CD under Basilisk II.