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Moving Puzzle - Cats

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
movingpuzzlecats.iso_.sit (236.62 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
movingpuzzlecats.pdf
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver,

Did you ever puzzle a video? Just imagine a video that has been cut into little square pieces. The individual squares have been scrambled, rotated or even mirrored. How quickly can you put the video clip back together? Test your puzzle skills. If you succeed in solving the 12 clips on one level you're ready to tackle the 13th tricky video-puzzle!
- MobyGames

Hints to run the application:

Hints to run the application (German) :

Amazon.de Buy Link:
Moving Puzzle Cats

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

System requirements Mac:
Motorola 68040/66 MHz, Mac OS 7.1.2

System requirements PC:
80486/66 MHz, Windows 3.11/95, sound card

Common requirements:
8 MB RAM, 15 MB Hard Disk space, 256 colors, 640 x 480 pixels

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IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2014, January 13 - 8:27pm

German translation of Hints to run this game done.

The english written hints are intended to be a help for players not familiar with the language used in the game.

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by IIGS_User - 2014, January 13 - 7:58pm

I own some other themes, which I may add within the next weeks.

Where I got them from? Can't remember, but they was in used condition. Most probably eBay or Amazon. On the later, I found some other themes I still not own yet.

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by 24bit - 2014, January 13 - 6:37pm

Thanks for sharing! Now I just have to translate back your guide into German. Smile
I often wonder where you guys still find these gems.
I was searching at flea markets - but nothing could be rescued here.
This game looks like a nice candidate for my Pentium-III rig.

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by IIGS_User - 2014, January 12 - 7:02pm

I can't run this in Bas, because it asks for its CD (image), even if it's inserted.
When running this in Sheep using Virtual CD/DVD Utility, there are graphical glitches on the screen (vertical lines) .

Strange, when mounted without Virtual CD/DVD Utility, the game complains about its CD-ROM.
When started from CD directly, it complains about not have been copied to hard disk before.

The game runs fine on Windows 7/32 bit, where the screenshot above has been taken.

7, divided by 32, results in 0,21875 Smile