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Nikolai's Pirates

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
nikolais_pirates.toast_.sit (159.72 MB)
MD5: f5e7eb78c7896e8d2d300d2bf386d0f3
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This game works with: SheepShaver,

Nikolai's Pirates is an educational, highly interactive Adventure game with many puzzles to solve and mini-games to play, part of the legendary, yet forgotten Nikolai's Adventures series of games.

Nikolai and his very naughty friend Neow-Neow set sail in search of the missing pieces from Captain Blood's treasure map. They'll need your help to explore tropical islands, as they come face-to-face with crafty pirates. Sharpen your thinking skills with mind-boggling games and puzzles guaranteed to entertain landlubbers and sea travelers alike. Learn what real pirates ate, how they dressed and what they used to defend themselves in battle. Meet some of history's most infamous pirates. Explore a pirate timeline that dates back hundreds of years. Another Nikolai and Neow-Neow adventure awaits you! Anchors aweigh mates!

This game works perfectly on Mac OS 9.2.2. I have no doubts that it works on older versions of Mac OS as well.

You will need MacRAR or similar program to decompress the archive, then a version of Toast to mount or burn the disc image.

Other games in the Nikolai series: Knights, Mysteries, Pharaohs, Toys, Trains, Treats

Nikolai in Outer Space can be downloaded here. It doesn't have a page on Macintosh Garden because it is for Windows 95 only.

Architecture: PPC

Minimum System Requirements

Power Macintosh - Mac OS 7.0.1 with Sound Manager 3.0 - 8MB RAM (16 recommended) - Double-speed CD-ROM drive - Monitor capable of displaying 256 colors or higher


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by epicMac - 2010, November 26 - 9:53pm

Yeah, MacGarden tends to do that to me too. If I pick one, it picks the next one down as well.

I'll remove 68k from the emulation section.

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by IIGS_User - 2010, November 26 - 5:31pm

Please check compatibility. If minimum is Power Macintosh, it can't be both 68k and Basilisk.

I know, on my computer system, if I click a field of compatibility and emulators, another field will be set.