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Oscar's Creative Workshop

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
oscar_creative_workshop.cdr_.sit (198.79 MB)
MD5: 26600c15b6ab5c576204ae5c782eaf49
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS 9
This game works with: SheepShaver,

Print, Play and Design with Oscar! Build your own farm, from the fences to the tractors, the animals, the people and the buildings. Print your own party decorations, invitations, and check out Oscar's great party activities!
Make fingerpuppets, choose an Oscar screensaver or even create your own Four season's Balloon like Oscar's. Lots of extra surprises included. - Description taken from the box.
For ages 4 to 10, this game plays in English and German.

For Windows 95/98 and Mac OS 8.1 to 9.2.2 (PowerPC) Buy Link:
Oscar and the Balloonist, My Creative Workshop Buy Links:
Oscar der Ballonfahrer - Spiel- und BastelBox
Oscar the Ballonist: My Creative Workshop [Import]

Architecture: PPC x86 (Windows)

This is a hybrid CD-ROM for PC & Mac.

System requirements Mac:
PowerPC 120 MHz, 32.768 colours, Mac OS 8.1 to 9.2.2

System requirements PC:
Pentium 166, 16-Bit High Color, sound card, Windows 95/98/2k/NT4.

Common requirements:
32 MB RAM, 30 MB hard disk space, 800x600 pixels, printer.
CD-ROM needs to be in drive during gameplay.

Macintosh hints:
To install the game, drag the folder "Oscars Bastelwerkstatt" (if using German version) to your hard disk. The game will complain if you try to run it from CD-ROM directly.
If you're playing on a Mac, the game will ask for some settings first.
If you connect another printer to your Mac, you'll need to delete the game's preferences first: To delete the game's preferences, drag the folder "Oscar_Bastel" onto the Trash. This folder can be found within your Preferences folder.


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by IIGS_User - 2013, October 6 - 9:33am

The picture above doesn't match the knowledge of German childrens at school:

"Cows are purple and the milk comes out of the machine at the supermarket."