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Qin - The Tomb of the Middle Kingdom

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qin.sit (291.70 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
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Qin_Manual.pdf
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From Amazon:

Dare to explore the subterranean tomb of Qin Shi Huangdi, China's first emperor. Experience the mythology and culture of Ancient China. Match your wits against the Middle Kingdom's greatest dictator while exploring vast realms of mystery and untold beauty. Buried under fifteen stories of earth, filled with traps and pitfalls, the tomb has defied those who would enter it for 2000 years. Now it's your turn to discover the wonder and peril and magical secret of Qin's unexplored underground palace. You control your destiny.

CD image compressed with Stuffit 5.5

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

Requirements from the disc:

* Performa or better/33 Mhz (68040 processor or higher)
* 12 MB RAM, or 8 MB of Available RAM
* Color monitor with 256 colors or better, 640 x 480
* Double-speed CD-ROM drive (4X CD-ROM recommended)
* Mac OS 7.1 or higher

Untested in OS9 or under Classic, or in any of the emulators. If you try it, post your results here.

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IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2016, November 27 - 11:55am

gave the resulting Toast file a name that exceeded the classic Mac filename length of 32 characters,

That's was I look for when I upload files. Try to short them below 32 (including the _ char added by the site), and giving the files and screen shots and its URL *) at this very place an unique name (or at least, let start all the file names with the same unique characters).

*) When creating a page, I enter the Floppy/CD image name into the applications name field to get the matching URL. When created and uploaded, I change the text of the applications name field.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, November 26 - 10:59pm

Stuffit file is corrupted

No, its fine. Tested qin.sit and it extracts OK to a Toast file which also mounts OK.

Your problem with this is elsewhere.

The only criticism with the archive I have, is the original archivist when using Toast to create the image, gave the resulting Toast file a name that exceeded the classic Mac filename length of 32 characters, and Toast or StuffIt (likely StuffIt) truncated the filename by dropping the .toast suffix ending from the file's name. The file qin.sit extracts to a Toast file named "Qin Tomb of the Middle Kingdom." It mounts OK using Toast or the built in image mounter in a PPC Mac OS X, however, the actual name of the mounted disk is a simple "Qin".

If it helps, MD5 checksums of the .sit and extracted content are:

d03a606b00eb4e8e0f81e485f0c4b78a *qin.sit
40b510704b7f3e4da8ddde58c2778f58 *Qin Tomb of the Middle Kingdom.

konstantinopolsky's picture
by konstantinopolsky - 2016, November 26 - 8:33pm

Stuffit file is corrupted

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2013, January 31 - 9:57pm

Replaced dead link. Replacement image thanks to soudesune.

Mac Dro's picture
by Mac Dro - 2011, July 19 - 2:41pm

Works well in OS 9, haven't tested in Classic, Sheepshaver or BasiliskII.