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Relive the most thrilling and hilarious moments from the Disney/Pixar film Ratatouille, as you assume the role of Remy, a young rat with dreams of becoming a great French chef, despite the obvious problem of being a rat. From the underground sewers to the bustling streets of Paris, Remy will dash, glide and slide through six action-packed, visually stunning worlds filled with dangerous enemies, intense heists and perilous missions. Go head-to-head with your friends in multiplayer mini-games or navigate your way through a sensational rat race that turns the culinary world of Paris upside down! (Product description)

These are hybrid Mac/PC disc images.

To play the game, the image of Disc 2 (Play Disc) must be mounted.

The third download is an image of a hybrid Mac/PC DVD that installs the game in English, Danish, Norwegian or Swedish (sourced from Adventure Legends)

Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac) x86 (Windows)

PPC G4 and Intel, 1.2 GHz
Mac OS X 10.3.9 or 10.4.9 as minimum
256 MB RAM
2 GB free hard drive space
GeForce3 or ATI 7500 graphics card.
Thousands of colours

Would not run for me in Mac OS X 10.6.8


MacDaddy's picture
by MacDaddy - 2019, January 6 - 10:32pm

I remember seeing ads for this back when the movie came out in theaters. Brings back memories.

SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2019, January 5 - 10:14am

State of the Art platformer in 3D first person perspective, with a big tutorial level. Though, bashing harmless baby chickens witha club is kinda harsh for a "kids game", imo.

Ratatouille is a rendering failure playing on my fast customized hardware using OSX 10.4.4 or greater, it's a Mirror Door 2003 with Radeon 9600 GPU. lt plays with the 9000 GPU and automatically adopts a reduced complexity, but falls flat with the much faster 9600 GPU. There it also has a blank black video screen in OSX 10.4.3

I found a trick that causes Ratatouille to render correctly using the Radeon 9600 graphics and OSX Tiger. By reverting both the "OpenGL.framework" AND the Extension "ATIRadeon9700GLDriver.bundle" to their OSX 10.4.2 versions, AND (temporarily) disabling the G4's Altivec coprocessor - only then does Ratatouille render for me. The trick is for Tiger, Leopard can't disable Altivec so Leopard remains broken to me, and Panther OSX 10.3.9 seems to work regardless.