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Richard Scarry's How Things Work in Busytown

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#1
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HTWBusytownBinCue.zip (257.93 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
#2
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HTWBusytownISO.zip (70.60 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
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HTWBusytown.pdf
Emulation
This game works with: Basilisk II,

First download is a .bin/.cue image containing the data track and seven audio tracks. Second download is an .iso image containing only the data track, for use with emulators. HFS format.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

System Requirements: System 6.0.7, Macintosh LC II, RAM Free 2M, HDD 1M, CD-ROM, 640 x 480 @8-bit (256 colors)

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fm2's picture
by fm2 - 2015, December 10 - 12:27pm

System 7.5.3, Mac OS 8.1, Mac OS 9.2.2 -- all working. You must first set 256 colors.

bw-photo's picture
by bw-photo - 2015, December 10 - 8:56am
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I am not having any luck with game either. I tried in OS 9 (clams unsupported) and in OS 7.5.3 in BasiliskII. My brother use to have this game for Windows, I don't know if the disk has the Mac version too but he probably has it somewhere. I will upload it if it exists. It's a great game for little kids.

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by halcyon - 2014, October 13 - 6:18am

thanks for this - i cant find this game anywhere and it was part of my childhood

however, the data track seems to be missing crucial files - i cannot run it using basilisk II...

would appreciate any assistance

thanks!