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Sam & Max Hit the Road

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
sam_and_max.zip (110.13 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
SamNMaxHitTheRoad_bin-cue.zip (403.51 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: ScummVM

"Sam & Max Hit the Road is a graphic adventure computer game released by LucasArts during the company's adventure games era. The game was originally released for DOS in 1993 and for Mac OS in 1995. A 2002 re-release included compatibility with Windows. The game is based on the comic characters of Sam and Max, the "Freelance Police", an anthropomorphic dog and "hyperkinetic rabbity thing". The characters, created by Steve Purcell, originally debuted in a 1987 comic book series. Based on the 1989 Sam & Max comic On the Road, the duo take the case of a missing bigfoot from a nearby carnival, traveling to many Americana tourist sites to solve the mystery." --Wikipedia.org

This is a mixed mode CD with four audio tracks

The 1st download contains a Toast image of the game and a separate folder containing mp3 files of the audio tracks.

The 2nd download is a bin/cue image of the CD. Use this with Toast (Mac) or ImgBurn (Win) to burn a physical CD that contains the game track together with the audio tracks.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

68040 or PPC
System 7.1 or higher
8MB RAM (with 4MB available)
Double Speed (2X) CD-ROM or faster
256 colors
13 inch monitor or larger
Hard Drive required for saving only

Comments

Kitchen2010's picture
by Kitchen2010 - 2016, December 30 - 8:36am

Thanks a lot for uploading the full CD with the Audio tracks! Smile

eisnerguy1's picture
by eisnerguy1 - 2012, March 8 - 6:02am

I second this idea. It'd be nice to have a 1:1 image of the disc.

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2012, January 12 - 3:13pm

For mixed mode CDs it might be preferrable to archive as bin/cue.
That way the downloaded and burned to disk items would be as close to the original as possible.
Just a thought...

Dimitris1980's picture
by Dimitris1980 - 2012, January 12 - 11:33am

What are these 4 audio tracks? Can you hear them when you play the game?

Harrymatic's picture
by Harrymatic - 2010, November 14 - 6:09pm

Blast. Foiled again.

bertyboy's picture
by bertyboy - 2010, November 14 - 5:57pm

Only ever released on floppy for the DOS platform.

Harrymatic's picture
by Harrymatic - 2010, November 14 - 2:16pm

Any chance of uploading the floppy version?

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2010, May 2 - 6:44am

Any chance somebody can upload this again? Playing this again after so many years would make me smile so wide that I'm afraid my face would turn inside out.

Uploading again isn't required, but I think you mean to upload it to an external server... Wink

maxwell_smart's picture
by maxwell_smart - 2010, May 2 - 1:39am

Any chance somebody can upload this again? Playing this again after so many years would make me smile so wide that I'm afraid my face would turn inside out.

wolfo's picture
by wolfo - 2009, July 21 - 3:24pm

Thanks! I love this game Smile