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S.C.OUT

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S.C.Out_.img_.sit (842.17 KB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
scout_1_4.zip (4.07 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
s.c.out_manual.pdf
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

This engaging and attractive puzzle game was first developed for the PC. Translation to the Mac proved to be an upgrade, at least visually. Each level is solved by blowing up the Mars face. Dozens of movable, operable objects must be utilized in game play somewhat reminiscent of The Incredible Machine.

The manual makes an explanation of the game's odd name:

In the grand military tradition of silly weapon names, the ship chosen for the mission was officially named The Star Clean Out. Embarrassed pilots immediately shortened the name to S.C.OUT.

Edit: I've added a list of level codes in the comments below. About half a dozen of the levels towards the end are very difficult (impossible?). Sad

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Architecture: 68k

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MetalSnake's picture
by MetalSnake - 2016, May 25 - 3:30pm

I love this game as a kid, I think I got stuck in Level 98 or something around that. So I almost finished but never really finished sadly. I need to replay this!

Also, SourceCode is available here (not sure if remake or original source): http://mercat.jean.free.fr/S.C.Out/

And a GitHub repository with (partly?) translated source code, and some fixes to compile it on a modern mac: https://github.com/Diskutant/S.C.Out

zodcra's picture
by zodcra - 2015, September 7 - 6:15pm

Solved

WhosIt.There's picture
by WhosIt.There - 2014, September 11 - 9:57am

S.C.Out Level codes
001 = RAFAFE
002 = LAXUDI
003 = ZOLATU
004 = XOVUPI
005 = MILOZI
006 = ZOKILE
007 = BETIXA
008 = LOMACE
009 = JEFIME
010 = TUDEJE
011 = JAKURI
012 = BOJIRA
013 = JILEZO
014 = MUBALI
015 = LAMANE
016 = VOXOLI
017 = TEBUMU
018 = NUCIDO
019 = DOKALE
020 = CEMATE
021 = XUJIFU
022 = RUJELI
023 = MOLOJA
024 = VONIFU
025 = MIXEDU
026 = ZUMAVO
027 = XUKEXE
028 = BIFUTA
029 = DAMUDA
030 = PAKUNE
031 = BEMUMA
032 = KAVIMO
033 = NUREXA
034 = RURAPI
035 = JEJAPI
036 = NAFAXI
037 = FACABA
038 = MENIMI
039 = MELENA
040 = TIVFA
041 = BIJAME
042 = LITOVO
043 = POMINU
044 = TALOLA
045 = DUNAVE
046 = FIVIDO
047 = BUXALI
048 = CUFIBO
049 = MAMOFU
050 = LAVONO
051 = ZOBATA
052 = REDECA
053 = DUMANI
054 = LUMERA
055 = FUZIBU
056 = NICONA
057 = JEBINI
058 = LAKEXO
059 = PIJERU
060 = MUVUKA
061 = TIKOKE
062 = PIVECI
063 = XIPAXI
064 = VEDAPU
065 = CIFABU
066 = FADAMA
067 = NODOTI
068 = MUFUPO
069 = MACINE
070 = CUDODI
071 = KUMEKI
072 = MAXULE
073 = DEMIFA
074 = KATAXE
075 = CIZEBE
076 = DEFIVE
077 = ZICODA
078 = KOVABI
079 = ZOFOKU
080 = FITOJI
081 = DUTEJO
082 = XUXETE
083 = REJITA
084 = NIRIPE
085 = NAPEMI
086 = XERECA
087 = KENAVO
088 = VUDERU
089 = DIRONO
090 = JIRURE
091 = TEBOVI
092 = KORAKA
093 = NELARI
094 = TAXEDA
095 = NUPAXO
096 = VACETE
097 = FADIMA
098 = DONIKO
099 = LUTANO
100 = ZETIPO

colt45camaro's picture
by colt45camaro - 2012, August 26 - 4:07am
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I played this when I was a kid on my dad's performa. I think this game was sold by the scholastic book order program at my elementary school. I am 27 now and still appreciate the game play. Also the music (one song?) is awesome in this game! \m/ Laughing out loud

MCP's picture
by MCP - 2011, July 17 - 3:56am

I've uploaded a second archive with scans of the original package contents and floppy disk. (Version 1.4)

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2009, June 2 - 3:53pm

It's OK. Maybe you did not found it because it was listed as 'S.C. Out' instead of 'S.C.Out' before.
But thanks for the detailed game description anyway, that one was missed before.

grawlix.computing's picture
by grawlix.computing - 2009, June 2 - 7:33am

Sorry about making a duplicate entry for S.C.OUT. Even though I searched for it before adding, I obviously overlooked it.