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The Berenstain Bears in the Dark

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (204.11 MB)
MD5: e32e0f11799ee3cadd46c0bfaedec30d
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This is based on the book of the same name, written by Jan and Stan Berenstain and published in 1982. Sister Bear enjoys nature books, while Brother Bear enjoys mysteries. But when Brother borrows a scary book from the library and reads part of it to Sister, she gets nightmares. This keeps the whole family up - and miserable - all night. It's up to Papa Bear to help Sister through her fears of the night and explain how everyone feels afraid of the sounds in the dark at some point, even adults. Also included in the game are two smaller games. In one, players must match animals by memory. In the other, players must reconstruct scenes by using the pieces of the puzzle. In addition, several music tracks are included on the CD-ROM that players can listen to on a CD player. (allgame)

The is a bin/cue disc image, compressed with OS X zip. Burn with Toast (or alternative) to make a mixed mode CD with a hybrid Mac/PC game partition and an Audio partition.

Architecture: 68k PPC x86 (Windows)


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by mrdav - 2015, February 24 - 10:56pm

If anyone is wondering why I still upload to max1zzz's server instead in the internal server, it is because I am now unable to upload anything but small files to the internal server. [All is OK now] What happens is that my upload gets terminated by the host (some sort of timeout issue). This has only started to happen in the last couple of months. So I no longer try to upload directly here as it is a waste of time. I don't know the reason for this but it probably has something to do with the slow rate for uploads imposed by my ISP, although I don't know what has changed recently to cause this problem. Alternatively, I have no problem uploading to max's server using an ftp client. This also has the advantage of showing the progress of the upload, something the MG server does not do.