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Geschichten vom Süderhof Game 2019 May 18 - 5:08pm
Jahtzee Game 2019 May 15 - 10:05am
Lode Runner On-Line: The Mad Monks' Revenge Game 2019 May 10 - 1:18am
Surgeon 3: The Brain Game 2019 May 6 - 1:30am
The Rainbow Fish and the Whale Game 2019 Apr 28 - 9:08am
Lode Runner: The Legend Returns Game 2019 Apr 26 - 1:35am
Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye Game 2019 Apr 21 - 5:12am
MacBrickout Game 2019 Apr 20 - 8:30pm
Moomintrolls: Ninni - The Invisible Child Game 2019 Apr 18 - 7:04am
From Alice to Ocean Game 2019 Apr 17 - 4:52pm
IIGS_User joined us in April 8, 2009, and has been a member for 10 years 6 weeks.
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Hi IIGS User. You removed the notice about copyright claim on Journeyman project TURBO. Does this mean it is OK to re-upload now? I can do this. I also have all the other Journeyman titles i could re-upload as well.

EDIT: MTT has restored a notice of copyright claim so it seems that it is still in force.


Finally, I get the 16 color version worked!

After unstuffing "space_quest_1.sit", I discovered a document "SQ1 Copy Protection",
located in the subfolder "Copy Protection" of the folder "Space Quest 1 (16 colors)".
There it clearly stated how to bypass the disk check.

To make it easy for you, the message is as the following:

Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter
* Copy Protection Bypass - For Macintosh Only *

Upon start of the application,
there will be a prompt stating "Please insert Original GAME DISK 1".
During this screen,
hold down the Command key and type the following all in lowercase
excluding the quotation marks, "4givmeken".
After typing this message in while holding the Command key down, press Return.


Hi, IIGS User

None of the bin-cue pairs that you have been putting up are recognised by Toast 7. I have tried Bibi Blocksberg 2, Bibi Blocksberg 4, Bibi und Tina 5, Bibi und Tina 6. However I AM able to convert them to a recognised bib-cue form using UltraIso on Windows (which is what I always use to create bin-cue pairs)