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Berlin im Untergrund: Potsdamer Platz (German)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (348.20 MB)
MD5: f97315c9dac8c4d6e5a7d1fda8ab37d7
For Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6 - Mac OS X
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
This app works with: SheepShaver,

The CD-ROM "Berlin, Underground" offers an impressive encounter with the underground center of the "New Berlin". Through unique documentary recordings, audio reports, film sequences and an interactive room inspection, secret places can be experienced - from the development of the underground urban infrastructure and the construction of suburban and underground trains to the first large basements and bunkers of the Third Reich up to the subterranean and underground Division of the city during the Cold War and its development into the German capital after reunification.
With a great deal of commitment to historical details and through multimedia presentation, an atmospherically dense journey through the underground of a cosmopolitan city has been created.
The bird's eye view of Potsdamer Platz from five different points in time between 1885 and 1999 also illustrates Berlin's history in a fascinating way. Illustrations and floor plans of individual plants as well as further links to the Internet complete this documentation.- translated from the readme file.

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Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)

This is a hybrid CD-ROM for PC & Mac.

System requirements PC:
Windows 98/Me/2000
Pentium III, 300 MHz
8 MB Graphics card, Sound card

System requirements Mac:
MacOS 8.6 or higher, Mac OS X native
PowerPC G3, 233 MHz or higher

Common requirements:
QuickTime 4
32 MB of RAM
24x CD-ROM drive


Antonin29's picture
by Antonin29 - 2020, April 12 - 1:17pm

Seems very interesting! Can't wait to try this out!

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2018, December 31 - 8:02pm

This documentary was also part of Macwelt in 2005, but that version was wrapped into a Mac OS X-only dmg file.