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The Lüscher Profile

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (182.29 KB)
MD5: c8c1f356e5f9a3c3739b9869adcc1405
For System 1 - 5
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (5.80 MB)
MD5: 2a3deeba4631f3b84edec5a553db2c46
For System 1 - 5
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (175.99 KB)
MD5: fcb5ea782e3af6388272214a5ce8d1fd
For System 1 - 5
Guides on emulating older applications

Excerpted from the copy on the back cover of the folio:

The Lüscher Profile lets you look into your mind and personality by analyzing your preferences for various colors, shades, and shapes. By recording and interpreting your responses to a variety of tests, a profile emerges of the factors which define your current approach to work, relationships, and to life in general.

The first download (.dc42) contains a 400k MFS Disk Copy 4.2 image that was exported from a flux image. One of the files contained noise for copy protection and was zeroed out in the conversion.

The second download contains an A2R file which is a flux image captured with an Applesauce FDC. Its contents can be accessed and analyzed with the Applesauce client software.

First download will not run because of copy protection.
DL #3 is a disk image containing the unprotected application. The program will start, no further testing done.

Architecture: 68k


Dookie Boot's picture
by Dookie Boot - 2020, November 2 - 7:04am

I've been looking for this one for years. I still don't know how The Lüscher Color Test can be executed properly on a monochrome monitor but I'm sure Mindscape figured it out. I'm looking forward to a playable copy and all the documentation uploaded. Nice work!

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2020, November 1 - 1:03pm

Thanks for this rare gem and for hacking it!
The app seems to work with System 6 just the same, but the accompanying booklet seems to be needed to answer the tests. As it is, one can only choose between empty boxes.