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Bibi und Tina 6 - Ferien auf dem Martinshof

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (272.56 MB)
MD5: 0a316beeec558012aca06ccd09a5af2b
For Mac OS 8 - 8.1 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
This game works with: SheepShaver,

This is the sixth CD-ROM in the Bibi-und-Tina universe. Spend a week-long holiday on the farm called Martinshof. Some casual games, embedded in an exciting treatment of part of, provide a high replay value.


Description source: Buy Link:
Bibi und Tina -Ferien auf dem Martinshof

At the start of the game you've to select one of the straw bales to run the game.
After selecting a straw bale to run the game, it seems to display some copy protection questions (asks about horses, says 'I'm sure you know the answers", called the competition of the local newspaper, which is the beginning of the game.

The first prize of the competition (which you've won, obviously) is a week of vacation with Bibi and Tina on the Martinshof farm. Every day you get individual tasks that you need to perform. On the first day, you'll get an own horse, which you can feed, maintain, lunging and training for the jumping horse show at the weekend, the last day of your vacation. Of course Bibi and Tina will give advice to you. Also, they'll take pictures of the week, whihc you can watch in your photo album and print.

The file "Komplettlösung.txt" included on CD contains a solution way to the game.

Architecture: PPC x86 (Windows)

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

System requirements Mac:
PowerPC G3, Mac OS 8.1 to 9.2.2

Installation Macintosh:
Drag the folder "Auf Desktop ziehen" to a location on your hard disk drive.

System requirements PC:
Pentium 233 HMz, Windows 95/98/NT4/2k/ME/XP, 16-bit graphics card, sound card.

Common requirements:
32 MB of RAM free, 800 x 600 pixels, 30 MB hard disk space.


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by IIGS_User - 2014, January 23 - 10:47am

A note by Mrdav:

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 bin-cue form using UltraIso on Windows (which is what I always use to create bin-cue pairs)

Now available from above is the file fixed by Mrdav.

Why these files needs to be a bin-cue pair of files?
Because they include an audio partition, being Mixed-Mode CD-ROMs.