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BLAM! 3

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BLAM_3_bincue.zip (465.43 MB)
MD5: 7f38fb4702930a30fbc368875a77cf4a
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Subtitled "An Autobiographical Index to Social Evils," the third BLAM! disk was released in 1997. The pièce de résistance, the culmination, the masterpiece, the "final fucking one," BLAM! 3 won a prestigious Silver Award from ID Magazine and took top prize at the Berlin Videonale.

Contents? There were no more outside contributors. BLAM! 3 was pure Necro Enema Amalgamated — aggressive, obscene, fucked up, and yet sometimes sweet and pretty too. The interface mutated as you progressed through the disk. The creators sometimes expressed their boredom with interactive design — "Click this pink piece of shit to proceed" — but then overcame that boredom by plunging into further extremes of perversion and hatred. Nigger Trigger, Tape Raper, Tit Man, Megiluguhguh, and the entire manuscript of Supervert's first book, Kreepy — it was a nightmare, a carnival, a bacchanale, a mindfuck, a death trip...

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by HughMungus - 2021, February 28 - 4:13am

Did it-thanks mrdav! I was using toast 6 and there didn't appear to be an option for burning bin/cue files or at least i couldn't find it. Toast 8 did and burned no problem. Plays ok under classic but can't figure out how to quit (no clear navigation but I think that's the point), Also, some artifacts appear on the screen. Will try it under os9. Cheers

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by mrdav - 2021, February 28 - 3:13am

I just burnt it OK using Toast 7. Maybe you could try a different CD? They do vary a bit in capacity. For example, the one I used just now was a 650 MB CD, but I have another brand that quotes 700 MB capacity.

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by HughMungus - 2021, February 28 - 2:36am

Hi, I tried to burn the bin/cue file but both Liquid CD and toast say there is not enough disk space on the cd (needs 14mgs). Anyone know if there is a way around this? Thanks in advance