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Crosscountry USA

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Crosscountry_USA.sit (4.45 MB)
MD5: a18eed3e65d852d471c42bbc4b5e63a4
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
CrossCountry_USA.iso_.sit (19.70 MB)
MD5: 432431e5fd4dda0f5fdbfee65cdc03a1
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Cross Country USA was definitely one of my all time favorite games as a kid. I often played it during computer class in elementary school. At the time, I did not even realize that it was an educational game; it was simply fun to drive around... In this educational and entertaining computer game, you as the player must drive an eighteen wheel truck across the country (hence the title Cross-Country USA) to load cargo and make deliveries in over one hundred cities. - Classic PC Games

Game will run in OS X Classic Mode.


If you have the School Edition (which offered extra features over this "Home Edition"), or the Canadian counterpart Crosscountry Canada, please upload them.


The 2nd DL is a hybrid Mac/PC disc image, compressed with StuffIt 5.5

Architecture: 68k


IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2015, August 11 - 5:35pm

Probably the recent uploaded 2nd file contains all the missing files?

If so, the 4.45 MB sit file could be removed then?

Tanner1294's picture
by Tanner1294 - 2011, August 6 - 4:50am

Okay thanks, I just re-uploaded it with a different name =)

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2011, August 4 - 4:56pm

screenshot names like "picture_3_2.png" and "picture_1_2.png" are bad, because the website system doesn't know which game is it. Better to give the same name as the game title.

Tanner1294's picture
by Tanner1294 - 2011, August 4 - 1:03am

There, I changed the screenshot to reflect what the game actually looks like. I also added to the description that the game will run in Classic Mode.

Tanner1294's picture
by Tanner1294 - 2011, August 4 - 12:50am

I remember playing a version of this on my old 98SE pc when I was younger. Took me a long time to figure out what to do and where to go.

watchsmart's picture
by watchsmart - 2010, May 28 - 12:42am

Yes, it is.

marquisor's picture
by marquisor - 2010, May 27 - 6:49pm

is it 68k compatible??

Temporary Joe's picture
by Temporary Joe - 2009, December 19 - 8:11pm

The screenshots look like they are from a later version...and the educational version (not available) will let you build your own scenarios. As it stands, the version I have is getting off of my hard drive.

watchsmart's picture
by watchsmart - 2009, August 28 - 3:07pm

Was "Cross Country Canada" ever published for the Mac? I only remember playing that one on the Apple II.

PS: thanks for fixing the archive! It runs great in Basilisk II with Mac OS 7 (for me, anyhow).

Edit: Changed 'xxx 7' to 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User

bertyboy's picture
by bertyboy - 2009, August 19 - 7:33am

Expands fine in a later version of Stuffit, I'll re-pack in v5.5 and upload, replacing this one.

hannahstory's picture
by hannahstory - 2009, August 19 - 1:58am

No luck either... looks like someone uploaded a bad copy. Sad

watchsmart's picture
by watchsmart - 2009, May 1 - 10:51am

HOWEVER... I can't get this one to expand. Anyone had any luck with that?

watchsmart's picture
by watchsmart - 2009, April 15 - 4:56am

Yes, yes! I used to play this one on the Apple II.