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Entomorph: Plague of the Darkfall

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Entomorph_PlagueoftheDark.img_.sit (27.45 MB)
MD5: d5514578104f6e9c69ea683ef195dd48
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (291.91 MB)
MD5: 9a3b365e192477ffc0a77ec7876e2320
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

'This is an action-based computer role-playing game by where the player controls the character Warrick. The game is second computer game based in the fictional universe, World of Aden and is a sequel to World of Aden: Thunderscape. In this game you play the character squire Warrick who wants to try and find his sister Suiliana, When the game starts, you are briefed by a mysterious giant spider, which raises its fingers and casts a spell on you. You find yourself on an island, near an abandoned village, with no memory of how you got there. You continue on to a village nearby, where your aunt and Uncle live. Then some giant mosquitoes, a type of Jagtura attack. After killing these Jagtura you are found worthy to be a hero of a story.You continue on to the island of Phoros in pursuit of Sueiliana. Once there, you find that a celebration is happening at the center of the town. Once there, you are told by the locals to celebrate, as the Jagtura have returned. The Jagtura are over-sized insects that used to serve the people of the island of Phoros. With the coming of a mysterious plague, all the Jagtura abandoned the Phorovian people, and left them to grub in the dirt to make a living.' from Adventure Legends

Imaged as a bin-cue pair at 2nd archive at top-right. Burn with Toast to make a CD that contains both game and audio tracks.

Architecture: 68k PPC

EntoMorph requires QuickTime 2.0 or higher and Sound Manager 3.0 or higher.

If you have extra hard drive space, you may copy the worlds folder from the CD into the Plague folder on your hard drive. While this does take up 50 megabytes of disk space, the program will not need to read from the CD as your character moves from region to region within the game, speeding up game play. Recommended.


mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2013, October 31 - 2:13am

I have now added a bin-cue image constructed using the game file uploaded here and the audio partition on the PC version of the disc that macjames provided.

Note that the reconstructed image will not be identical to a bin-cue of an original CD because the time intervals between the audio tracks in my copy are slightly different from the original. This occurs because I use Toast to make a new physical mixed mode CD first (before making a new bin-cue from it using UltraISO in Windows) and Toast does not replicate the time intervals in the source audio image.

FYI: I specifically use Toast 5 to make the new mixed mode CD following comment #13 by bertyboy in this thread. The procedure does not work with Toast 7 because some functionality was removed in versions following Toast 5.

EDIT: However bertyboy reports success with Toast 7 in comment #14

macjames's picture
by macjames - 2013, October 30 - 6:08am

check you mail....

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2013, October 29 - 10:32pm

--->Is there still interest in this?<----

Yep. Can you put the PC bin-cue where I can DL it, please? I will make a new one for Mac

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by macjames - 2013, October 29 - 9:01pm

It seems i found online a bin/cue image from the PC version.. i have no reason to think the audio tracks are different from the mac version. Is there still interest in this?

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by SwedeBear - 2013, October 28 - 6:38pm

I'm afraid this is a copy dl:ed during the HL-era of which many was badly made when it came to 'Mixed Mode'.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2013, October 28 - 11:22am

Hi SwedeBear
It seems from the description that the CD has audio tracks. Any chance of a bin-cue, if you still have the original CD?

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by Slik - 2013, October 28 - 10:51am

In SheepShaver running 8.5, my cursor showed up after I assigned the program 66MB of memory, but only for a little while. With 96MB assigned, though, the cursor seems to stick around. I only get the movies with QuickTime 2.

j_damage•69's picture
by j_damage•69 - 2009, May 9 - 3:51am

Hmmm... Does anyone else have a problem with the courser not showing up on the screen? Cause no matter what option I put it on in the controls menu it doesn't show up when I'm playing the actual game, and I have to guess what I'm clicking on the screen. Other than that slight "issue" the game runs nicely.

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by SwedeBear - 2009, May 8 - 1:55pm

Archived it with Stuffit and re-uploaded.

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by j_damage•69 - 2009, May 9 - 3:51am

Runs well, thanks.