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Johnny Mnemonic

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MNEMONIC1.toast_.sit (527.71 MB)
MD5: ffe5a0b5b2a10e538bb37abc74cf0294
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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MNEMONC2.toast_.sit (478.50 MB)
MD5: 8ce4ecdf43af107ace423fb6e8183f29
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
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Johnny Mnemonic is based on William Gibson's short story and a subsequent movie of the same name. The game's plot bears more similarities to the movie than to the original story. Johnny is a courier in a futuristic society, delivering data implanted in his brain. However, the latest delivery is so big that it can kill him if he doesn't download the data. Unfortunately, the only person who knew the password is dead, and members of the Yakuza are hunting for the data and for its living container. The game consists of live-action video footage and interactive sequences, some of which play like adventure game segments and may contain simple puzzles, while others are more action-oriented. Johnny's bodyguard Jane often handles the fighting episodes; the player can assign buttons to punches and kicks. The adventure parts contain limited exploration and interaction with the environment, and mostly serve to advance the plot. (MobyGames)

The installed game application on your hard drive requires disc image #1 to be mounted first. After playing the game on Disc image #1, follow the instructions regarding Disc #2 below.

Architecture: 68k PPC

68040 or PPC
SSW 7.x
2 MB free hard drive space
640 x 480 display
256 or thousands of colours