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Kingdom II: Shadoan

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Shadoan1.toast_.sit (419.63 MB)
MD5: ab3f81c09e5a10b812cceaf8f6baee1d
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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Shadoan2.toast_.sit (455.90 MB)
MD5: f55bc820e023f4ce8e780047f3d7ec17
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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manual-pc.pdf
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A follow up to the game Kingdom: The Far Reaches, which was itself a game from the arcades called Thayer's Quest, Shadoan finishes out the story of Thayer/Lathan, the last living descendant of the Argent Kings. Lathan's mission is to find the last two artefacts from the Hand of Mobius and reassemble the Hand (From the review below).

A review can be found here

Toast images, compressed with StuffIt 5.5

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

This is a Mac-only release.

68k & PPC according to NativeChecker (ReadMe file says PPC is required).
Mac OS 7.1.2 or later
7000K free RAM
13 MB HD space
256 color (thousands of colours recommended)
640x480 (or larger) monitor
Sound manager 3.1 or higher

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by mrdav - 2013, May 25 - 2:29am

The pic of the front cover that I uploaded looks as of it comes from a different edition of the game as the publisher is different.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2013, May 24 - 1:05pm

My copy of Disk 2, which just contains data, has a significant scratch that I could not remove, so one of the movie files could not be copied without error. I have recreated (and uploaded) an image of Disk 2 with the offending file replaced by the corresponding one on the PC version of the disk. The two files should be the same. The movie files are in Interplay's own format, but I was able to play them under Windows with mve2avi. The faulty movie file from the Mac disk plays and looks the same as the good one from the PC disk, except that the faulty one shows widespread pixellation because of the data errors. The reconstructed image of Disk 2 was done with minimal change to the original...the only thing that is different is the replacement movie file and the size of the disk image which is a few K smaller. I cannot find a reason for the size difference, because the size and identity of all folders and files (visible and invisible) is unchanged. Anyway, the upshot is that the replacement image is as close as I could make to what the original should be.