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Schweine Domino

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Year released:
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (325.12 MB)
MD5: 73928c1f0c67bf10bfe1ac0bbf40865d
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Guides on emulating older games

Around the border of the game board there are pieces. With mouse button down, drag the pieces to the right places on the board. Try to place them on the path so that the half-pigs painted on the pieces will it make into complete pigs. This is not an easy task, because the pigs on the pieces looks very similar.

Before placing a piece on the board, you'll need to rotate it sometimes. To rotate a piece, place it on the desired field first, and click it several times until it is turned right.

As a small reward, the pig grunts if you have properly assembled its front and back parts.

There are three different Dominoes fields. To switch to another field, click the red "U-Turn" button in the lower right of the screen.
Description above has been translated from the back of the CD sleeve.

Plays in German only. Buy link:

Other Dominoes games:
Domitrix, MacDomino, Super Domino Dementia

Architecture: 68k PPC x86 (Windows)

This is a hybrid CD-ROM for PC & Mac.

System requirements Mac:
Mac OS 7.1

System requirements PC:
80486, Windows 3.1/95, VGA graphics card, sound card

Common requirements:
2x CD-ROM drive, 8 MB of RAM


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by IIGS_User - 2015, November 3 - 6:14pm

Nice to see it runs on your systems. Smile

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by 24bit - 2015, November 2 - 3:39pm

This could be fun for the little ones (and me). Smile
The game is running here on a 10.6.8 host from a sATA optical with BII, MacOS 7.5 - Quadra setting.

I presume that some old Windows flavor and BII will do the trick too, maybe pointless though, as the game is supposed to run natively in W95.

Edit: Yes it plays in W2K, W98 and BII Build 142 too, from the CD that is.

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by butterburger - 2015, November 2 - 8:54am

This looks cute and fun. Thank you IIGS_User, you are doing a super good job! I appreciate you. I am continually impressed, seeing such diverse and creative computer games and other software. I opine: modern fondleslab software is boring compared to nineties personal computer software. I wish I could be a child once again, to play so many of these games, published by Tivola (and so many others).

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by IIGS_User - 2015, November 2 - 8:38am

My experience with this game so far is:
SheepShaver crashes when I run this game, at least with Mac OS 9 installed.
Basilisk can’t find the CD, even if the image is inserted.
Parallels Desktop 10 with Windows ME installed: works