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WALL•E: The Video Game

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WALL-E.toast_.zip_.001 (715.26 MB)
MD5: 654a90654556327cf95d1925553e1860
For Mac OS X
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WALL-E.toast_.zip_.002 (715.26 MB)
MD5: 11590e9f634da317b32183000133d5e0
For Mac OS X
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WALL-E.toast_.zip_.003 (715.26 MB)
MD5: 46c28574eca659d901350166c923f04e
For Mac OS X
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WALL-E.toast_.zip_.004 (715.26 MB)
MD5: 644d514ae6acd18f2e47f1035e39a2a9
For Mac OS X
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WALL-E.toast_.zip_.005 (530.11 MB)
MD5: 9713a8540f3b5acb0d2d2a866aec1352
For Mac OS X
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (3.35 MB)
MD5: 053eccf6cbf0e0e21af18eb0b0e3b8ae
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (23.94 KB)
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Players of the game take control of WALL-E and EVE through a fast-paced adventure based on the Disney/Pixar film. The game allows fans to relive some of the movie’s most thrilling moments as they explore 10 worlds filled with non-stop action and adventure, along with head-to-head multiplayer challenges. Players will recognise the storyline, characters and key locations from the WALL-E film as they carry out intense missions, dodge dangerous enemies and navigate their way through a futuristic world. In addition, the game contains new storylines and environments that movie-goers will not see in theatres.

System Requirements:
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later
CPU Processor: PowerPC G4 or later
CPU Speed: 1.2GHz or faster
Memory: 256 MB or higher (512 MB recommended)
Hard Disk Space: 2.0 GB free disk space
Video Card (ATI): Radeon 9600 or better
Video Card (Nvidia): GeForce FX or better
Media Required: DVD Drive


Download Links:
1st - 5th: WALL-E.toast (Hybrid DVD Image)
6-th: Use No-CD (need to copy folders Music, VIDEOS from mounted WALL-E.toast in WALL-E).
7-th: NoDVD reduced image for ppc (need to copy folders Music, VIDEOS from mounted WALL-E.toast in WALL-E)

• Disc images were created with Toast 16 Pro and are in .toast format.
• Remember to always lock the .toast image when mounting and burning.
• Files were zipped with Keka v1.1.3 and tested on OS X 10.4.11 (Keka v0.1.2.1), 10.6.8 (Keka v1.0.4) and 10.13.6 (Keka v1.1.3).
• Game works on both PowerPC and Intel Processors.
• Disc image needs to be burned to a DVD to play on 10.4.11, otherwise it works mounted on 10.13.6.
• If there are any issues in regards to corrupt files or just in need of a hand feel free to comment below.

Installed & Tested On:
PowerBook G4 (15-inch, Dual Layer SD), PowerPC @ 1.67 GHz, 2 GB Ram, ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 128 MB, Mac OS X 10.4.11 - Compatible
iMac (Early 2009), Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66GHz, 8GB Ram, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M 256 MB, Mac OS X 10.6.8 - Compatible
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012) Intel Core i7 @ 2.6GHz, 16GB Ram, Intel HD Graphics 4000 & NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB, Mac OS X 10.13.6 - Compatible

Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac) x86 (Windows)


guts2's picture
by guts2 - 2021, April 1 - 7:54pm

it crashes why?

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by pc297 - 2021, February 8 - 2:23am

Dear all,

I just uploaded the reduced NoDVD image for ppc described in the post below

One still needs to copy folders Music, VIDEOS from mounted WALL-E.toast in WALL-E


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by pc297 - 2021, February 8 - 1:53am

Thanks a lot SkyCapt, figured out so much as well; there is another solution for noDVD on ppc, relying on copying the Music and VIDEOS folder to the game folder:

1) Mount image/insert DVD

2) copy the Music and VIDEOS folder from the image/DVD into the game folder

3) Copy all image/DVD contents in terminal using

rsync -r --progress /Volumes/WALL-E ~/Desktop/

4) in terminal, type the following:

find ~/Desktop/WALL-E -type -f -exec sh -c 'echo > {}' \;

(this writes empty strings to each file recursively in the copied image/dvd contents)

5) make an image of ~/Desktop/WALL-E (1.4 Mb now)

Mount the image and play (with videos and music)

Will upload the reduced image if this of any interest

I have tried finding the equivalent ppc code from the modified NoDVD intel code (0x5292FA: 84C07541>84C0EB41) however no luck finding an equivalent of this in big endian as of yet (let alone as is in little endian which should indeed yield no match)... There is also no reason for the instructions to be any similar between ppc and intel as the instruction sets are quite different! I might have a go at disassembling and looking for equivalent assembly code from the intel to the ppc side

Great recent game in any case!


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by SkyCapt - 2020, January 12 - 5:35am

"Disc image needs to be burned to a DVD to play on 10.4.11" should be removed from the description, I and another commenter found we don't need to burn.

WALL-E and another game "Ratatouille" are sister programs, not in their gameplay but in their technology: same makers, same year, similar hw requirements, and similar game-engines. In fact this WALL-E disc contains a demo version of Ratatouille but just not for Mac. I'm unsure this is a "hybrid" DVD in the sense of separate partitions for Mac<>PC, everything is jumbled together in one partition.

The DVD installs only about half its gamedata to your hard drive when you run the installer. The remaining half of gamedata is its Music and VIDEOS designed to be accessed in runtime out on disc named "WALL-E" but do NOT burn discs, for there is no real copy protection. Any image named "WALL-E" containing the DVD's Music and VIDEOS folders can be mounted by any means.

Video and controller options aren't available in-game, you must run the installed "Setup" app when you want to manage them.

The above intel-only NoCD will instruct the game app to avoid the disc search and instead grab music and video from folders within the installed folder, so you need to copy the two folders from DVD to your installed location.

To play the game on PowerPC, first mount the image of the DVD (3.5 GB) - OR use a hacked shorter "NoCD" image containing just the Music and VIDEOS folders (1.87GB) and when the new image is created in the form "uncompressed Read only" then it will also execute faster when played.

I could describe how to make my 1.87GB NoCD image but I'd rather see a real PPC NoCD crackpatch get made. The intel NoCD merely flips one byte of code, so let's find the equivalent one-byte in the PPC section.

Also: seems to work fine in 10.4.8 despite its declared requirements, just like Ratatouille. One more thing it normally hangs on a blank screen for around ten long seconds every time it's launched, so it might feel like it won't play but give it time.

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by a6307a - 2019, March 26 - 6:12pm

Added No-CD

z970's picture
by z970 - 2018, September 25 - 7:59pm

I thought somebody would have at least linked to the newly-uploaded listing...

Thanks, MacGenius.

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by pochopsp - 2018, September 24 - 9:20pm

thanks a lot, this game is really nice! I have an iBook G4 running OS X 10.5.8 and the workaround to make it work without a DVD is: rename the .toast image to .iso to change its format, then mount it with Toast Titanium and play Smile
works fine on my iBook but a bit slow sometimes due to the poor graphics card.

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by MacGenius1289 - 2018, September 24 - 6:14am

Yes I know, uploading takes time please be patient. It's a big game 3.5ish GBs and my upload speeds aren't the best.

Edit: All archives have now been uploaded, enjoy!

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by WhosIt.There - 2018, September 23 - 11:06pm

Give it some time (days rather than minutes). It does take a while for large files to upload and be displayed on the page.

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by pochopsp - 2018, September 23 - 10:28pm

Hi, I noticed there's only the first part of the zipped image. When will you upload the other ones? thank you for the game anyway!

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by Ewechan - 2018, September 23 - 9:40am

Awesome thank you!

MacGenius1289's picture
by MacGenius1289 - 2018, September 23 - 9:11am

Thanks I've added it.

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by mrdav - 2018, September 23 - 6:43am

Thanks for this. But I believe that Asobo Studio is also a developer