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Yellow Brick Road III: Harapeko Tsuki To Hoshi Atsume (ハラペコ月と星あつめ)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (554.21 MB)
MD5: 0c1ea2e729c376e2789c38a2319e9293
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (521.08 MB)
MD5: 8b1c03dd8a9a8f5cf77de767a5bc4239
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
This game works with: SheepShaver,

Third title in the Yellow Brick Road series by Synergy Inc. Compatible with Windows 95 and Macintosh. This part is adventure with puzzle minigames.
It's a sequel to Yellow Brick Road and Yellow Brick Road II based on Wizard of Oz novels was only released in Japan.
Includes packaging scans. Also includes files and scans for a "single version" and a scan of a Synergy catalog.

1. Hybrid Mac/PC images with audio tracks in ccd/cue/img format.
2. Single Version is one single minigame with hats and alot copies of same dance video optimized for different machines.

Architecture: PPC


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by Corak - 2018, June 10 - 3:15pm

Yes, I know it Laughing out loud
And I always convert such images to plain ISO/2048 if there are no Audiotracks.
Especially because i prefer to mount images directly with BasiliskII/Sheepshaver emulators just adding disk or cdrom cd.iso parameter, so dont need to use fat Toast burning utility.

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by mrdav - 2018, June 10 - 3:11pm

-->Good then)<---

However, we like to have .iso files if there is no audio tracks or other features that can only be captured by other methods such as bin/cue or ccd etc

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by Corak - 2018, June 10 - 3:10pm

Good then)
I too like UltraISO, but... I never recommend to use UltraISO on specific images as Mac HFS, because it never does 1:1 conversion (it surely will broke PCE or FM-Towns img) images and also replaces CD label and special CD data, so if game uses them for protection - you will not run the game and do just broken image.
UltraISO good ONLY for replacing FILES in PC iso images that are without some protection or replacing Files in FDD/HDD images, or for burning bootable cd/flash disc.

(Also about using IsoBuster, there is special blacklist protection. First you register it with banned key it will accept it, and will leave the working key in registry, when you restart the program - it will work too, but on start it will ban your key adding blacklisted parameter in registry.
So after next program start even it shows like you registred but special features like exporting files from Mac images will not work - it's a good test method if really registered.
I made a reg file with bat starter so it will work always removing the blacklisted parameted on start.

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by mrdav - 2018, June 10 - 2:17pm

You are right. When I select bin/cue in Toast and drag the .cue file into the Toast window it recognises the Clone CD files and allows me to burn a CD. So your Clone CD uploads are fine for Macintosh. I did not expect this. Well, I have learned something new. Thank you. So there is no need for me to upload bin/cue versions.

Regarding conversion...I normally try UltraISO first.

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by Corak - 2018, June 10 - 2:14pm

Thanks for the comment, but please notice in future - "Clone CD" .IMG images are identical to BIN (if they in MODE1/2352 LBA), so .CCD+SUB used just for indexing/mounting, and there is .CUE index format added for mounting legacy support, so conversion are not nessary.
Conversion nessary only if you planning MODE1/2048 LBA, mostly for plain ISO.
Same as toast=ISO and even identical to .BIN or .IMG format (if they in MODE1/2048 LBA blocking method), so conversion of them are not nessary too, maybe just extension renaming.
So the ONLY differences there are in indexing methods and LBA blocking of images.
You can of course reupload in cue/bin format if you wish)
BTW. What program do you use for conversion?
I personally recommend IsoBuster - it saves 100% original data copy.

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by mrdav - 2018, June 10 - 1:41pm

Thank you for the uploads. However, Clone CD images are not suitable for Macintosh. Since the CDs on this page are mixed mode with audio tracks please use bin/cue images because these can be used with Toast on a Mac to burn CDs.

I have converted your uploads to bin/cue and will upload them soon. However, please do this in the first instance in future so that conversion is not necessary.