Searching For The Disney collection Screen Saver

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  1. jpickyeater macrumors newbie

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    Hello Everyone I recently got into macintosh emulation because I remember a few games on it that
    I wanted to play for old times sake. The games I remembered were Kid Pix Studio,Mario Teaches Typing,Oregon Trail,and of course The Disney Collection Screen Saver(despite it not being a game,it
    still previded amusment like a game). I did not know at the start that it was called The Disney Collection Screen Saver infact all I remebered was donold painting the screen,captian hook being chased by a crocodile,and the brooms holding water buckets. I had to do a little research(please correct me if I am wrong).For Some odd reason When I attemped to look for any of the titles
    listed before,I come up with nothing so in the end I had ended up buying each of the CD-Roms for the games but after I bought the CDs I was out of money and at that time I found out the name of the screensaver but yet another problem was present I did not Have a floppy drive because I have a netbook(I use a USB CD-Rom). So I am looking for The Disney Collection Screen Saver for the macintosh system 7 in the form of a floppy disk image(s). I tried to search myself but after 70 search pages streight I got tired. So I was wondering If some one nice enough can give me a link to a download for the disk image(s). I have some of the software I mentioned above If you dont just want to give it away maybe we can trade Disc Images (I have a pc so Ill try to find a way to create a mac compatible format)

    Software on me...
    Oregon Trail Compact Disc Edition Version 1.1
    Mario Teaches Typing Enhanced CD-Rom
    Kid Pix Studio

    Because I bought these from an old apple shop some games came bundled with the titles I bought
    these were....

    Twister Moves
    Club Kidsoft Demo 50 Kids Sofware(volume 2 issue 4)
    Carmen sandiego Word Detective (LightDog,General Mills Edition)

    Software I found on the internet that was Hard to find(for me at least)

    Original Mario teaches typing
    after dark 2.0

    Many thanks for your efforts.... :)
     
  2. gkarris macrumors 604

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    Are you talking about The Disney Screensaver Module for After Dark???
     
  3. jpickyeater thread starter macrumors newbie

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    why yes,but I heard that its a standalone,so I assume that the modules them selves wont work without its own after dark engine
     
  4. gkarris macrumors 604

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    No, they are standalone. If you already have it installed, it will either update your After Dark or just add the module...

    I should know...

    (actually the Star Trek ones are cool too...)

    Here's some online info:

    http://www.answers.com/topic/the-disney-collection-screen-saver

    Follow the link to Amazon - people have NOS (New Old Stock) for sale...
     
  5. jpickyeater thread starter macrumors newbie

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    yeah but the disney ones were the only ones I remebered from a kid.

    are thay in floppy format? and yes I have after dark 2.0

    Edit:Even If I bought it,Those floppys are useless because I lack a Floppy drive,I,ve already found the floppys online but what I need is a CD-Rom or a direct download.
     
  6. gkarris macrumors 604

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    Sounds like from your post you are into Retroware.

    I would urge you to get a USB Floppy drive so you can invest in getting the originals with boxes and start a collection...

    They are cool to own and use!
     
  7. jpickyeater thread starter macrumors newbie

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    only the ones relivent to me :)

    by the way do you know what toaster module this is from,Because my toaster module does not have that cool theme to it
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Cm7tv5cM8g
     
  8. gkarris macrumors 604

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    No...

    Are you still looking for a disk image for the Disney?

    You may want to turn on your PM...

    ;)
     
  9. MacTech68, Mar 28, 2009
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    I had a collection of quite a few of the modules. For me, the funniest one was the Looney Tunes modules.

    For those interested, there's an OSX version of "Flying Toasters" (sans music).

    Scroll down the page here.
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  10. jpickyeater thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Yeah but no luck finding the download and as for the diskettes,Theres no auctions with the money order option hopfully I can find it on Ioffer one day,Theres A PM feature here? hmmm. I have to have a five post count... I guess I am just one away! :)

    EDIT:Nope I just got the feature just now :) I can now use PMs Also I just got the kid pix studio CD yesterday if anyone has intrest for that aswell.I,ll send a test message to You (gkarris) see if the PM works

    is sans music the same as the one in that video?
     
  11. MacTech68, Mar 28, 2009
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    No. It's a little different and "sans" is "without", so "without music". :)
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  12. jpickyeater thread starter macrumors newbie

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    oh I wanted music :( but I really I liked the one in the video because the music has a simuiler sound set as the game mario RPG(if you have played or heard of it)
     

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