Simpsons Hit and Run

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Simpsons Hit and Run

Postby chivesR » 2018-12-23 @ 14:37

I would love to be able to play this game again, but it frustrates me i just can't. I have 3 CD files downloaded and mounted, which contain .bin and .cue files but that's all i have, there is no executable file (.exe or .bat) that i can find for the life of me, I am totally out of ideas, thanks in advance
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Re: Simpsons Hit and Run

Postby collector » 2018-12-23 @ 16:27

This board does not support abandonware downloads. Ask where you got them.
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Re: Simpsons Hit and Run

Postby Zup » 2018-12-23 @ 16:29

Also, AFAIK, The Simpsons Hit and Run is a Windows game, not a DOS one.
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Re: Simpsons Hit and Run

Postby collector » 2018-12-23 @ 16:34

Zup wrote:Also, AFAIK, The Simpsons Hit and Run is a Windows game, not a DOS one.

Yep, https://www.mobygames.com/game/simpsons-hit-run
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Re: Simpsons Hit and Run

Postby BeginnerGuy » 2018-12-23 @ 17:25

It is, however, a great game. I played it to death when it came out. Probably the most rage inducing game to complete to come along until Dark Souls :P
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Re: Simpsons Hit and Run

Postby eL_PuSHeR » 2018-12-24 @ 09:18

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