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    Question help playing .isz files
    i have a game with the file ending in ".isz"
    how do i play this game? I read something about unziping this file into an iOS file, but all the applications i downloaded do seem to be able to do that
    please help me understand
    thanks

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    ISZ is a Zipped ISO Disk Image, and you should definitely NOT be getting any game in that format for any iOS device..

    Where did you get this file from?
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    i recieved it from a friend off of a flash drive who claimed it should work on my computer

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    opening .isz file for FREE on mac
    i already learned that a .isz file is a zipped ISO file, but i need to unzip it. i found that Toast is a great file unzipper for mac, but that it costs $80. i may have my information wrong, but if i am right, where can i download an application that will unzip this file for free?
    thanks

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    I think I'm going to have to agree with Razor as I can't come up with a legitimate scenario for this. This is not something we'll be helping you with here.

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    Toast unzips files? I've been using it for over a decade and can't find any documentation regarding this supposed ability at all. Why would a video conversion program unzip files?

    Macs have a built-in facility to unzip standard ZIP files, you just double-click the file. I don't know if it will recognize .isz files or not.

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