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Hi All,

In 1996 and 1997 I was in kindergarden. We had maciontosh computers. There was this game that was SO freaking addictive and fun. I always remember wanting to play it 24/7.

Anyways, Ill get to the point. I NEED HELP FINDING IT

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I remember being inside of a house, almost as if it was cut in half, able to see all the floors. You could see the pipes, ventilation system, and all the appliances. You could adjust the temperature of the house, the water, but I do remember there were tasks. You could also go to this cafe and you like would have to make stuff as people would come in. I have a hard time remembering if it was animals instead of people or people instead of animals, but I'm leaning more towards wolves or something.. it was strange! But it was a popular kids game. I remember there was a town and you look down at the town like your in an airplane and click on different buildings to go to different things... and you like go inside of them and do little activities and tasks.

If you remember this game let me know!!
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In 1996 and 1997 I was in kindergarden. We had maciontosh computers. There was this game that was SO freaking addictive and fun. I always remember wanting to play it 24/7.
HELLO! If you were in kindergarden in 1996/1997 (means that you're probably about 18-19 years old now)...right?

Do you REALLY think that a computer game that you found "SO freaking addictive and fun" at age 5 will still seem "SO freaking addictive and fun" now that you're 18-19 years old???

I'm sure you would agree that there's a BIG BIG difference between what a 5 year-old & an 18 year-old thinks is..."SO freaking addictive and fun"!

Just something to consider.

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And doubt very much if an OS 7 game would run on a late model OS X machine.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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surely he could run it on sheepshaver?

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