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'''Aesop's Fables: The Tortoise and the Hare''' was an interactive storybook for children in the [[Living Books series]], created with the [[Mohawk]] Living Books player. The book is an interactive version of Aesop's fable of the same name.  A hare ridicules a slow moving tortoise and challenges him to a race.  As the story is read, the objects in the background are clickable.
'''Aesop's Fables: The Tortoise and the Hare''' was an interactive storybook for children in the [[Living Books series]], created with the [[Mohawk]] Living Books player. The book is an interactive version of Aesop's fable of the same name.  A hare ridicules a slow moving tortoise and challenges him to a race.  As the story is read, the objects in the background are clickable.
 
==Required data files==
For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the [https://docs.scummvm.org/en/latest/use_scummvm/game_files.html user documentation].
*The book outline file, which can have various different names:
**Windows v1: The .512 file, such as TORTOISE.512 or PAGES.512.
**Windows v2: The .LB file, such as GREEN.LB or GREEN32.LB (either is fine).
**Mac v1/v2: A text file named after the game, such as "The Tortoise and the Hare".
**Otherwise: OUTLINE, OUTLINE.TXT or BookOutline.
*The exe file or Mac application which goes with the outline.
*All the files listed in the book outline (which is a text file) - normally this is the whole DATA directory.
*SYSTEM.MHK (later v2/v3 games only).
''Note: Some Macintosh versions of games use file or folder names containing forward slashes. If your system does not allow this, ScummVM will still recognize the files if you change them to underscores. E.g. instead of '''EnR/O''', use '''EnR_O'''.''
==External links==
==External links==
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_Books Living Books on Wikipedia]
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_Books Living Books on Wikipedia]

Latest revision as of 23:52, 30 March 2021

Aesop's Fables: The Tortoise and the Hare
tortoise_dos_en_1_3.jpg
First release 1993
Also known as
Developed by Brøderbund
Published by Brøderbund
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms Windows 3.1
Resolution (unknown)
Engine Mohawk
Support Since ScummVM 1.3.0
Available for
Purchase
No

Aesop's Fables: The Tortoise and the Hare was an interactive storybook for children in the Living Books series, created with the Mohawk Living Books player. The book is an interactive version of Aesop's fable of the same name. A hare ridicules a slow moving tortoise and challenges him to a race. As the story is read, the objects in the background are clickable.

Required data files

For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the user documentation.

  • The book outline file, which can have various different names:
    • Windows v1: The .512 file, such as TORTOISE.512 or PAGES.512.
    • Windows v2: The .LB file, such as GREEN.LB or GREEN32.LB (either is fine).
    • Mac v1/v2: A text file named after the game, such as "The Tortoise and the Hare".
    • Otherwise: OUTLINE, OUTLINE.TXT or BookOutline.
  • The exe file or Mac application which goes with the outline.
  • All the files listed in the book outline (which is a text file) - normally this is the whole DATA directory.
  • SYSTEM.MHK (later v2/v3 games only).

Note: Some Macintosh versions of games use file or folder names containing forward slashes. If your system does not allow this, ScummVM will still recognize the files if you change them to underscores. E.g. instead of EnR/O, use EnR_O.

External links