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Ultimate Aussie Maths Invaders is an Australian educational game about mathematics, designed as a simple Space Invaders-style arcade shooter. You must type in and shoot the correct answers at a series of slowly-descending maths questions. Developed and published by EdAlive in 2004, Ultimate Aussie Maths Invaders is aimed at students aged 4-15, and features ten levels with subjects ranging from basic counting, addition and subtraction to multiplication tables, fractions, power and roots.
Ultimate-Maths-Invader-B779.sit (60.52 MiB / 63.45 MB)
Compressed (.SIT) ISO file / compressed w/ Stuffit
Ultimate-Maths-Invaders.toast (106.75 MiB / 111.94 MB)
Uncompressed ISO (Toast) file / Toast image
To run this game, extract the ISO using Stuffit Expander (or your preferred extraction program), then mount the ISO in Toast.
Or you can download the ISO itself and open that file in Toast from the start.
The disc image contains both the Classic and OS X versions. The game will run on Mac OS 8.6 onwards, and will run natively in Mac OS X or within the Classic Environment.
The game case claims that the game is also Windows-compatible (Windows 95), but the CD-ROM I found only contains the Mac version.
(These files were loaded, tested and compressed using my trusty Lombard G3 Powerbook running Mac OS 9.2.2)
Emulating this? It should run fine under: QEMU