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Tequila & Boom Boom

DOS - 1995

Alt names Tequila e Boom Boom, Tequila & Boom-Boom, Tequila and Boom Boom
Year 1995
Platform DOS
Released in Italy
Genre Adventure
Theme Puzzle elements, Western
Publisher Sacis
Developer Dynabyte
Dosbox support Supported on 0.72
4.36 / 5 - 11 votes

Description of Tequila & Boom Boom

If you haven't played Tequila & Boom Boom or want to try this adventure video game, download it now for free! Published in 1995 by Sacis, Tequila & Boom Boom is still a popular western title amongst retrogamers, with a whopping 4.4/5 rating.

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Life 2020-09-27 0 point

I use dosbox game launcher as a front end and it works.

XD24 2019-01-25 0 point

What the size....

Tadpole 2016-03-20 2 points

The actual disk image you want can be found inside the game's "cd " folder. The game won't run without it. Was it mounted properly? Also, read the DOSBox 0.74 Manual.txt for some helpful troubleshooting tips. The game runs fine in Windows. Sorry, but I can't help you with running DOSbox on fedora.

Trent 2016-01-22 0 point

I've tried many times to get this game to run in DOSbox (i'm running from fedora 23) and I initially had an issue where dos4gw.exe was missing. So i downloaded it from an archive. When I launch the tb bat, it immediately crashes. And because it wasn't build on scumm, I can't get it to run in SCUMMVM (of course). If anybody has recommendations, fixes, or an actual disk image for the CD-ROM, it would be greatly appreciated C:

Nickname 2015-03-22 -4 points DOS version

So, uh, what do we do after we download this? Did you just provide software without providing a means for it to actually, y'know, work?

tadpole 2014-03-28 1 point DOS version

To fix the save game feature try these DOSBox commands instead:

mount c c:\games\tequila
imgmount d c:\games\tequila\cd\tequila.cue -t cdrom

These commands only work if the "tequila" folder from the download is put into C:\games (Create a folder called games on C: if necessary)

tadpole 2014-03-28 0 point DOS version

In my previous post about how to get the game to work, I forgot to mention that the save game feature doesn't work. I will post a fix for it if I ever figure it out.

tadpole 2014-03-28 1 point DOS version

The TB.BAT file is what starts the game, but you have to use DOSBox and it's imgmount function to run it. For instance, if the "tequila" folder from the download is located in C:\games, when DOSBox starts you would type:

mount c c:\games\tequila\west
imgmount d c:\games\tequila\cd\tequila.cue -t cdrom

(Be sure to hit the Enter key after each line) and it should run fine.

rich 2013-11-25 1 point DOS version

theres no .exe and doesn't appear to work in scummVM , has anybody managed to get this working?

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