Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? (Deluxe Edition)
DOS - 1992
Description of Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? (Deluxe Edition)
Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? (Deluxe Edition) (aka カルメン・サンディエゴを探せ! -世界編-), a really nice educational game sold in 1992 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Time to play a detective / mystery and geography video game title.
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Comments and reviews
QD 2020-06-16 0 point
Getting 404 Error for downloading. Guess the game's not available at this place anymore.
Jeff 2020-03-14 0 point
How do I run the setup in Boxer? It asks me for floppy disks. I know I can run it as-as, but I want to get Roland MT-32 for my music to work, and not the awful PC speaker music.
me 2020-02-15 -5 points
this does not work
you people need to hire someone who knows how to make this work and be more easy for us. 1 hour in on this and no luck not coming back bye,
timoteo 2018-03-14 0 point
i really enjoy this game it makes you think and i am so glad i found it on the internet because i do not know where i could buy it
Megs 2017-02-20 2 points
Does anyone know of a version with the music?! Best part of the game!! I had the CD rom at one point but lost it. It has sound and voice, but no music.
Ranju 2016-01-11 -38 points
This game simply sucks..I wonder why such a high rating? Just coz itz educational ?? All you do is the same thing over and over again,except the clues vary .The clues are a lot dificult too!Despite having walkthrough guide,it needs you to Google some aliem sounding place or ruler's name to find which place to go next. How moronic.I only playef it because of good reviews. Buy they are too much for it..This is my first ever harsh review which i usually don't.... Disappointed :( Note:I pasted the same review for non deluxe version too .)
SJBogan 2015-10-23 3 points
Any games made before 1994 MUST be run through a dos emulator, such as DosBox. If you run manually through Dosbox, in order to save yourself from having to mount the drive every time, just click and drag your game FOLDER over the top of the DosBox icon and release. DosBox will open up to THAT game folder, already mounted and ready to go. At the command prompt, type in the name of the .exe file to start the game. If you do not know what the name of the .exe file is, type "dir/p" at the prompt to pull up a directory list, showing all the files in the game folder, and look for files ending with ".exe".
Or, if you don't want to go through all of those steps, look for a program that works with DosBox, such as Defend Reloaded, which you can add games to in order to organize them in a list, in the form of clickable icons.
anouke 2014-07-21 0 point DOS version
"here are the details of your new case...."
Awesome. Runs perfectly on dosbox.
rapha 2013-05-21 -5 points DOS version
awful didnt get no game dont download realy dont!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
merlin 2012-10-08 3 points DOS version
This ran on my Win7 64bit using DosBox
Extract zip then run DosBox if you have extracted it in c:\carmen
inside DosBox type mount c c:\carmen
then type c:
then go inside the directory where carmen.exe is located
then type carmen
then it should tun
Kyle 2012-10-08 1 point DOS version
We have it on a real Win 98 and can play it but no sound.
Dad and I think it is looking for a non existent SB16 card because if you click on *Mute* the computer crashes to where you have to do a soft reset.
James 2012-07-25 1 point DOS version
So glad I have my windows 98 laptop in functioning condition. Just bought a copy on amazon.com with the CD tracks
paperbrain 2012-07-18 0 point DOS version
Note to all people with any version of Windows 98 and above. This must be played on a Dos Emulator if you have 32 or 64 bit Windows. In fact, this is true of ALL games made before 1994. DosBox is the best Dos Emulator for Windows IMHO, and it now has Vista and Windows 7 support in the newest version.
paperbrain 2012-05-31 0 point DOS version
Just to correct myself yet again. There were two previous versions of this game. The first one was CGA,not EGA, and the Enhanced Version was VGA. this version is SVGA like I said before. I have owned all three versions (not to mention the NES version) at one time or another, and I couldn't keep them apart in my head.
lawso26 2011-12-03 0 point DOS version
Tried to download i also run 64 bit windows 7 but it will not open even clicking on setup it still says it is not compatible for 64 bit windows.???
amy in Oz 2011-11-13 0 point DOS version
I just downloaded this onto a laptop running Windows 7 and it can't open any of the .exe files because it says "The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you are running. Check your computer's system information to see whether you need an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, then contact your software publisher." Anything I can do to help this? Or am i not able to find Carmen on this computer?
admin 2011-08-17 0 point DOS version
@affinity, you can run the setup first if your sound doesn't work. I tested it on Boxer and it works perfectly.
affinity 2011-08-16 1 point DOS version
I just downloaded this file, because I loved this game way back when, but the music and voice isn't working (only the sounds that used to be handled by the internal speaker work). Is there something special I need to do to get it working?
paperbrain 2011-05-25 0 point DOS version
Just to correct myself, I just downloaded the original, and it was EGA. and this version is VGA rather then VGA and SVGA like I said before.The rest of my post is correct however.
paperbrain 2011-04-28 0 point DOS version
I forgot to mention that there is an NES port of this game floating around somewhere. I used to own it 20 years ago. At the time, my computer was an old monochrome 8088 which I used primarily for school, so I played all my games on my NES.
paperbrain 2011-04-28 0 point DOS version
Arguably the best non-puzzle educational game out there, it is both informative and fun to play. Part of what makes it so fun is the humor involved, because it is styled as a parody of the cheesy detective movies of the 1930's. Any parent playing this with their child will have as much fun as the child does. There was an educational television show based on it as well. The Deluxe Edition was just the original with slightly better(SVGA instead of VGA)graphics, with an atlas and world almanack included in the box. In my opinion, it was more fun than the enhanced version.
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